Q: After my food processor broke down I asked my mother for a small jar of oat flour. Unfortunately we have a different understanding of what small means! I now have a two-liter jar full of oat flour sitting in pantry and I don't know what to do with it.
I want to use it up, but can't find recipes that use a lot of it. Any suggestions?
Sent by Mia
Editor: I hope you're ready for some baking, Mia! How have you used it in the past? Oat flour has such a lovely sweet, nutty flavor to it, so baking is an obvious use. But beyond muffins and other quick breads, you can try it as a replacement for all-purpose flour in breading or as a thickener for gravies. Baking, however, is going to be your best option for using it up quickly.
Kitchn readers, how do you use oat flour? Any suggestions for Mia in her quest to use up her reserves?