Oats (Part 1) Oat Flour

Lately, I’ve been finding a lot of things to do with oats and this is a 2 part (at least) post about some of them.

For a while now, I’ve wanted to experiment with oat flour. I ran across somebody’s post about making your own oat flour and decided to give it a try. It’s really easy! All you need is whole oats and a blender! I used my Ninja Kitchen System…it worked like a champ! Here goes…

I started with good ole Old Fashioned Quaker Oats.

I started with good ole Old Fashioned Quaker Oats.

I blended the oats, a couple cups at a time, for about 30 seconds or so in my Ninja Kitchen System's bowl attachment. This got a good start on making the flour...

I blended the oats, a couple cups at a time, for about 30 seconds or so in my Ninja Kitchen System’s bowl attachment. This got a good start on making the flour…

...and to make it a finer consistency, I used the single serve attachment. This took a lil longer because I had to do the batches a lot smaller but it was DEFINITELY worth it!

…and to make it a finer consistency, I used the single serve attachment. This took a lil longer because I had to do the batches a lot smaller but it was DEFINITELY worth it!

Oat Flour 3

The clear bowl contains the whole oats, the blue bowl has the first grind, and the white bowl has the finer grind.

All you have to do is take the whole oats, in batches, and blend in your blender, food processor, or Ninja Kitchen System til they’re as fine as you’d like. That’s it!

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