Oat Flour Flatbread Free PD Recipe

This easy-to-make flatbread recipe was created to fill the need for a gluten-free bread option that is healthy and free of eggs, oil, and additives. If gluten sensitivity challenges you or you’ve got celiac disease, you’ve probably come up short searching for clean bread to make a PD “Tuna” Melt, Pita Pizza, or toast into bread crumbs to top gluten-free Baked Mac and Cheeze. If you are gluten-free, you will enjoy practicing a Protective Diet. Most recipes include GF options if they aren’t naturally free of gluten.

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  1. I didn’t roll these out, but baked them as 6 buns. Yes they were very dense, but now I have easy, gluten-free bread! I slice them in half, toast them and put thawed, smashed raspberris on top to have for breakfast. I love them! Thank you Julie!

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  3. confused about which flour to use. Oat bran flour is different from oat flour. Oat flour is what you would get if you processed whole oats into flour. Oat bran flour is the outer husk of the oat processed into flour. It is much more coarse in texture. I have never seen gluten free oat bran flour, only gluten free regular oat flour and oats. Gonna try this with the oat flour and hope it works. 🙂

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