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Oat flakes

Original oat flakes are made of organic oat whole grains by flattening and steaming, thanks to which we get the oat flakes containing a lot of nutrients, such as proteins, vitamin B, minerals, iron and fibre. Oat flakes have a high vegetable fibre content that positively affects digestion and improves overall health, as well as provides a long lasting feeling of fullness.

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3 Facts About Oat Flakes:

  1. Oatmeal is a leader in the list of natural antidepressants thanks to the vitamin B complex that is largely contained in oatmeal. It is the vitamins that are responsible for healthy nerves, lack of insomnia, as well as for skin purity.

  2. Oat fibres contain beta-glucan – element of critical importance for lowering cholesterol levels. People with high cholesterol can reduce their cholesterol levels by 8-23% by consuming only 3 g of soluble oat fibres.

  3. Oats contain high vitamin E. It protects the body against the destructive effects of free radicals that damage DNA and can cause cancer.


Nutrition value
Calories 355  kcal
Proteins 13,1 g
Fats 6,2 g
Carbohydrates 65,7 g
Dietary fibres 7,5 g
Water 13 g
Mono- and disaccharides 1,2 g
Starch 56,5 g
Ash 2,0 g
Saturated fatty acids 1,4 g
Vitamin PP 1  mg
Vitamin E 3,2  mg
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) 0,45  mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 0,1  mg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxin) 0,24  mg
Vitamin B9 (folic acid) 23  mcg
Vitamin E (tocopherol) 1,6  mg
Vitamin H (biotin) 20  mcg
Vitamin PP (B3, niacin equivalent) 4,6  mg
Calcium 52  mg
Magnesium 129  mg
Sodium 20  mg
Potassium 330  mg
Phosphorus 328  mg
Chlorine 73  mg
Sulphur 88  mg
Iron 3,6  mg
Zinc 3,1  mg
Iodine 6  mcg
Copper 450  mcg
Manganese 3,82  mg
Fluorine 45  mcg
Cobalt 5  mcg
Information on product weight:
Cup 250 ml = 210 g (646.8 kcal)
Cup 200 ml = 170 g (523.6 kcal)
Tablespoonful (heaped spoon, except liquid products) = 25 g (77 kcal)
Teaspoonful (heaped spoon except liquid products) = 8 g (24.6 kcal)

Chemical composition of a product is characterized by calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, dietary fibres and vitamins. For organic products, these parameters significantly depend on natural factors – air temperature and precipitation during vegetational season, dry or rainy season, geographic latitude and longitude of cultivation, botanical grain varieties, and soil type. It is impossible to foresee all the factors, so these values are average and indicative only.

Easy cooked oat flakes

Healthy recipes with organic oat flakes

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Oatcakes with Hazelnuts
Ingredients:1 cup oat flakes, 1 – 1 ½ cups whole-wheat flour, 100 g soft butter, ½ cup brown sugar, 2 eggs, 1 cup fried coarsely crushed hazelnuts, 50 g dried cranberries or cherries, ½ tsp sea salt.
Directions: Mix butter and sugar with a mixer until smooth. Add eggs and salt to the mixture and mix again. Add hazelnuts, dried fruit, oat flakes, flour and knead dough thoroughly. Form the dough in balls and roll them in flour. Cover a baking tray with baking paper, put the balls on it and flatten them slightly. Place the oatcakes for 10-12 minutes in an oven preheated to 180C.
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Granola with Seeds, Cinnamon and Raisins
Ingredients: 1 cup unglazed cornflakes, 1 ½ cups oat flakes, ½ cup flax seeds, ¼ cup chia seeds, ¼ cup sunflower seeds, ¼ cup pumpkin seeds, 2 tsp cinnamon, ½ tsp sea salt, ⅓ cup melted coconut oil, ½ cup agave nectar (or maple syrup, or liquid honey), ½ cup raisins.
Directions: Heat an oven to 150C. Mix cornflakes, oat flakes and all seeds in a large pot. Then add cinnamon, sea salt, and pour agave nectar (or maple syrup, or liquid honey) and melted coconut oil. Mix all the ingredients. Cover a baking tray with baking paper and spread mixture evenly in a single layer. Bake for 30 minutes in the oven. After baking, let granola cool for another 30 minutes. Break granola into small-sized pieces in a large pot and mix with raisins. Keep granola in an airtight jar up to 2 weeks. This is the perfect breakfast together with milk, yogurt, kefir, juice, and nut or grain milk.