Don't be put off by the name, oat fibre is completely different to oat flour, and best of all it's low carb and keto friendly!
So what's the difference?
Oat flour is made from grinding oats, where as oat fibre is made from grinding the outer husks of oats, producing a flour made from completely insoluble fibre.
Insoluble fibre is a special type of fibre that does not dissolve in water and is not broken down in the digestive tract, making it super low in carbs and perfect for people following a keto way of eating.
What's it used for?
Oat fibre is the perfect substitute for regular wheat flour, and can be used in all manner of baking including bread, pizza bases, muffins, pancakes, cupcakes .. you get the idea! For more ideas check out this list of oat fibre recipies!
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