Did you know you can make flour with almost any kind of food? I know because I am getting out of control. So far, I’ve made over a dozen kind of homemade flour and it’s taking over my pantry. I’ll have to create a support group for homemade flour making addiction! But seriously, they are so easy, healthy, and saves so much money, and there’s something so satisfying about making flour yourself and then using them to make all kinds of breads, baked goods, etc., which makes everybody healthy and happy.
You might’ve noticed there are healthy and alternative flours in all the stores these days, but they are still pricey, ranging from $6-9 dollars and they usually have preservatives and chemicals. No Thanks!
Try this easy oat flour recipe and you’ll never buy store bought ones again. You can use it to make all kinds of bread, mix it with pancake or cookie batter, and one of my favorites, banana bread.
And when people find out you make your own oat flour or any kind of flour, they’ll think you’re a genius!
31/2 cups or organic old fashioned oats
Place oats in a food processor or high power blender and mix until floury consistency, about 3-4 minutes.
Sift the flour onto a large bowl and then place it in an airtight container and store in a cool place.
Don’t discord the leftover bits of oats. It’s perfect for making quick oatmeal or putting them in breads or cookie batter.