Friday, April 17, 2015

Oat Flour Drop Biscuts

I promised a couple people that I would stick a recipe or two in this challenge.
These are pretty simple to make and they taste pretty good.

I love my biscuits and gravy so I had to come up with something.

If you are gluten free, make sure your oats( or oat flour) are certified as such.

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit/218 Celsius.
You will get 8 to 9 biscuits. Maybe less, if you make them big.

If you are starting with oats, grind some up until fine in a food processor or blender. If you have a spice grinder, it works great. Grind about 1 cup of oats.


1 Cup oat flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/3 Cup milk
2 Tablespoons oil, butter, lard, or what type of fat you prefer
1 egg

Put the oat flour, salt, and baking powder in a bowl. Cut in the butter until crumbly. Stir in the egg and milk.
Drop the biscuits by tablespoon onto a baking sheet.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes until they spring back when lightly touched

They do spread and really aren't made to be cut in half and spread with butter or jam. But, you can always turn them upside down and spread what you want on the bottom.


  1. Mmmm these look great /I love almost any bread!!

  2. Thanks for sharing this recipe - I'll be passing it on to Miss CP - she eats gluten free!

    I'm glad you're adding some of your great recipes during the A to Z challenge.

    Sent with smiles, Jenny, Pearson Report
    2015 A to Z Challenge Ambassador

  3. These look good :) I'm a big fan of bread and biscuits myself :)


    1. Thanks, Betty. I could eat them all the time.

  4. Replies
    1. Sure, Jeff. Biscuits and gravy are pretty great!

  5. Okay, yummy I would add a little honey to the side and I am in Heaven!

    Jeremy [Retro]
    AtoZ Challenge Co-Host [2015]

    There's no earthly way of knowing.
    Which direction we are going!

    Come Visit: You know you want to know if me or Hollywood... is Nuts?

    1. Jeremy, that sounds pretty good too.

  6. Biscuits...anytime...anywhere...sounds good to me.

  7. Replies
    1. Pat, if you can tolerate oats, oat flour is great for a lot of things.

  8. Is it O day? I've lost track.

    1. Susie, today is P and this is from yesterday. After so many days, the alphabet seems sooo long

  9. Thanks! A lot cheaper than buying the gf premade breads.


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