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Oat flour…whaaat?

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In my Soft Onion Sandwich roll post I mentioned oat flour. Who? Huh? What the heck is oat flour?  When I first saw it in a recipe I was completely clueless.  I hadn’t heard of it either.  Turns out, it’s really stupid easy to make.  PLUS you get all of the nutritional benefits of oats.  Good to know! Right?! Follow along…

Take some old fashioned rolled oats…

Making oat flour

Put oats into food processor.   I used my blender because I already had it out and didn’t mind a more coarse texture for the recipe I was using it for.  You can get a fine grind with a blender, it will just take a few seconds more.

Trusty blender

Trusty blender

Pulse until it’s powdery/flour like.
1 cup of oats generally makes 1 cup of oat flour.

That’s it.  Seriously.  Oat flour. Don’t spend money on fancy store-bought oat flour. It only takes a minute to do yourself.

Coarse oat flour

Coarse oat flour


3 responses »

  1. Pingback: Soft Onion Sandwich Rolls | Taking Babysteps

  2. Your right…that is stupid easy..and healthier!


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