Oat Fibre is a white, fine flour made from the outer husk of the oat grain, consisting solely of fibre. It’s gluten-free, with a neutral flavour. Oat Fibre provides baked goods with body and texture, without adding a single carbohydrate – just a whole lot of fibre.
Substitute 10% of the flour in a given recipe with Oat Fibre to increase fibre contents and reduce the amount of carbohydrates. When you exchange other flours with Oat Fibre, be sure to substitute in volume, not weight – for example, 2 dl of wheat flour to 2 dl of Oat Fibre. 1 dl of Oat Fibre weighs 22 grams.
The flour attracts and holds a lot of liquid – up to 4-6 times its own weight. For a good result, you’ll need to add extra liquids to your recipe until you reach the desired consistency.
You can also add 1/2 – 1 teaspoon of Oat Fibre to yoghurt, smoothies etc.
Read more about our other flour types and different ways you can use them in the Flour Guide.
Energy: 200 kcal | Fat: 0,3 g | Carbohydrates: 0 g | -of which sugars: 0 g | Fibre: 98 g | Protein: 0,2 g | Salt: 0 g
Oat fibre (gluten free)
Oat fibre contains mainly insoluble fibre.