Making your own oat flour at home is easier than you might think – and it can be a great way to save money on your baking ingredients. It is so easy, all you need is a blender or food processor and some oats. Simply blend the oats until they reach a flour-like consistency, and voila! You’ve got homemade flour that’s ready to be used in all your favorite recipes. Why not give it a try the next time you’re in the kitchen? You might be surprised at how easy it is to make your own flour – and how delicious your baked goods turn out when you use it.
How to make oat flour at home
Making oat flour at home is easy and only takes a few minutes! All you need are 1 ingredient and 1 blender. Start by placing rolled oats in a food processor or high-powered blender. Pulse the oats until they’re broken down into a fine powder. THAT’S IT!
Ways to use oat flour
Oat flour is a rich source of nutrients and fiber, making it a healthy choice for baking. Use it in any recipe that calls for all-purpose flour.
- use it as a substitute for other types of flour in pancakes, cookies, muffins, and more.
- thicken soups and stews. Just be sure to add it gradually so that the soup or stew doesn’t become too thick.
- use it in baby food recipes
Here are some recipes that you can use oat flour:
Healthy alternative for baby food recipes
Oat flour is an excellent choice for baby food recipes because it is healthy and nutritious. It is a rich source of nutrients, including fiber, protein, and vitamins and can be used in a variety of baby food recipes. In addition, oats are naturally gluten-free, making them a good choice for babies with sensitivities or allergies. Here are some baby food recipes that you can use this flour in:
2 cups rolled-oats
- Add the rolled oats to a food processor or high-powered blender. Blend on high for about 30 seconds until the oats are broken down into a fine powder. Pulse the oats until they’re broken down into a fine powder. Be sure not to over blend because that will cause the oats to get lumpy.
- Store in an airtight glass container (mason jar, weck jars, tupperware) in a cool dry place for up to 1 month or up to 3 months in the freezer.