Oat Flour, Organic - 1kg

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Oat flour is known for having a heartier flavor than all-purpose wheat flour. It is also somewhat sweeter than wheat flour, so it may be possible to use less sweetener in your recipe.

Oat flour is also generally lighter and less coarse than wheat flour. 
 

Why use it?

Oat flour gives baked goods a moist, slightly chewy texture. It's a great choice for wheat-free breads and cookies.
 
NUTRITION INFORMATION
  Per 100g
 Energy (kj) 1587
 Protein (g) 13.2
 Fat (g) 6.5
 -saturated (g) 1.1
 Carbohydrate (g) 67.7
 -sugars (g) 1.0
 Dietary fibre (g) 10.1
Sodium (mcg) 6.0

How To Use Oat Flour

Oat flour won’t help with rise or elasticity in any recipe. This means that you can’t substitute it entirely in recipes that need a rise, like breads, biscuits or rolls. 
  • It is recommended that you substitute 1/2 – 1 cup of oat flour in those recipes. This results in a deliciously chewy texture
  • For cookie and brownie recipes, substitute up to half the flour with oat flour.
  • For cake or pastry recipes, substitute only 1/4 of the gluten flour for oat flour.

Recipe Ideas

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