Oat Flour

Whether you’re gluten-free or just enjoy cooking with specialty flours, you can save money by grinding your own with a high-speed blender.

Yield about 1½ cups
Time 5 minutes
  • high-speed blender, such as a Vitamix
  • mason jar or other airtight containter
  • 2 c whole rolled oats
Directions Place oats in blender and grind for a minute or two, until powdery.

Use immediately, or

transfer the oat flour to container and keep in a cool, dry place for 3 months or in the freezer for 6 months.


Make other specialty flours like soy, oat, or quinoa by grinding up dry soybeans, uncooked quinoa…. the sky’s the limit.

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Oat flour