Cranberry-Walnut Oat Bread

Chewy, crunchy, and unbelievably satisfying, this awesome oat bread might just become your new favorite. It’s amazing toasted!

Oat bread

Baking with yeast makes my knees shake a little. For me, it is always hit or miss. I’m working on it. I WILL NOT LET YEAST DEFEAT ME. I won’t! It’s totally doable, and if you’re in the same boat as me (nervous Nelly), have confidence! We can do this!

Regardless of my ongoing battle with the stuff, when Red Star Yeast contacted me about their new product, Red Star Yeast Platinum Superior Baking Yeast–a yeast they call “forgiving” and “simple to use” I was alllll about it. They promised it would give me “professional results EVERY time.” And let me tell you–this oat bread with cranberries and walnuts tastes like something out of one of your favorite bakeries. They added dough improvers to make your bread turn out even more perfectly. They recommend it especially for whole grain dough which is fantastic because I prefer to make whole-grain breads any time possible. There is also helpful information on their website about how to use the yeast and lots of great recipes to get you started!

Let’s just say I’m sold.

Cranberry-Walnut Oat Bread

Chewy, crunchy, and unbelievably satisfying, this awesome oat bread might just become your new favorite. It’s amazing toasted!

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Ingredients:

  • 2 and 1/4 teaspoons Red Star Yeast Platinum Superior Baking Yeast
  • 3 cups bread flour
  • 1 cup old-fashioned oats
  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons water
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable or canola oil
  • 1/3 cup pure maple syrup
  • 1 cup chopped walnuts
  • 1 cup dried cranberries

Directions:

  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine Platinum yeast, one cup flour, oats, cinnamon and salt.
  2. In a large measuring cup (or small bowl), combine water, oil and syrup. Heat to 120-130 degrees F (I did this in the microwave!).
  3. Add liquid ingredients to the dry mixture in the mixing bowl. Using paddle attachment, beat on medium speed for 4 minutes.
  4. Gradually add in the remaining flour and knead with dough hook 5-7 minutes or until smooth and elastic. Add in the walnuts and cranberries and knead gently by hand until combined.
  5. Place dough in a lightly oiled bowl, turned to grease the entire dough ball. Cover and let rise until dough tests ripe. (Read here to learn what that means if you don’t know.)
  6. Place dough on lightly floured surface and punch down to remove air bubbles. Form into a (approximately) 14 x 7-inch rectangle. Starting with the short side, roll up tightly to form a roll. Pinch edges and ends to seal. Place in a greased 9 x 5-inch loaf pan. Cover with a clean towel and let rise until indentation remains after touching.
  7. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Unless your dough is rising in the oven. Then wait.
  8. Bake at 375 degrees F for 30-40 minutes. Remove from pan and let cool before slicing.

Adapted from Red Star Yeast

All images and text ©Rachel Cooks.

Oh…and that goodness that is spread on the oat bread? It’s a phenomenal cranberry butter that complements this bread perfectly. It has cinnamon and honey and it’s just incredible.

Verdict: Best bread I’ve ever made. Seriously! Tasted amazing toasted, it really brings out the flavor of the walnuts.
Husband’s take: Not the biggest fan of dried cranberries but he loved this bread and ate it every day until it was gone! He adores homemade bread.
Changes I would make: None!
Difficulty: If I can do it, you can do it.

 

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Red Star Yeast but all opinions, as always, are 100% my own.

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527 comments

  1. Hello, can you provide the ingredients in weight (ounces or grams)?

  2. I made this bread in my early days of breadmaking, and now four years later I’m still making it! It’s so good. Thanks for sharing this!

    Rating: 5
  3. I’m making this bread for the 2nd time, delicious! Also with a smear of orange marmalade!

    Rating: 5
  4. Can this be made in my bread machine? I got a new one for my birthday and am looking for good recipes….

    Thanks

  5. Hello, can I substitute the maple syrup for something else? I can’t find it here where I live. Thanks

  6. Well, I made it. It has to be one of the best bread recipes I’ve ever come across. My wife and I absolutely love it. I’m inclined to make a loaf every weekend because it goes fast. But she insists I go easy because we’re both a tad plump as it is. Making a second loaf today. Dont be afraid to let it bake until the crust turns a nice brown. I decided to sprinkle a touch more water as I kneaded it because the dough seemed I little stiff. And I used honey instead of maple syrup. And diluted with water to match the volume and consistency. It turned out perfect. Throwing in some blueberry and raisins with the cranberries this time. Cant wait. Thank you so much for the recipe and easy instructions.

  7. Is that baking yeast different than regular bread yeast? I have a jar of yeast that I use for making regular wheat bread but not sure if that will work for this recipe. (Can you tell I’m new to making my own bread?) :)

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  9. I just saw this on the platinum red star yeast site-looks very very good and I plan on making it asap. I just bought some of that yeast.
    AND I see a lot of people commented on it – mostly saying they are following you- not sure they actually baked it. Or they are looking for free give aways?
    BUT I have to say that recipe is badly written.
    Sorry.
    its just so hard to follow.
    The ingredients are not in order of how they are used so you have to keep looking back and forth to follow it. Then double check to make sure you have not missed anything. Sorry to be a crab, but I have edited some cookbooks and this recipe looks like a winner.

    • You’re right! :) It was in my earlier days of recipe developing and I’ve learned a lot since then. Just haven’t had a chance to make it through all my recipes to edit. I’ll edit this one right now though! :)

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  11. Hi, just wanted to let you know that this has become a staple in our house…I was looking for a bread with oats and walnuts and happened upon this page somehow–I make this probably every two weeks now! Thanks so much!
    –your newest fan.

  12. Hi, someone is using your recipe to redirect traffic to their site via Pinterest. Just thought you might like to know. Here’s the Pinterest “hook”

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  13. This bread came out GREAT! Thanks for recipe. Husband said it tasted like his favorite Whole Foods Bread. I’m a bread-baking star today at my house :-)

  14. Rachel, what would be the best way to wrap, package, give as a gift? plastic or paper bag for the bread and I love the sealed containers for the butter, but I’m looking for something a lil cheaper…. I’m making about 8 loaves as gifts, any ideas or help is greatly appreciated! Thanks for an awesome recipe, Merry Christmas.

    Monique

    • I would let the bread cool completely and then wrap in plastic, unless it is going to be given/consumed the same day, then go for paper. Or do paper and tell them to put it in a plastic bag if they aren’t planning on eating it the same day. I’d say the cheapest thing for the butter would be to make little logs of it in parchment or wax paper, roll it up and tie the ends with some cute ribbon, and then chill it well. So fun that you’re using this for gift giving! Hope everyone loves it! Merry Christmas!

  15. I love baking with yeast and making bread. It looks like yours turned out perfectly. Cranberry pecan bread is one of my favorites, but I bet it’s great with walnuts, and oats sound like such a nice addition.

  16. I snagged several packets of that yeast when I entered the fair this year (they always offer free Red Star yeast to those entering the baking competitions) and have used it a couple times and I love it too! But I still haven’t located it in stores. I hope we get it soon b/c I’m sold on it. Speaking of which, I’m totally sold on this bread! So pretty! I bet chicken salad sandwiches would be amazing on this too.

  17. Mmmm The Cranberry walnut oat bread looks fantastic!

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  24. That Cranberry Walnut Oat bread looks yummy. I might have to try that! Also pizza. and maybe some cinnamon rolls!

  25. Would love to make the bread from recipe here :sounds delicious!

  26. I would make this for sure! Sounds almost identical to the bread we loved from our local supermarket, Price Chopper, but the y discontnued it suddenly almost two months ago and we cant find a good replacement anywhere! Cant wait to try this!

  27. So many ideas, but first would be a English muffin bread I pinned, or maybe pizza dough because it’s such a big hit in our house,

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  35. Can’t wait to try the cranberry and walnut oat bread. Looks YUMMY!!

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  42. (My computer had a freak out moment, so I apologize if this is a duplicate entry). I would make loaves of bread so I could stop purchasing the store bought loaves found in the bread isle. I actually plan to do this soon as homemade, fresh bread is tastier/healthier than the stuff bought at stores.

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  74. I would bake outside my comfort zone and try more fruit breads. I’m currently stuck in a whole wheat sandwich bread rut.

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  79. I would try that cranberry bread. Sounds delish! :p

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  142. This bread looks so good! I think I would make yeasty pumpkin waffles because they’d be so very seasonally appropriate!

  143. I would love to make my homemade cinnamon raisin rolls with Red Star Platinum Yeast.

  144. I would definitely try making this bread, plus I have a challah recipe I sometimes make.

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  149. Oh my gosh, that cranberry bread looks amazing!

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  174. I would bake my mother’s country crust cinnamon bread although your bread looks wonderful too.

  175. I’d make my great grandmothers’ recipe for schnecken

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  203. i would try this recipe, and also try it with added orange zest and juice, because orange and cranberry go so well together. but i also bake alot of my own bread especially around the holiday’s and every other year i take the kids and now grand kids out to harvest wheat to make a loaf of honey wheat bread from SCRATCH, yes we also get the honey from a fresh comb out of a friend’s hive (thinking of starting my own hive). anyway, hope i win both prizes, i could really use them. r.lisa

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  210. Cinnamon rolls for sure.

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  221. This bread looks divine, I would really like to try making this! I love baking french bread and fresh loaves of white bread this time of year (we’re in WV, and it is getting chilly!) to have with batches of homemade soup, Delicious!!!

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  236. I would bake this bread, it looks fabulous with a nice crusty crust yum!!!!

  237. You have so many yummy recipes but of course this looks great and I love cranberries.

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  258. I would bake the famous No-knead bread from the nytimes.

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  260. I would definitely bake your Cranberry_walnut Oatmeal bread with the Red Star Yeast. Looks delicious.

  261. Great looking bread! Think I would like to try it with dried blueberries and some grated lemon rind! Maybe if I win this, I will also overcome my fear of yeast baking!

  262. You’ve convinced me to try it. I’m so scared of yeast and baking. This bread looks fantastic!

  263. Your bread is beautiful – it turned out so well!!!

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  287. For starters……I’d bake this bread. And then cinnamon buns. Naturally. ;)
    cathy

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  324. I’d make my mother-in-law’s recipe for sandwich bread. My fiance can’t stop asking me to try and make it!

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  329. I would make my pizza crust.

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  337. I’d use the yeast to make pizza dough!

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  341. Ooooh, I would make my grandmother’s yeast rolls! I need to start practicing for Thanksgiving! ;)

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  345. Pizza dough, pumpkin cinnamon rolls, cornmeal yeasted rolls…the list goes on :)

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  347. I would make pizza!!!! and bread… and cinnamon rolls… !!!

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  350. I would make pizza dough.

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  357. Cinnamon Rolls, Christmas Breads, and my Hungarian yeast torte.

  358. Your bread looks perfect! What would I make, probably some wheat bread. I have a recipe I really want to try, but haven’t don it yet.

  359. I also just figured out RSS Feeds…so I subscribed to yours as well!

  360. I follow Rachel Cooks on Pinterest!

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  363. I would make this bread…when I can get some Red Star Platinum! I’d actually be holed up in my kitchen making EVERY kind of bread!

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  366. I would make this bread ! Looks amazing…

  367. I “like” Red Star Yeast on Facebook.

  368. I’m following Red Star Yeast on Twitter.

  369. I’m already following @rachelcooksblog on Twitter.

  370. I already “like” you on Facebook.

  371. Ugh, I want to win this!!!! I’m so terrible with yeast! I’d probably make, um…. bread. :)

  372. I Tweeted about this giveaway: “Win a VIP package of #RedStarPLATINUM from @rachelcooksblog & @RedStarYeast! Enter to win! http://wp.me/p1AwA6-1gf”
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  382. I’d make artisan bread

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  390. I would make bread, I have bread recipes from around the world. We love our bread.
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  394. I’d make cinnamon rolls

  395. Added your RSS feed to my blog reader :)

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  398. This bread looks amazing. I think I would try baking it since I have most of the ingredients on hand

  399. I would make either a sourdough bread or chocolate chip loaf.. hmm, decisions decisions?

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  401. I would make this bread! Sounds SO delicious!

  402. I am going to try this recipe. I grind my own grain and have the winter white wheat.

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  408. If only I had that Red Star Platinum yeast right now, this would be the first thing I made (although I’m thinking that old whole wheat recipe that tasted so good but was *very* heavy will be an excellent use of it). TTFN–I’m on my way out the door to buy dried cranberries. A couple of slices of this bread and a pot of tea sound perfect for a grey, rainy day!

  409. I subscribed to your RSS feed, can’t wait to see all the yummy things that pop up.

  410. I would bake some pumpkin sweet rolls. I love everything pumpkin, it’s why fall is my favorite time of year.

  411. I can’t wait to hear about that spread! And the first thing I would make would be a pumpkin yeast bread. Mmmm. :)

  412. I’ve recently started baking with yeast and have some ups and downs for sure. I’m with you, I won’t be beaten by yeast! I keep trying and keep learning. But I must say, yeast that makes it easier to be successful, um yea I’m all for that! Your bread looks amazing and it is right up my flavor alley so it will be on its way into my oven soon!

  413. And of course, I had already “liked” Red Star Yeast on Facebook! That’s how I found you!

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  420. I would make this bread! It sounds perfect for me and looks amazing!

  421. What wouldn’t I make with Red Star Yeast? I’d probably start with a good sandwich roll.

  422. I AM making this bread! As soon as I can get some Red Star Platinum! Cranberries?!? Yes. Please.

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  424. Now that its cold enough to turn on my oven, I believe I would start with your Cranberry-Walnut Oat Bread. This looks so good

  425. I would make yeasty rolls…yummy!!!!

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  427. This recipe sounds awesome! I would try this, but I also make other types of bread at this time of year!

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  432. would like to get my husband to make some more of his homemade kolaches. hes a chec so he makes the real fruit ones.

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  434. I would make our own healthy buns for sandwiches

  435. I follow Red Star Yeast on facebook

  436. If I won I would have to make this Cranberry Walnut bread. It looks SO GOOD!

  437. I have been trying homemade white bread lately and would love to try this yeast! The cranberry bread looks amazing! Now following!

  438. This bread looks so yummy! I think this would be the first thing I would make with Red Star Platinum.

  439. I think the first thing I would do is make this bread! It looks so yummy :)

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  443. I would definitely make that bread! serious YUM. And I have only done it once but I made really good dinner rolls for Thanksgiving last year. I might try that again.

  444. This bread looks mouth-wateringly delicious!

  445. The first thing I would make is the english muffin bread over on the Eat, Love, Run blog! It’s actually kind of sad how many bread and baked donut recipes I have bookmarked, because I’ve never attempted any of them. You could say I’m scared. But given the right ingredients, of course I’ll give them a shot! :)

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  451. I would make this bread. I’ve been looking for a cranberry walnut bread recipe. Thanks!

  452. I’ve “liked” Red Star Yeast on Facebook

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  455. I would bake that Cranberry oat bread you made….it looks delicious!

  456. I tweeted about the giveaway @sarabear73

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  463. I would make some brioche bread. I love that stuff!

  464. I would make cinnamon rolls, the cooler mornings just call out for them!

  465. What a perfect bread for this time of year. I love it when someone says, “this was delicious!” Now I can’t wait to try it.

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