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Organic Oat Flour Drop Biscuits

Organic Oat Flour Drop Biscuits

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Organic Oat Flour Drop Biscuits
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I made some strawberry jam the other day. I really wanted a biscuit to put my jam on so I created this delicious drop biscuit. Enjoy!
Recipe type: Bread/Muffins
Serves: 5
  • 1 cup organic oat flour
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • ⅓ cup whole milk, or homemade coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp grass fed butter
  • 1 egg
  1. Mix all dry ingredients together.
  2. Cut butter with a fork or pastry cutter into flour.
  3. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix well.
  4. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper (greased with coconut oil).
  5. Drop a heaping tablespoon onto pan.
  6. Bake in a 425 degree oven for 12-15 minutes.
All ingredients in this recipe are organic.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: Makes 10 biscuits, Serving size is 2 biscuits Calories: 138.3 Fat: 7.3 Carbohydrates: 14 Protein: 4.2


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16 thoughts on “Organic Oat Flour Drop Biscuits Recipe”

  1. Rozzieree says:

    Delicious! My first bread after 3 weeks of no gluten, no sugar, corn and dairy. Baked for 15 minutes and made 5 biscuits instead of 10. Made them with butter but garnished with ghee and fruit only strawberry jam. OMG!! So happy they out so wonderfully. They were light and delicious. More crumbly than normal biscuit but it didn’t matter. Great recipe. A million thanks!

    1. Rozzieree says:

      One more thing… I used almond milk .

      1. hallecottis says:

        @Rozzieree I am so glad you enjoyed them! :)

  2. Peter Hill says:

    I might have had a crack at this recette, except for the fact that measurements are in “cups”. What’s wrong with grams and litres. They are a  standard which cannot be mistaken and is a constant.

    1. hallecottis says:

      @Peter Hill Here in the States, we usually use measurements in “cups”…there are plenty of converters out there that can quickly adapt the recipe to your liking.  Here is one for you…

  3. Meghan327 says:

    I just made these and they taste delicious!  I have one question though, mine came out really flat, any ideas why?

    1. hallecottis says:

      @Meghan327 add a little more oat flour and that should fix your problem.  Glad you enjoyed them!

  4. HB says:

    Mine came out flat as well, had a feeling they would because the batter was a bit runny.  Next time will add more flour, and in the meantime… oat pancakes!  Still wonderful, especially since I have been craving bread for a week.

  5. Kelly says:

    Made this recipe. Added some honey, vanilla, and cinnamon. Good taste, but didn’t rise well. Thoughts?

    1. hallecottis says:

      @Kelly drop biscuits usually don’t rise as high, you can try adding a bit more flour, that should help.

  6. JessesgirlRosie says:

    I made these for my boy friend he’s completely gluten free and has not had a decent piece of bread in three years. These came out so beautiful and fluffy I ate one and was impressed. I followed the recipe but added about a tsp of xanthiam gum ( because any time you try to make any gluten free bread sometimes it stays together and sometimes not.) before I dropped the biscuits I too noticed the batter was a bit flat so I added about 2 tsp of flour to the batter and they turned out great.

  7. Monica says:

    Hi Kelly,

    I have nephews that have severe allergies to almost every possible allergen, so question is what can be used in place of whole milk besides coconut milk? Can we use soy? Also, in place of the egg, do you think the ‘chia’ egg would be best? I am making them for myself right now with the regular ingredients but this would be wonderful for my nephews if I can replace some ingredients. Thanks!

  8. Michelle says:

    Hi! Would adding sweet potato to biscuit change the dynamic that much? Trying to think of a Thanksgiving meal option to bring that is healthy and holiday-ish. Thanks! : )

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      That might be a fun recipe to experiment with. If you do add them, I would shred the sweet potato pretty finely. Let us know how it turns out!

  9. Eva says:

    Monica, Just saw your comment. I used 1T Flaxmeal mixed with 3T water for egg. I also used Rice Nog instead of Milk. I also added a little more flour because batter was runny. But, they turned out good :)

  10. Lynn says:

    I made these exactly as described with a bit of extra flour as suggested and they are fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.

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