This page contains affiliate links. Click to learn more.For the past little while, I’ve been experimenting with oat flour in some of my recipes. I tend to lean towards pre-packaged gluten-free flour blends when I want to make a gluten-free recipe, but sometimes the results don’t end up as good as I’d like them to be. Ideally, I’d love to move away from those blends when possible so I can have more control over the results and to change things up a bit.
The first gluten-free flour I decided to experiment with (on its own) is oat flour.
Like with all gluten-free baking, it takes a lot of trial and error to make recipes work. Those who are familiar with gluten-free baking know exactly what I’m talking about!
To get your hands on oat flour for your recipes, you can go 1 of 2 routes:
1. Buy it in the store and spend a lot of money for it.
2. Make your own! I choose to make my own because it is ridiculously easy (and cheaper than buying it!).
See below to learn how to make oat flour…and click here for more kitchen tips!
Once you do make your oat flour, be sure to check out the following recipes that call for oat flour:
- Banana Oat Pancakes
- Simple Granola Squares
- Date Coconut Squares
- Nut Free Maple Coconut Granola Clusters
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