Coarse oat flakes

Coarse oat flakes

Coarse oat flakes are whole grain oat flakes. One uses coarse oat flakes for example in Bircher muesli, for crispy oat flakes biscuits or for homemade muesli bars, because they are more granular than tender oat flakes and give more bite. Coarse oat flakes are also popular for sprinkling grains of bread or rolls.

All data per 100 g:
365 kcal
66 g
14 g
7 g

Recipes with Coarse oat flakes

Almond muesli bar
Almond muesli bar For the almond muesli bar mix whole almonds, almond slivers and chopped almonds in a bowl. Cut the dried apricots into small cubes and mix with coarse oat flakes. ...
Apple muesli
Apple muesli is quick and easy to prepare. The finely grated apple makes the muesli taste very refreshing. ...
Apple Oat Flakes Cookie
Apple Oat Flakes Cookie s taste particularly good freshly baked. They are baked without flour and remain soft and juicy. ...
apple oat flakes sheet cake
Apple oat flakes sheet cake For the apple oat flakes sheet cake first preheat the baking oven to 175° C. Grease half a baking tray. ...
Apple Oat Milk Shake
Apple Oat Milk Shake is very well suited as a quick healthy breakfast. For the apple oat milk shake first fill quark with well chilled milk into a blender. ...
Banana muesli
Banana muesli tastes particularly aromatic if you use softer ripe bananas because they are then particularly sweet. If the bananas are a little firmer, you can also sweeten the muesli with a little liquid acacia honey or maple syrup. ...
Bircher muesli
Bircher muesli is quick to prepare, but takes some time to swell. Fill oat flakes into a bowl, cover with milk and leave to swell for 90 minutes until they have absorbed the milk. ...
Book Wheat Grains Bread
Book Wheat Grains Bread Book wheat flour with spelt flour and salt mix. Dissolve fresh yeast in lukewarm water. ...
Crispy muesli
Crispy muesli tastes best freshly prepared. You can also prepare it in the evening, let it cool completely and fill it into a glass with a screw cap. ...

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