I have compiled a list of 9 gluten-free oat flour recipes because it is a great flour to use for those of us that eat gluten-free foods.
If it is important to you that the flour be gluten-free because of celiacs then you need to make sure that you purchase the kind that specifically states that it is certified gluten-free. If you don’t there is a possibility that it will not be gluten-free. This is because of cross-contamination in the processing plant.
Most of the recipes that I could find were either breakfast food or a dessert. I’m not sure why that is, but I’m not complaining since I’m always looking for new gluten-free breakfast recipes.
I do know that from my experience I always feel full longer when I eat oatmeal so maybe that is one of the reasons why there are so many breakfast foods that use oat flour. No matter the reason, I am very excited to be trying these new recipes. Please comment below if you try any of these recipes and if you liked them or not.
How to Make Oat Flour
After today’s “How To”, oat flour will be your new BFF “Best Freaking Flour” (Not a popular term, but I’m hoping it takes off!). It is used for a variety of reasons, besides the fact that it’s super healthy and oh-so-easy to make, it’s beneficial and handy to keep around the pantry.
It can be used in both sweet and savory dishes, but can also be used to make DIY face masks and scrubs! The possibilities are endless, and once you see how easy it is to make this, you’ll be super popular among your friends. You know, if your friends are impressed by you using a blender and measuring cup.Print
How to Make Oat Flour
- Prep Time: 5 Minutes
- Total Time: 5 Minutes
- Yield: 1 Cup
- Category: Side Dish
- Cuisine: American
- Rolled Oats (Or steel-cut oats)
- Measuring Cup
- Air Tight Bag/Plastic Container
- Add one cup of oats to a blender.
- Blend on GRIND until you have a powdery consistency, don’t worry if it’s not all “powdery.” It takes about one minute.
- Grab your sifter and start sifting away.
- Add the large pieces left in the sifter back to the blender and grind them one more time.
- Sift it again.
- The oat flour should be fine, not course.
- You should be left with a fine, powdery residue on your hand.
- Make sure you store in a Ziploc bag or air-tight container.
You can make this a much easier process if you have a coffee bean grinder. Works the same as a blender, if not better! I think a coffee grounder works better because I have tried the food processor but it didn’t work as well; there were still some pieces of oats left in the flour
Keywords: Quick, Easy, Interesting, Surprising
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Gluten-Free Oat Flour Recipes
1. Best Easy Gluten-Free Pumpkin Protein Bars – My Natural Family
Oat Flour – Protein Powder – Brown Sugar – Pumpkin Puree – Pecans or Walnuts – Chocolate Chips – Real Salt – Cinnamon – Allspice – Ground Ginger – Eggs – Vanilla
These are the best protein bars I’ve ever tried. The white chocolate (you can use dark chocolate if you want) drizzled on the top is the perfect touch. I make a batch quite often. I put them in bags and keep them in the refrigerator. My husband takes them to work for snacks and I like them for a quick snack.
My daughter loves them too. Who doesn’t love a healthy treat? You can freeze them too so you can make a big batch and not have to make them as often. I like to make individual bags for the freezer with just a couple in each bag. If you think you don’t like pumpkin, you should try these, you might change your mind. If you really don’t like pumpkin you can substitute ripe mashed bananas for the pumpkin.
2. Slow Cooker Molten Lava Oat Flour Cake – My Natural Family
Oat Flour – Coconut Palm Sugar – Cocoa Powder – Coconut Milk – Real Salt – Butter – Vanilla – Honey
This molten lava cake is really easy but the best part is the surprise “magic” sauce this creates. The ooey-gooey center that erupts when you cut into it is so much fun. It goes so well with ice cream! I definitely recommend you eat it hot. My daughter loves to make this cake, she makes it all the time. That’s how easy it is to make. We love to make it quite often, especially when we want to impress family or friends.
3. Flourless Oatmeal Banana Pancakes Recipe with Creamy Peanut Butter Syrup – My Natural Family
Old Fashioned Oats Blended – Banana – Greek Yogurt – Egg – Baking Powder – Vanilla – Almond Milk – Peanut Flour – Maple Syrup
It only takes about 5 minutes to make these pancakes in the blender. Then they are topped with a creamy peanut butter syrup. Both the syrup and the pancakes have Greek yogurt in them. The yogurt helps make them healthy and makes it possible to make them really low in sugar.
I think they taste like banana bread with peanut butter on top. They are very filling and satisfying without giving you a sugar rush or making you feel sluggish and heavy. I make mine in my magic bullet which is really easy. They just might make you want to change up your current breakfast routine.
4. Peppermint Brownies – Nourished the Blog
Coconut Oil – Peppermint Extract – Dark Chocolate – Egg – Almond Milk – Cocoa Powder – Sugar – Oat Flour – Sprinkles
This oat flour peppermint brownie recipe is a great example of a dessert that can be gluten-free and dairy-free and still be a very delicious indulgent recipe. Give this recipe a try and you might be adding this to your list of permanent dessert recipes.
5. The BEST Healthy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies – Chelsea’s Messy Apron
Oats Blended – Oats – Baking Soda – Cinnamon – Real Salt – Vanilla Extract – Egg – Brown Sugar – Coconut Oil – Dark Chocolate Chips
This recipe has a lot of simple ingredients mixed together into a quick cookie dough. Instead of traditional flour, it calls for oats flour which is as easy as blending oats to a powder form. The recipe also uses whole oats as well.
6. Healthy Oatmeal Muffins – Bren Did
Oats Blended – Oats – Bananas – Eggs – Honey – Milk – Vanilla – Baking Powder – Baking Soda – Real Salt – Cinnamon
This is a recipe for a delicious healthy oatmeal muffin that uses oat flour and oats. This would be a great recipe to make a batch of and have breakfast or snacks prepared for whenever you want it. What I like to do is make a bunch of muffins, individually wrap them and freeze for later. It works well for taking out in the morning and letting it thaw while you get ready for the day or in your husband/kid’s lunch.
7. Honey Oat Bread – Hungry Hobby
Oat Flour – Almond Milk – Honey – Eggs – Real Salt – Baking Soda – Baking Powder
This is a one-bowl quick oat flour recipe that is gluten-free and dairy-free. This would be a good recipe to use for breakfast plain or toast with your favorite spread like almond butter!
8. Oatmeal Pizza Dough – Mom Foodie
Yeast – Water – Sugar – Oats Blended – Real Salt – Olive Oil – Garlic
This is a good pizza crust recipe for groups that include gluten-free and gluten eaters. Everyone can eat this crust and no one has to feel left out or make multiple different recipes. Make sure you put on your favorite toppings!
9. Roasted Grape Flatbread with Rosemary – Imma Eat That
Oat Flour – Baking Powder – Ground Flax Seed – Real Salt – Egg – Honey – Olive Oil – Mozzarella – Grapes – Parmesan – Fresh Rosemary
This is a recipe for a flatbread made with oat flour and ground flaxseed. The flatbread is topped with cheese and rosemary with roasted grapes. I have never tried roasted grapes and it is hard to imagine what they will taste like but they also sound intriguing to try!