iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.29 (32% off)
Posted by Reviewer1463771 on Jul 19, 2011
I love this oat flour. It makes great cakes and bars. Very nutritious but also very light and fluffy.
This Flour is GREAT!!!
Posted by Reviewer1956860 on Nov 11, 2011
I use this in place of whole wheat flour.
Posted by Reviewer2513058 on Nov 29, 2011
Great for gluten free baking, it has a very neutral taste.
Posted by Reviewer3067535 on Dec 06, 2011
This is a great flour for gluten free baking, and works similarly to regular wheat flour. I find occasional bits of oat hull in the flour, which is not my favorite in baked goods.
Posted by Reviewer3188042 on Jul 26, 2011
So good to find a gluten free oat flour! I use the regular oat flour, but my mom can't have gluten. I was very happy to find this gluten free oat flour for her. We both have baked with it and it is has been a great addition to our gluten free baking.
Excellent product and...
Posted by Reviewer1001541 on Jul 22, 2011
...will buy again.
Healthy, whole, easy
Posted by dessertswithbenefits on Sep 14, 2012
Title kind of says it all. It's healthy and gluten free, it's whole grain, and it's easier than grinding up your own oat flour :)
AMAZING, as are all their products
Posted by 4991299780896790250 on Jan 10, 2014
Amazing substitute for wheat in baking - and extra nutritious!
Great taste, very versatile for a GF diet
Posted by 4805121267790510152 on Feb 22, 2016
Since I started a gluten free diet 2 years ago this has been my favourite flour!. Very versatile, works well with everything (bread, muffins, cakes etc) and the taste and texture are similar to wheat but without the gluten! So great deal!
Posted by nattfisk on Jul 13, 2012
This is a great product! You can use it to make breads with, just make sure to not only use grains like oat, barley and rye when baking with yeast, as they doesn't contain a lot of gluten, so the dough won't rise. (Yes, been there, done that, I ended up with bread that I could have killed someone with) I use this product when I'm cooking oatmeal. Sometimes I add just a little bit too much water, and a tablespoon or two of this helps to thicken it.