How to Make Oat Flour
By Yvonne Feld of Tried and Tasty
Have you ever used oat flour in your recipes? It’s perfect for making everything from muffins to pancakes, crepes and waffles, cookies to brownies, breads, and more. Plus, oat flour is gluten-free, particularly affordable, and easy to make in 30 seconds or less.
When I’m at my local health food store I always stock up on bulk nuts, seeds, wheat berries, and rolled oats—all organic and all reasonably priced. I paid only $0.98 per pound for organic certified gluten-free rolled oats! With a bit of preparation and research, eating healthy doesn't have to break the bank.
A couple of years ago I began eliminating white flour, white sugar, and processed foods from my diet, substituting them with more nutritious ingredients to improve the way I feel. Over the course of a couple of years, with hard work and dedication, I was able to lose over 40 lbs! If you want to embark on your own health journey, making your own oat flour is a great place to start.
Blendtec Oat Flour
2 cups rolled oats (certified organic recommended)
Put the oats in your Blendtec and blend on high speed until it achieves a fine consistency (usually between 20-30 seconds). Adjust speed and time as needed.
About the Author When she’s not at work or spending time with family or friends, chances are you’ll find Yvonne in the kitchen wearing an apron and a smile. Her passion for cooking and baking is endless and her appetite for trying out new and tasty recipes is unquenchable! In fact, that’s why the name of her recipe website is TriedandTasty.com. Yvonne slices, dices, and sautés her way through an abundance of new recipes on a regular basis and delivers only the best to her site’s treasured visitors.
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thanks for sharing gluten free oats recipe.Guidance for prepring Oats flour
You can use oat flour in place of wheat flour; however, you may need to add a bit more oat flour than, depending on the recipe. You can use this grinding grains guide to help you out as well.
Do you use the oat flour the same as wheat flour, i.e., 1 c wheat flour = 1 cup ground oat flour?
Love the gluten-free recipes. Especially the making your own flour
AND The ICE CREAM recipes. Thank you.
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