Sometimes you get caught between eating little and starve, or eating “enough” and mess your fitness goals.
Now you have a third choice. With this oatmeal bread, you can’t go wrong. Get full and satisfied and do not compromise on that summer body you are always working so hard for.
An entire oatmeal bread loaf contains 1800 cal. It should last you a week or so if you include it in your breakfast on a regular basis.
But there is more to that oatmeal bread
The loaf includes 75g protein, only 300g carb and 12 g fiber.
Needless to say, the majority of that carb is coming from oats, hence, good carb.
You can always pump this up easily by including nutritious chia seeds or nuts of your choice.
- 2 cups oats flour
- 1 cup regular flour of choice
- 1 up of oats of choice
- 1 tsp yeast
- 1/2 cup boiling water
- 1 cup skimmed milk
- 1 tsp honey (optional)
- Mix oats flour, regular flour, yeast and oats.
- In a separate container, mix the boiling water with honey. Then add the milk and stir.
- Add the milk mixture to the flour mixture and mix very well.
- Move the dough to an oiled glass container, cover it and place it in a recently turned off oven. Leave it there for about one hour.
- Get the dough out of the oven and start kneading for a few minutes till the dough is fluffy and nice.
- Spread the dough on a loaf baking pan and place it in a high-heat oven for 30 minutes.
- After 30 minutes in the oven, flip the loaf and keep in oven for 10 more minutes. Don’t turn the oven off.
Wait till it cools down before cutting it, preferably after an hour or so.
Remember, this is an oatmeal bread, it’s not your average bread loaf that is going to be easy to handle and cut.
Having said that, always treat your oatmeal bread loaf with care and diligence while cutting and serving.