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Oat Flour Pie Crust


Before you start, make sure all ingredients are well chilled. Preheat oven to 350°F. Oil a 9" pie plate, set aside.

In a medium-sized bowl, stir together all ingredients with a fork. Pat dough into prepared pie plate. Press pastry between fingers to make an edge. Add pie filling of choice, bake according to directions for pie filling. If baking pie crust alone, use fork to prick bottom in several places to prevent buckling. Bake 18-20 minutes or until crust is golden.

Makes one 9-inch pie crust (8 slices).

Oat Flour Pie Crust



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Gluten Free Oat Flour

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Anna June 21, 2012
The crust is delicious but certainly does not turn golden in the oven when baked by itself. Also, I'd add more water to make it pliable.
Alex June 14, 2013
2 big thumbs up from my reluctant wife! Warmed some peanut butter in the microwave and spread over top as a moisture barrier, blended frozen over-ripe bananas and strawberries and spread over top and into the freezer overnight. Omit salt. Healthy cooking at its best!
Nicole November 30, 2013
Horrible recipe. Does not work. The oat flour doesn't come together at any point. 4 tablespoons of water are not enough and no matter how many other tablespoons more you add, it simply doesn't unite.
Bob's Red Mill December 2, 2013
I'm sorry that our Oat Flour Pie Crust recipe did not work for you. If we continue to receive similar complaints, we will retest this recipe when time permits.
kat April 13, 2014
We made a crisp with it. We used the recipe and added a little butter and brown sugar. It balled up nicely. We mixed in some berries and baked it! It was exactly what we wanted! The oats almost turned it into a cookie fruit crisp! YUM!!! Great with ice cream!
krystine April 21, 2014
This recipe worked very well. I used butter instead of oil and did 4 1/2 tbsp water. Had to add a little more flour just to make it come together but it worked out well. Thank you :)
Susan June 5, 2014
I just made this but used coconut oil instead of vegetable oil and added 1 Tbsp of sugar free maple syrup (could use regular probably). I needed about 4 Tbsp of water and it held together very well and baked up nicely.
CC July 1, 2014
Used this pie crust for the base of a mango custard pie. It turned out beautifully and the crust had a very good flavor. I was surprised, considering the ingredients.
JR August 9, 2014
Awesome one of my favorite press on a cookie sheet lined with parchment - dice green apples cinnamon strawberries- make a 2nd crust press over top - top w/pecans and unsweetened coconut bake cool and cut into breakfast bar - I may follow an earlier post and add peanut butter great job!
Nell November 26, 2014
My recipe. Great for pumpkin pies.
(makes 2)
2 1/2 c oat flour
3/4 c room temp butter
1 tbs cinnamon
1 tsp ginger
1/4 c sugar

Mix. Press into oiled pie plates (no need to roll out.) Refrigerate minimum one hour. Poke vent holes with fork, pre-bake at 400-425 for 5 minutes.

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