Drop the first 9 ingredients in a bread machine. I find it easier to put the pan on a scale and adding the honey by weight instead of trying to measure it, which is a sticky business.
Set the machine on "dough" or "leavened dough".
Add the yeast according to your manufacturers directions. If your machine has a yeast compartment, use that. If not, wait until everything is partially mixed, then sprinkle in the yeast for the best results.
Go do something else until the dough is ready, about an hour and a half or so.
Grease two mini loaf pans. (You could also bake this as a single standard sized loaf, but the smaller ones are more fun and versatile.)
Divide the dough carefully into two equal parts. (The scale again shows it's usefulness.) Shape the pieces to evenly fill the pans.
With the dough in the pans, sprinkle the top with flakes of oatmeal.
Cover the pans with oiled plastic wrap and set them somewhere warm to rise. Probably another hour.
Remove the plastic and pop them in a preheated 350 F oven to bake.