Friday, 22 November 2013

Back of the Bag Oatmeal Rolls

Back of the Bag Oatmeal Rolls 

It is been quite sometime that I did some baking. So I decided to bake something. I had got a new Bread loaf Mould so wanted to make a Bread. With the recipe I was able to bake a Big Loaf of Bread and 4 rolls. This recipe has loads of Oats too. I got his recipe from kingarthurflour.


Yeast - 2 teaspoon
Warm Milk - 11/4 Cup (Not hot, just warm)
Maida/All Purpose Flour - 3 Cups
Rolled Oats - 1 Cup
Unsalted Butter - 2 Tablespoon
Honey - 3 Tablespoon
Salt - 1 1/2 Teaspoon
Sugar - 1/2 Teaspoon
Oats - For Sprinkling on the top


In a bow, add the warm milk,salt and sugar and mix well. To this add the Yeast and allow it to rest for 5 minutes or till the yeast rises.

To this add Honey, Butter,oats,Maida and knead into a soft dough. Let it rest for 1 hour or it is doubled.

Now, take it to a greased surface, punch the dough down and knead it.

Roll it into a log or ball and place it in a greased loaf mould or in Baking tray.

Allow it to rest for 1 hour or till it doubles.

Pre heat the oven at 180C in the bake mode.

Slightly brush the surface of the loaf or Bun with some milk or water. Add some oats on the top.

Bake it at 180 C 20 minutes.

If you are making Bread, cut the loaf into slices when the loaf has completely cooled down.

You can toast this or have it with Jam and Butter. 


  1. I think I should look for a house in ur neighbourhood...whenever u try a dish i can join to be a help at least to taste and tell that its good....