How can you make oatmeal yourself?
Making oatmeal yourself is not difficult at all – and it’s really quick. If you also want to make flour from oatmeal, then get a pack of oatmeal from the pantry. We will now show you how to make the oatmeal yourself in about a minute.
- Place desired amount of rolled oats in a stand mixer or tall container if using a hand blender.
- Blend the oatmeal well for about 30 seconds.
- Stir the mixture once and puree again to get all the oatmeal. The oatmeal flour is ready.
What is oatmeal good for?
Can you make cakes with oatmeal? Many people ask this question and we can answer it with yes. Whether for bread, cakes or muffins – you can use oat flour instead of wheat flour for numerous recipes. But that’s not all: Its nutty taste gives dishes a very special touch and can also be used for sauces or for breading or kneading bread and pizza dough.
Is Oatmeal Healthy? Oatmeal flour not only impresses with its delicious taste and numerous processing options, but also with its nutritional values. Oats are rich in B vitamins, zinc, iron, magnesium and protein, are high in fiber, low in fat and have cholesterol-lowering properties. So many good reasons to use oat flour instead of wheat flour. Below you can see the oatmeal nutritional values in detail:
- calories: 375
- Fett: 7,2
- carbohydrates: 62,9
- protein: 13,8
- fiber: 5,0
Is Oatmeal Gluten Free?
Oats and oat products are not gluten-free, only low in gluten. They do not naturally contain gluten, but during cultivation and processing they often come into contact with gluten-containing cereals such as wheat, spelled or barley. People who suffer from celiac disease should therefore only use oatmeal that is specially labeled.
Can you simply replace wheat flour with oat flour?
We have already answered the question “Can you bake cakes with oatmeal” earlier in the article – baking with oatmeal is no problem at all. But can you simply replace wheat flour with oat flour in general? In principle yes, but there are a few things to consider. Oatmeal gives food a tougher consistency than wheat flour. So if you want to use oat flour instead of wheat flour, you only need three quarters of the original amount. Due to the nutty taste of its own, but also because the dough does not stick very well and can become very tough, it is advisable to mix oat flour with other types of flour.
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