- Soup - cook the oat flakes in creamy soups and blend
- Porridge - you will prepare a delicious porridge from the oat flakes, do not forget to add nuts, fruit, seeds and syrup, when preparing the porridge, it is necessary to cook the oat flakes in milk or in its alternative
- Dumplings - combine the oat flakes with grated smoked tempeh, egg and herbs
- Hash browns, rissoles, meat loaf - oat flakes can be also combined with legumes, eggs, vegetables, herbs and spices, blend it all and shape into a desired form
- Sweet - oat flakes can be added into muffins, cookies, pancakes or unbaked cookies
- Spreads - pour water over roasted vegetables, add oat flakes, cook, blend and season
- Milk, pudding - cook oat flakes and blend them along with the water they were cooked in, you can flavour the milk with honey, for example, if you want to have a pudding, just add more flakes into the water and let the mixture cool down
- Smoothie - blend your favourite fruit with water, plant-based drink or milk, add steamed or cooked oat flakes, seeds, yoghurt, syrup, vegetable or anything else
- Pastry - replace 1/4 of flour with oat flakes when preparing home-made breads or rolls
Flakes are made from oat grain, which is first cleaned, then steamed and consequently exposed to dry heat. Such treated oat is pressed in cylinders and sometimes cut into small pieces. Oat is a very widespread cereal in the area of a mild climate and has been known since the Bronze Age. In addition to flakes, oat is also used for the production of flour or a plant-based drink as a milk alternative.
The Tillquhillie Fine Foods Company has been engaged in the production of oat products suitable for people with celiac disease for ten years. Oat flakes are obtained from a very old variety of oat, which is suitable also for the most sensitive stomachs. Those flakes are also preferred by people who tolerate gluten because they are exceptionally gentle and have a distinctive taste.
CompositionGluten-free oat flakes. May contain traces of eggs, soy, milk and nuts.
Store in a dry and cool place. Protect from direct sunlight.