Oat Flour Recipes
If you like the flavor of oats, you will enjoy this. Oat flour is just oatmeal ground into flour. As a result the bread can be a little more chewy than others. You can't use a lot of oat flour in a bread if you are using yeast. Generally no more than 1/3 of the wheat flour can be substituted with oat flour.
Packed with all you need in a breakfast. You can freeze them and reheat in a toaster. YUM!
Healthy whole wheat pastry flour is combined with wonderful oat flour for a very yummy waffle.
My daughter adapted this recipe from multiple standard muffin recipes. I prefer these delicious muffins because they come out light and moist every time.
These breakfast bars are quick and easy to make. They freeze well and can be made with many combinations of fruits and nuts. Make these and freeze them for a quick breakfast on the go.
I tried finding a recipe to get my picky toddler to eat her vegetables. Since I couldn't find a healthy one, I came up with this. Using one cup carrots and one cup zucchini is a nice way to get both the yellow and green veggies into the diet! Any type of nuts, raisins, etc. may be used in the recipe -- whatever is on hand and toddler approved.
These are pancakes and a traditional favorite from the North Staffordshire area of England. Delicious with butter or jam! You may grind regular oatmeal in a blender to make your own oat flour.
After getting our bread machine, we were searching for our perfect daily loaf of bread. After some experimenting we found it! This blend of flours gave us a light, sweet bread perfect for soft sandwiches, toast, or just eating straight out of the pan.
These make a quick and easy breakfast or anytime snack. They freeze well too!
This high0protein banana bread made with chocolate protein powder and oat flour is perfect for a quick breakfast or afternoon snack.
I like to draw a heart on them for special occasions. Every time I make these cookies, I have to smile because the ingredients are simple, without the typical eggs, oil, or wheat -- yet so yummy!
I decided to squeeze in one more holiday cookie recipe before the New Year! These gluten-free gingersnaps are the best cookie I've ever made, and I might even go as far to say my new favorite cookie of all time! They are made with nut and oat flours and pack a serious flavor punch, thanks to tons of spices and fresh ginger! When I think about the perfect cookie, I think crispy outside and soft inside. These are exactly that!