6 Ways To Use Oats in Gluten-Free Bakes

Oats in Baking

Oats are a wonderful gluten-free alternative to wheat flour in baking. They give flavour, moisture, and a nice chewy finish to bakes.

Oats Flakes or Oat Flour?

Whole oats are perfect for cookies, bars, and garnishes, while finely ground oats (aka oat flour) work well in cakes, pies, and muffins.

Tips and Recipes

We rounded up 6 easy and delicious ways to use oats in gluten-free bakes, with recipe ideas and helpful tips to get the best results every time!


Chewy Oatmeal Cookies

Without gluten, oats don't hold too well. So, mix them with a sticky binder like nut butter or chia-egg. Swipe up and see how we've made this brilliant cookie dough!

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Oat Banana Muffins

Oat muffins require extra baking powder to fluff up nicely. Tap below and discover our easy recipe with creamy bananas — it's gluten-free, vegan, and sugar-free!


Oats Apple Strudel

Not just for cookies and muffins, oats are great in shortcrust too. Here, we mixed them with a little almond flour for a crunchier and flakier dough. Give it a go!


Lemon Oat Cake

Gluten-free cakes with oats are a little trickier. The sponge can come out too dense and moist. But no worries, we sorted it out in this brilliant lemony cake. Try it!


Fudgy Oat Brownies

The density of oats may be a downside in cakes, but in brownies, it's a plus! Say hello to our ultra gooey, chocolaty oat brownies. Gluten-free and irresistible!


Oats in Pie Crusts

And finally, a good gluten-free pie crust. Oats can do that too! We've made ours ultra healthy and wholesome, no sugar or oil needed. Check it out!

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