DIY Oat Flour

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You will come across a lot of oat flour in my recipes.  It’s one of my favorite flours to use for gluten free baking as it is nice and dense, but still soft, and lends a subtle sweetness to baked goods.  I usually use it in combination with almond flour or by itself, depending on what texture I’m going for.  

Because it’s a whole grain, oats are protein packed and full of fiber.  If you do as much baking as I do for your family, it’s a great plus to have so much nutrition packed in.  

Best part?  It’s a breeze whip up in seconds in your kitchen!

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DIY Oat Flour
Oat Flour DIY

Did you know you can make your own oat flour at home?  It is incredibly fast and easy, requiring only one ingredient and a blender or food processor.  Once I started making my own oat flour I never looked back.  

Here are some of my favorite recipes to get your started.  As you can probably guess, there are lots more to come!

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DIY Oat Flour

There's no need to spend your money on oat flour, it only takes one ingredient and three minutes to make at home.
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: baking, flour, gluten free, oat
Yield: 6 servings
Cost: $2


  • High speed blender or Food Processor


  • 1.5 cups Old fashioned rolled oats


  • Put your oats into your blender or food processor and blend, scraping sides as needed, for 15-30 seconds.
  • A fine, powdery flour will form and when it does, you are done!

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