My No Knead Oatmeal Bread Is Nutritious and Extra Delicious

no knead oatmeal batter bread sliced

Those that may be intimidated by baking breads with yeast need not fear failing when you make a batter bread like my delicious, no knead oatmeal bread, which is my second entry for the Stevia Recipe Challenge that I was invited to participate in. This recipe doesn’t require kneading like typical yeast bread and grows straight in a pan before baking. Yet, I am skipping how much extra protein and nut-like flavor this tender bread has that makes it perfect to serve alongside any meal or for breakfast topped with cream cheese or some jam.  This bread doesn’t have that much sweetener, but it almost reminds me more of a dessert than a bread with a cake-like texture.

KetoseSweet+ for Oatmeal Batter Bread
This is the KetoseSweet+ clean natural sweetener that I used when making this yummy bread.

You can make my oatmeal batter bread plain and it still has that wonderful nut-like flavor in this bread. However, if you have walnuts or pecans and want to intensify that nutty flavor and protein count, then add one and a fourth cups of chopped nuts. I do that on occasion, especially near the holidays when I have out-of-town guests for something special to treat them with.

no knead oatmeal batter bread in pan

I also altered my original recipe when I tried it with KetoseSweet+ Clean Natural Sweetener with stevia and monk fruit and adjusted the amount of the allulose accordingly.

**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated through a free product (s) and/or monetary payment. Opinions are solely mine. **

This switch from regular sugar to allulose that comes from fruits such as figs, dates, raisins, etc. is a wiser choice for those needing to control their sugar and calorie intake since it is low-glycemic and just one calorie per teaspoon. You can learn more about KetoseSweet+ and other products by Steviva by checking out Steviva’s website and following them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest! #stevia,  #sweetandeasy

If you missed my first entry with my Crock-Pot Apples and Rice Dessert in this Stevia Recipe Challenge, I hope you check it out.

no knead oatmeal batter bread loaf

My No Knead Oatmeal Bread

No Knead Oatmeal Bread

My no knead oatmeal bread is a tender, protein-rich yeast bread that doesn’t require kneading with a nutty taste.

Course: Breads, snacks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: bread recipes, no knead oatmeal bread, Oatmeal Batter Bread
Author: Mary Balandiat
  • 1-1/2 cups boiling water
  • ½ cups of canola oil
  • ½ cups of KetoseSweet+ With Stevia & Monk Fruit
  • 2 teaspoons of salt
  • 2 packages 2 tablespoons of active dry yeast
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 2 cups of quick oats
  • 5-1/2 cups to 6-1/2 cups of sifted flour
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1-1/4 cups of chopped walnuts or pecans optional
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
Put your water on to boil first. In a large measuring cup or bowl, proof your yeast in the warm, but not hot water that has the one teaspoon of sugar. Give it a few minutes to start bubbling. Add the sifted flour, KetoseSweet+, salt, to the yeast mixture before slowly adding the boiling water, mixing as you pour. Add the eggs, one at a time and continue mixing and pouring, then the oats, more flour and nuts if using until all the ingredients are incorporated. What you are mixing should form a stiff batter. Don’t overdo the flour, but keep what is in your bowl having that sticky and stiff consistency. Place your batter into a fresh, large greased bowl and cover. Grow this batter bread in a warm spot for about 1-1/2 hours or until double in size. When your batter bread grows to this height, you grease two loaf pans that are 9" x 5" and divide the batter into them. Let your loaves grow in a warm place for about 45 more minutes before baking in a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes, depending on how your oven is regulated. The crust will be golden brown. After baking, leave the loaves in the pan for about five minutes before attempting to remove. Cool for about an hour before slicing to better keep this tender bread from breaking apart. ENJOY!


  1. tat2gurlzrock
    November 15, 2018 / 1:57 pm

    I love the smell of freshly baked bread. This sounds delicious!

  2. ellen beck
    November 15, 2018 / 9:07 pm

    This looks nice and hearty. I have to admit as Thanksgiving comes near thinking after the bread and urkey are done at dinner, this would lend itself well to a great turkey sandwich!

  3. Lynne B
    November 16, 2018 / 11:18 am

    That bread looks so light and fluffy, which is awesome for an oatmeal bread. Pinning so that I can try it.

  4. Alicia Hewitt
    November 27, 2018 / 11:55 am

    This looks delicious! I’m not feeling well today and wish I was nibbling on this. Maybe I can get my fiance to make it for me.Thank you for sharing!

    • nuts4stuff
      November 27, 2018 / 12:43 pm

      Thanks so much. I hope that you feel better soon.

  5. Susan Marina Brown Lane
    December 3, 2018 / 8:09 pm

    This looks really good. I plan to try to make it. Thanks!

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