How to Make Oat Flour

Learn how to make homemade oat flour from oats in just a few minutes with tips and tricks to make sure it turns out perfectly every time!

Oat flour is ground up oats that are blended into a fine flour consistency. It can easily be made in a high speed blender at home in just a few minutes!

While you can technically use various different forms of oats, rolled oats (old fashioned oats) are the best to use.

For 1 cup of rolled oats, you can expect to get slightly more than 1 cup of flour after blending.

Put oats in a high-speed blender and blend until they become a fine powder consistency (45 seconds to 1 minute depending on your blender).

Use a rubber spatula to scrape down the ground oats from the sides. Pulse for 15 seconds longer until the flour is an even consistency.

Store it for future use in an air tight container away from direct light for 3-6 months.

Here is a guide for how much flour to expect from 1 cup of oats after blending into your own oat flour: – Using steel-cut oats will yield just under 2 cups of flour – Rolled oats (aka old-fashioned oats) creates a little over a cup of flour, about 1 cup + 1 Tbsp. – Thick cut rolled oats will create about 1 cup + 2 Tablespoons flour – Quick oats will create slightly less than a cup

How to Make Oat Flour