Oat Flour is a nutritious and versatile flour made from finely ground oats. It is a great alternative to wheat flour and can be used in a variety of recipes. Oat Flour is high in fiber and protein, and is a good source of vitamins and minerals. It is also gluten-free, making it a great choice for those with gluten sensitivities. Oat Flour has a mild, nutty flavor and a light, fluffy texture. It can be used to make pancakes, muffins, breads, cookies, and other baked goods. It can also be used as a thickener for sauces and soups. Oat Flour is a great way to add nutrition and flavor to your favorite recipes.
|Physical & Mental Health Benefits||
Reduces Heart Disease Risk Lowers Cholesterol Helps Diabetics Decreases Blood Pressure Satiety Star
fiber all of the B vitamins manganese selenium magnesium… the list really goes on and on.
|Uses(how to use) Recipes & Dosages||
"Oat flour has a mild flavor, yet it’s more interesting than regular all-purpose flour. When added to a recipe, it provides a more chewy, crumbly texture. It’s easiest to substitute it for all-purpose or wheat flour in baked goods that don’t require gluten to rise, such as quick breads and cookies. When you use it in cookie recipes, their consistency is known to become even thicker and chewier. Want to make a classic white or yellow cake with no gluten? Using oat flour as your gluten-free flour of choice is said by baking experts to result in a light and fluffy gluten-free cake. When using this flour in recipes that require baking powder, add 2.5 teaspoons of baking powder for every cup of flour."
|Active Natural Ingredients of Oats flour||
A hundred grams (about 1/2 cup) of oat flour contains about: (11) 404 calories 65.7 grams carbohydrates 14.7 grams protein 9.1 grams fat (including omega-3 fatty acids) 6.5 grams fiber 4 milligrams manganese (201 percent DV) 34 micrograms selenium (49 percent DV) 0.7 milligram thiamine (46 percent DV) 452 milligrams phosphorus (45 percent DV) 144 milligrams magnesium (36 percent DV) 4 milligrams iron (22 percent DV) 0.4 milligram copper (22 percent DV) 3.2 milligrams zinc (21 percent DV) 371 milligrams potassium (11 percent DV) 32 micrograms folate (8 percent DV) 0.1 milligram riboflavin (7 percent DV) 1.5 milligrams niacin (7 percent DV) 0.1 miligram vitamin B6 (6 percent DV) 55 milligrams calcium (6 percent DV) 0.7 milligram vitamin E (4 percent DV) 3.2 micrograms vitamin K (4 percent DV)