Oat flour is so simple to make: all it is blended oats. This process takes a little bit of time to get the right flour-like consistency, but the end result is a delicious flour that can be used in a variety of recipes! All of these recipes include oat flour, so if you’ve been wanting to make something new or experiment with oat flour, now’s your chance! Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Almond Butter Oat Scones
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These Almond Butter Oat Scones by Robin Runner are perfect for a grab and go breakfast, paired up with a cup of tea of coffee. Made from oat flour, oats, and mashed banana, these breakfast treats are gluten-free and free from refined sugar, except for the sprinkle of turbinado sugar on top. As the weather transitions over to cooler temps, this hearty little treat is a welcome addition to your favorite hot beverage.
2. Oat Cookie Dough Bites
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Eating cookie dough is a guilty pleasure many people share. Skip the cookies and make these easy, healthier vegan Oat Cookie Dough Bites by Melanie Sorrentino. They’re full of fiber from the added oat flour, easy to make, and have that delicious cookie dough texture without the guilt.
3. Healthy Homemade Snickers Bar
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Though many things have been improved upon with time, there are a few thing that we simply got right the first time – like the Snickers bar … This Healthy Homemade Snickers Bar by Patricia Idus combines the winning combo of chocolate, caramel, peanuts, and nougat into your favorite candy bar with one small twist; it’s much healthier than the original and it’s vegan! Did we say they got it right the first time? We meant to say we got it right this time.
4. Cookie Cake With Fudge Frosting
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The best part about cookie cakes, other than being giant cookies, is that you can eat them with your hands. This gluten-free Cookie Cake With Fudge Frosting by Kat Condon is chewy, yet soft and topped with a delicious fudge frosting. It’s made from oat flour, coconut oil, and speckled with dairy-free chocolate chips. Top a slice with a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream — of course, we don’t recommend using your hands for that.
5. 3-Ingredient Chocolate Cereal
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This vegan 3-Ingredient Chocolate Cereal by Sara Grandominico is crunchy, naturally sweet, and will totally take you back to childhood. The opposite of typical, sugary cereals, this is made with just three ingredients and is completely gluten-free and healthy! Another perk of the cereal is its amazing versatility. Of course it can be eaten on it’s own with some almond milk, but it’s also great as a mix in for granola and it would make a delicious topping for a frozen sweet treat.
6. Strawberry Coconut Sponge Cake
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This gorgeous creation is the definition of cake. This Strawberry Coconut Sponge Cake by Hana Mendes made of moist vanilla spongecake, a zing of lemon, beautiful coconut frosting, and is topped with fresh strawberries. This is the perfect dessert for a little celebration.
7. Cocoa and Oat Biscuits with Rosemary and Flaky Sea Salt
The flavors of this Cocoa and Oat Biscuits with Rosemary and Flaky Sea Salt by Courtney West contrast each other quite well as the resinous and piney flavors of the rosemary cut through the bitterness of the cocoa. These are finished off with a sprinkling of flaky sea salt to balance out the flavors.
8. Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies
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These wonderfully Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies by Emma D’Alessandro are elevated by the decadent peanut butter swirl on top! But if you like to stay away from unhealthy desserts, have no fear. The brownies are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and oil-free! Amazing, we know. Avocado works wonders in this recipe and helps keep the brownies as fudgy as possible while dates and maple syrup naturally sweeten.
9. Strawberry Pistachio Chia-Oat Bars
These Strawberry Pistachio Chia-Oat Bars by Anna Bannister are naturally sweetened, slightly-zesty, and have the perfect amount of fruit-to-oat ratio. This particular recipe calls for strawberries, but they’re easy to adapt with whatever fresh fruit you have on hand. Serve these crumbly, juicy bars as is or with a big scoop of dairy-free vanilla ice cream.
10. Zucchini Coconut Fritters With Tomato Hemp Salsa
These Zucchini Coconut Fritters With Tomato Hemp Salsa by Courtney West come together pretty quickly and are quite tasty for the small amount of work involved. The base of the fritters is a mixture of shredded coconut and grated zucchini that is seasoned with lemon, mint, and cilantro. To add a fresh component, make a quick tomato salsa with a bit of red onion, lemon juice, cayenne, and hemp seeds.
11. Zucchini Oat Biscuits
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These Zucchini Oat Biscuits by Sarah Baker are satisfying and super-healthy! All the vitamins and minerals in these are superb beauty boosting nutrients that can help keep our skin supple, hair shiny and strong, and nails unbreakable. As with many biscuit recipes they call for flour, butter, salt, and pretty much all ingredients that will make our blood sugar spike through the roof. These are perfect for a healthy energy kick, a satisfying snack, or side to dinner!
12. Salted Caramel and Maca Raspberry Bites
These Salted Caramel and Maca Raspberry Bites by Kirsten Kaminski made from only 6 ingredients (not counting salt), are super easy to prepare and crazy good! Also, they’re completely naturally sweetened with ooey-gooey dates and have a secret superfood inside that enhances sexual health and improves energy – how is that for a snack?
13. Strawberry Upside Down Cakes With Vanilla Bean
These simple, fluffy Strawberry Upside Down Cakes With Vanilla Bean by Courtney West are the perfect canvas for sweet and juicy strawberries. Made from a blend of oat flour, millet flour, and arrowroot flour, these cakes are quite moist thanks to applesauce. Serve these individually-sized cakes with a cup of your favorite tea.
14. Roasted Red Pepper Chickpea Burger
Easy weeknight dinner alert! These Roasted Red Pepper Chickpea Burger by Angela Simpson flavor-packed are so simple to make. Mashed chickpeas are combined with oat flour, chia seeds, roasted red peppers, fresh parsley, and warm, earthy parsley. These crisp burgers are perfect on buns or served on a bed of grains with roasted vegetables and fresh greens.
15. Coconut Flour Porridge With Roasted Apricots
Did you know that coconut flour makes a thick and delicious gluten and grain-free porridge? Forget about your run-of-the-mill oatmeal and try this Coconut Flour Porridge With Roasted Apricots by Elsa Brobbey instead! It’s especially tasty when topped with sweet caramelized apricots, but have fun with your own favorite toppings.
If you’re a fan of gluten-free recipes, check out these 10 Amazing Gluten-Free Vegan Bread Recipes! Also look at this roundup of budget-friendly and gluten-free recipes for more oat flour deliciousness!
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