Toasted Oat flour is a great way to make a nutty flavour to a baked dish! It’s also easy to do too! If you’re looking for our other toasted flour recipe you can find that here.
Toasting the flour gives it a more earthy flavour, the colour of the flour changes to brown. Giving baked goods a much more darker look and it looks tastier that way!
When making the flour if you’re doing this from scratch you’ll want to make sure it’s fine and not sandy in texture, keep sifting it. Sift it then add the grainy remnants to a food processor and keep repeating until everything is fine.
This article will supply the oat flour recipe as well if your looking for one!
You will want to be using sifted oat flour, make sure to keep sifting it. Once everything is sifted and the impurities are out you can transfer it to a tray. From the tray you simply turn the oven on to 200 C fan on for around 5 minutes then place it into the oven.
The toasted flour doesn’t really take that long to toast so make sure to take it out exactly as it will burn really fast.
Toasted Oat Flour Recipe
Toasting the flour may work like toasting wheat flour where it kills any bacterias or other bad things kept in the flour. So simply doing this can sterilise the flour and make it edible if eaten raw like cookie dough. You can check out our edible flour cookie dough here if you want to!
We take these oats and add them to the food processor so we can turn them. We’ll keep them in there for around 5 minutes while processing.
Once the oats are out, take a sieve and then sift them into a separate bowl.
Toasted Oat Flour
- any oat flour
- Spread the oat flour out on a tray.
- Place in the oven for 5 minutes at 200 c fan on