Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (2023)

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Oil-free vegan Scottish oatcakes are perfect for those who are looking to reduce their oil-intake.

Ironically Oil-free vegan Scottish oatcakes are more traditional than traditional oatcakes!

Fourteenth century Scottish Highland soldiers would prepare oatcakes by just mixing oatmeal and water so it stands to reason that an oil-free oatcake would just be a bit more rustic than the oatcake we have come to expect in modern days.

Oil-free oatcakes are certainly more chewier and a little rougher but still pretty darn tasty. And amazingly nutritious!

Scottish oatcakes are ideal for breakfast, light lunches and snacks. As well as perfect for dunking into your favourite soups and stews.

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Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes

These oil-free Scottish oatcakes are part of a series of oatcake recipes. The main recipe is traditional vegan Scottish oatcakes which are similar to oatcakes that can be purchased from most supermarkets within the UK.

Oil-free Scottish oatcakes have less ingredients and are more suited for those wishing to limit their oil and fat intake, as well as their sugar and salt levels.

The third recipe is for oil-free vegan Scottish Cheesy oatcakes and these oatcakes have the addition of nutritional yeast flakes and are especially delicious.

Preparing Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes

These oil-free oatcakes are super easy and have just two essential ingredients: pinhead or steel-cut oatmeal and boiling water. The salt is optional but does add extra flavour. The boiling water can be replaced with vegan veggie stock for extra flavour if preferred.

To begin the hot water is mixed through the pinhead oatmeal and brought together into a warm oatmeal dough.

The dough is rolled out thin before biscuit or cookie cutters are pressed in and circle oatcakes are formed. The uncooked oatcakes are baked in the oven until lightly tinged golden at the edges.

The oatcakes crisp up as they cool on a wire rack. Once cool the oatcakes are ready to go!

If you prepare this recipe do pop back and leave us a comment below as we love reading feedback and hearing from you.

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Recipe Notes And FAQS

How do I store oil-free vegan Scottish oatcakes?


Store oatcakes within an airtight container for up to 7 days. Oatcakes may be last a few days extra if stored properly. A layer of kitchen foil covering the oatcakes can help maintain the freshness and crispness for longer.

Can I freeze oil-free Scottish oatcakes?

Absolutely.

Wrap well with freezer and food safe wrap and store in the freezer for up to 3 months. Remove the wrap and defrost at room temperature.

Can I still eat oatcakes that have lost the crispiness?

Of course. If the oatcakes are still fine otherwise, then pop the oatcakes in a hot oven (cooking temperature) for about 5-10 minutes.

Allow to cool and firm up.

What can I serve with oil-free Oatcakes?

A few ideas:

* salsa, guacamole, hummus, refried beans, mango chutney, apple sauce, cranberry sauce

* vegan thousand island dip or similar

* vegan soft cheese

* slices of vegan cheese

* tomato and cucumber slices

* gherkins/dill pickles

* pickles

* fermented veggies

* crispy salad leaves

* your favourite salad, salad bowl, power/buddha bowls

* broken oatcakes can be used in place of croutons

* sub oatcakes into a recipe instead of tortilla chips

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Can I use rolled or porridge oats to prepare these oil-free oatcakes?

Unfortunately rolled oats, quick-cook or porridge oats do not achieve the same texture or flavour as authentic oatcake.

Oatcakes need to be made with pinhead oatmeal/Irish oatmeal or steel-cut oats.

Do you have any top tips for rolling our oatcake dough?

Yes!

I cover lots of useful tips for preparing oatcakes over on the main post traditional Scottish oatcakes. Do pop over and check those out as they are incredibly helpful.

Tasty Scottish Vegan Soups And Stews To Enjoy With No-Oil Oatcakes

Traditional Scottish Cullen Skink Soup (yummy creamy potato and smoked tofu)

Scottish Lentil Soup (our ultimate family favourite)

Scottish Potato And Leek Soup (with toasted oats)

Traditional Scotch Broth (pea, barley and lentil veggie packed)

Cock-a-Leekie Soup (Scotland's National Soup!) prepared with tofu, barley and leeks

Traditional Scottish Stovies With Mashed Neeps (turnip/swede/rutabaga)

Slow Cooker Scottish Mince and Tatties (can be prepared on the stove top also)

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Oil-free Scottish Vegan Oatcakes

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Crisp, oaty, savoury. delicious and authentic! The earliest Scottish oatcakes would have been a basic mix of oatmeal and water.

Enjoy Scottish oatcakes for tasty breakfasts, wholesome snacks, or light lunch with your favourite toppings and crispy raw veggies.

Hummus, guacamole, salsa or refried beans are particularly tasty spreads or dip.

Or serve with your favourite soups or stews and dip your oatcakes in.

Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Lunch, Side Dish, Snack

Cuisine Scottish

Prep Time 30 mins

Cook Time 24 mins

Total Time 49 mins

Equipment

  • Baking trays

  • Rolling pin

  • Biscuit cutter 6-7cm diameter for small oatcakes and 8-9 cm for large oatcakes

  • cooling rack

Ingredients

  • 310 grams pinhead oatmeal plus extra for rolling
  • 150 millilitres boiling water use more as necessary
  • ½ teaspoon salt optional, can replace with dried herbs or spice blend

Metric - US Customary

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 170 Fan/ 190 Celsius/ 375 Fahrenheit/ Gas 5.

  • Add the oatmeal to a bowl and pour in the boiling water.

    Mix to a dough.

  • Dough will be quite firm and warm.

    Sprinkle oatmeal on your surface and rub it into the rolling pin a little so the oatmeal dust coats it.

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    If your dough is sticky just sprinkle more oatmeal over and work it in. If its too dry just carefully add a little extra boiling water.

  • Roll out the dough firmly, squeezing any side bits back together that may crack, until its about ½ a cm thick or thereabouts. Dab some extra water into the dough if necessary and smooth the water over any cracks.

  • Stamp out rounds with a biscuit cutter.

    Place on baking sheets that are either lined with parchment or if non-stick trays then just scatter a little oatmeal over the tray.

    Use a spatula if necessary to carefully pick up the oatcakes.

  • Bake in the oven until beginning to colour on the edges.

    And feel firm to the touch and the underside is not too soft.

    This should take anytime between 20-25 minutes depending on your oven. My oatcakes take about 22 minutes in a Fan oven.

  • Oatcakes can be placed on any shelf in the oven just adjust the cooking times for oatcakes near the bottom if you have several trays on the go at once.

  • Leave oatcakes to cool either on the trays or on a wire rack.

    Oatcakes will continue to firm up as they cool.

Notes

  • Nutritional information is provided for guidance only and is not a strict calculation as ingredients vary.
  • Nutritional info does not include the salt.
  • Store oatcakes wrapped in parchment paper or kitchen foil in a sealed container. Oatcakes will stay fresh for up to 7 days possibly more.
  • Oatcakes can be frozen by placing a piece of parchment between each oatcake and wrapping well with freezer-safe wrap. The parchment makes removing single oatcakes easier as it prevents them freezing as a block.
  • Instead adding boiling water replace with hot vegetable stock. It adds a little more flavour.
  • Double up the recipe for even more oatcakes. Perfect for batch prepping.
  • Cut out different shapes with different cutters. Or roll out to a circle shape and cut into triangles. Each triangle is known as a farl.

Nutrition

Calories: 66kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Fiber: 2g | Calcium: 9mg | Iron: 1mg

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Comments

  1. Freya

    Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (8)
    Definitely giving this a try! So easy and wholesome!!

    Reply

  2. kris

    Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (10)
    I never heard of oatcakes before, but these look like they'll be a great on the go snack.

    Reply

    • Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (11)Jacq

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      Gosh! Never heard of oatcakes? Guess because they are a Scottish thing. I agree these are perfect for a healthy on-the-go snack 🙂

      Reply

  3. Gregory Halpen

    Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (12)
    Wow two ingredients and these sound fantastic!

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    • Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (13)Jacq

      Thanks so much!

      Reply

  4. Marita

    Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (14)
    Oh these look great. My kids asked me to make some oatcakes because of the Jemima Puddleduck story. I will try these soon.

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    • Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (15)Jacq

      Awww that's so cute! These oatcakes are the perfect snack for kids!

      Reply

  5. Andra

    These oatcakes look great and super easy to make. I'm hoping mine will look as good as yours 😀

    Reply

    • Oil-Free Vegan Scottish Oatcakes - Traditional Plant-Based Cooking (16)Jacq

      I'm sure they will be! These oatcakes are so easy. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

      Reply

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FAQs

Are Scottish rough oatcakes healthy? ›

Oatcakes also have a high mineral content especially manganese and phosphorous and are excellent for maintaining our energy levels. They also have a low glycaemic index which makes them helpful in managing blood glucose, especially if topped with a good quality protein/fat such as a nut butter.

Are oatcakes suitable for vegans? ›

With exception of cheese, all Nairn's Oatcakes are Vegan friendly and most of our sweet biscuits are too.

Are Nairns oat cakes healthy? ›

Naturally energising. Wholegrains are a rich source of fibre, vitamins and minerals – oats are high in soluble fibre and also naturally contain manganese**, phosphorus**, magnesium, zinc, iron, folate, vitamin B6 and thiamin. Our oatcakes contain nutrients** that contribute to normal energy-yielding metabolism.

What's the difference between Staffordshire and Derbyshire oatcakes? ›

Derbyshire oatcakes are similar to Staffordshire oatcakes, but while following a similar recipe Derbyshire Oatcakes contains a small amount of milk in the mixture. they are generally larger in diameter, thicker and when uncooked lighter in colour.

Are oatcakes anti inflammatory? ›

And it's not just the fibre in oats that can benefit our gut. It's been discovered that oats contain two unique types of plant nutrients with potential anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which could benefit our gut as well as our overall health.

Do oatcakes reduce cholesterol? ›

Oatcakes are a brilliant base for a snack, because oats contain soluble fibre, which helps to lower cholesterol. They're also low in saturated fat and if you combine them with other healthy foods, you can make a really nutritious, filling snack.

Is oatmeal OK on a vegan diet? ›

Yes! It doesn't matter which brand of oatmeal you buy, they're all vegan as long as they don't have any other ingredients that are not vegan.

Are oatcakes as good as porridge? ›

Oatcakes are like a baked version of porridge. So when you don't have time to make porridge, when you are on the go, or if you're looking for something more filling than toast, try oatcakes for breakfast topped with banana or peanut butter for a speedy, nutritious and filling start to your day.

Are oatcakes good for weight loss? ›

The oatcake is seen as a low-energy dense food, which means it has lower calorie content when compared to its serving size. This means that oatcakes may help you feel fuller on less calories, which when eaten as part of a controlled diet may help you control your weight.

Are oat cakes healthier than bread? ›

The oatcakes may look small, but they're packed with slow-digesting, low-GI carbs, guaranteed to keep you full for hours – miles better than bread.

Are oatcakes good for IBS? ›

Also, convincingly, markers of inflammation in the blood, which are usually raised in people with IBS, all reduced. So, it's best to avoid modern wheat, choosing gluten free foods such as oats, oatcakes and biscuits, and try Kamut pasta, bulgur and bread.

Are oatcakes a good alternative to bread? ›

Oatcakes, Flatbreads, and Wholegrain Crackers all make fantastic substitutes for bread.

Are Staffordshire oatcakes healthy? ›

Oatcakes themselves are quite healthy and are a good source of fibre, though the overall nutritional benefits depend on the accompanying filling. They freeze well and are probably the best microwave food in the world.

How long can you keep oatcakes in the fridge? ›

Cool on a wire rack. Serve with a selection of cheeses and some chutney. They can be stored in an airtight container in a cool dark place for 2-3 days – after this time they will not be as fresh.

Does oatmeal clean your colon? ›

Eating oatmeal is a safe way to cleanse your colon. Oats are one of the best cleansing foods because of their high fiber content. Whole-grain oats are way better than the refined variety. Oats and oat bran increase stool weight and often ease constipation.

What are the disadvantages of eating oatmeal? ›

5 ways having too much oatmeal can backfire
  • 01/6​5 ways having too much oatmeal can backfire. ...
  • 02/6​It can increase your sugar intake. ...
  • 03/6​You are eating only oats. ...
  • 04/6​Can lead to malnutrition and muscle mass shedding. ...
  • 05/6​It can lead to bloating. ...
  • 06/6​Can backfire on your weight loss goals.
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Can oats irritate the gut? ›

"If you have a sensitive stomach, the fiber in the oatmeal may cause you to experience bloating and gas," says Roxana Ehsani, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Media Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Will eating oatmeal 3 times a week lower cholesterol? ›

The short answer is yes, oatmeal can lower your cholesterol. Now for the long answer. There are two types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber is acted upon by the normal bacteria in your intestines.

How long does it take eating oatmeal to lower your cholesterol? ›

Oats. Oats significantly improved blood cholesterol levels over a period of 4 weeks in a small 2017 study .

What does a true vegan not eat? ›

Vegans can't eat any foods made from animals, including: Beef, pork, lamb, and other red meat. Chicken, duck, and other poultry. Fish or shellfish such as crabs, clams, and mussels.

Who should not follow a vegan diet? ›

13 Conditions That May Make It Harder to Be Vegan
  • Herpes. Common advice for people with herpes is to eat foods high in lysine and low in arginine. ...
  • Kidney Failure. ...
  • Allergies and Intolerances. ...
  • Anemia and Iron Absorption Issues. ...
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) ...
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) ...
  • Migraines. ...
  • Eating Disorders.

Can you eat potatoes on a vegan diet? ›

You might be wondering, are potatoes vegan? The answer is, yes, potatoes are a plant and therefore vegans can eat potatoes. In fact, potatoes, a starchy, nutrient-rich vegetable, make a great part of a vegan food diet because they're plant-based.

What is the healthiest type of oats to eat? ›

Oat Groats

Groats are considered the healthiest oatmeal because they go through very little processing. Because the grains are still whole, nutrients stay intact. Oat groats take longer to prepare than other types.

Are oatcakes processed food? ›

Oatcakes are a natural source of energy. Because wholegrain oats are not highly processed it takes a while for our digestive system to break down and absorb the carbohydrates, the result – slow release energy, which can help, fill you up and stop you feeling the peaks and dips of a blood sugar rush.

Are oatcakes good for constipation? ›

If you have digestive problems such as bloating, gas or constipation, you could find these symptoms improve within the 21 days. The fibre found in oats helps to bulk up the contents of the digestive tract and can lead to easier, more regular bowel movements.

Does oat reduce belly fat? ›

In conclusion, consumption of oat reduced obesity, abdominal fat, and improved lipid profiles and liver functions.

Are oatcakes OK for acid reflux? ›

Instead of eating a bag of crisps, look to lower-fat snacks such as bananas, oatcakes or dried fruit. If you do want to eat something fatty such as cheese, eat it along with a high-fibre food such as wholegrain bread, because this will diminish the adverse effects.

How many calories are in 6 oatcakes? ›

Proportion of total calories contributed by protein, carbs and fat.
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Energy: 81 calories.
Protein3.5g
Fat0.6g
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Is oat a junk food? ›

Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits. These include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels, and a reduced risk of heart disease.

Is there anything healthier than oatmeal? ›

Naturally gluten-free and rich in vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium, and folate, millet may be the most nutritious substitute for oatmeal ( 2 ).

What is the least processed form of oats? ›

Steel-cut oats, also known as Irish or coarse oats, are the least processed form. Steel-cut oat processing involves chopping whole groats into smaller pieces using steel blades. The resulting oats take longer to cook. They also have a chewy consistency and a more robust flavor than other oats, such as quick oatmeal.

What is a good breakfast for irritable bowel syndrome? ›

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  • Breakfast A bowl of oatmeal with cinnamon without sugar or artificial sweetener.
  • Lunch Grilled or baked fish or chicken and a baked sweet potato without butter.
  • Dinner A spinach salad with lean protein such as grilled chicken (made without oil)
  • Snack Protein shake or protein bar.
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Can oatmeal cause IBS flare up? ›

Although oats are easily tolerated by many due to the high soluble fibre content. Some people with IBS find it difficult to tolerate any fibre – soluble or insoluble, this means they may struggle to tolerate oats.

How long after eating oatmeal will I poop? ›

Since oatmeal is a complex carb, it's digested slower than foods containing simple carbs. However, oatmeal also contains dietary fiber, which helps with digestion and absorption. When these two factors are combined, the digestion time of oatmeal is relatively fast and takes about two to three hours.

Is vegan cake healthier than regular cake? ›

Are vegan cakes healthier than non-vegan cakes, you may ask? For the most part, not really; while the removal of butter can mean less saturated fat, the vegan friendly replacement, often cocoa butter, can be similar in saturated fat levels.

Which cake is best for weight loss? ›

Whole wheat jaggery cake is perfect for weight loss diet.

What cake is the most fattening? ›

The Keg Carrot Cake a la mode - 2,344 calories, 65 teaspoons of sugar (just 7 teaspoons shy of 1.5 CUPS)!

What happens when you stop eating bread? ›

When the body's consumption of carbohydrates decreases, it begins to burn energy stored in the form of “glycogen”, which is the image in which it is stored carbohydrates in the liver and muscles), and this leads to water loss, and weight loss.

Is hummus and oatcakes healthy? ›

Hummus with oatcakes is a lovely option for lunch—the combination of low-GL carbohydrate in the oatcakes with the protein and healthy fat in the hummus will fill her up and supply her with consistent energy.

Are Scottish oatcakes good for you? ›

Naturally energising

Wholegrains are a rich source of fibre, vitamins and minerals – oats are high in soluble fibre and also naturally contain manganese**, phosphorus**, magnesium, zinc, iron, folate, vitamin B6 and thiamin. Our oatcakes contain nutrients** that contribute to normal energy-yielding metabolism.

Are oatcakes better than bread for diabetics? ›

As we have seen, oats are a superb food choice for blood sugar control. You can eat them as oat flakes (cold) or soak and cook them to make porridge. Oatcakes are the best 'bread' choice, for example, with your scrambled or boiled egg, or as a snack during the day with a high-protein spread such as hummus.

Are oatcakes good for high cholesterol? ›

Oatcakes are a brilliant base for a snack, because oats contain soluble fibre, which helps to lower cholesterol. They're also low in saturated fat and if you combine them with other healthy foods, you can make a really nutritious, filling snack.

What do you put on top of oatcakes? ›

They're also great finger food for parties or picnics. Two oatcakes topped with canned tuna, low fat crème fraiche and sliced spring onion. Two oatcakes topped with cottage cheese, chopped hazelnuts and shredded chicory leaves. Two oatcakes topped with sliced bananas, chopped walnuts and a drizzle of honey.

Are oatcakes good fibre? ›

Oatcakes are a fantastic source of soluble fibre – the stuff that keeps our digestion on track, healthy and regular.

Is Scottish oatmeal good for you? ›

Is Scottish oatmeal healthy? What is this? Scottish oatmeal goes beyond the abundant source of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals naturally found in oats. The balance of insoluble and soluble fiber prevents constipations, maintains a full feeling long periods of time, and also may help to lower LDL cholesterol.

Are Scottish oats good for weight loss? ›

Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits. These include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels, and a reduced risk of heart disease.

Is oatcakes better than bread? ›

The oatcakes may look small, but they're packed with slow-digesting, low-GI carbs, guaranteed to keep you full for hours – miles better than bread.

What happens to your body when you eat oatmeal everyday? ›

Benefits include lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels, protection against skin irritation, and reduced constipation. In addition, they are very filling and have many properties that should make them a food helpful for weight loss. At the end of the day, oats are among the nutrient-dense foods you can eat.

What happens if I eat oatmeal everyday? ›

Oatmeal's high fiber content and prebiotic qualities may benefit your body in more ways than one. Making oatmeal a regular part of your menu can potentially lower your disease risk, help your gut health thrive, make bowel movements easier and keep you feeling fuller for longer.

Why is eating oatmeal everyday not good for you? ›

Oats contain phytic acid, an antinutrient that is known to interfere with the absorption of the vitamins and minerals from oats into your body. So, you need to include a variety of fruits and vegetables in your diet to make up for the possible nutritional loss.

Does oatmeal reduce belly fat? ›

Everyone knows oatmeal is good for you. Did you know that it can also help with losing weight? You read that correctly, you can lose belly fat by eating oatmeal! Oats contain high levels of dietary fiber which is resistant to digestive enzymes, therefore your body does not process it as caloric intake.

Which oats is best for belly fat loss? ›

If you are particularly trying to shed kilos, steel-cut oats are better as they contain a high amount of fiber. The fiber content in it can keep you fuller for a longer time and control cravings for unhealthy food items. Eating fiber-rich food also improves the count of healthy gut bacteria.

What is the fastest way to eat oats to lose weight? ›

These are:
  1. Phase 1: Eat oatmeal for three meals each day for the first week. During this time, you should be eating only whole oats and not instant oatmeal. ...
  2. Phase 2: After the first week or phase, you'll eat oatmeal for one to two meals a day with a healthy and low-fat option for the other meals.

Do oatcakes make you lose weight? ›

The oatcake is seen as a low-energy dense food, which means it has lower calorie content when compared to its serving size. This means that oatcakes may help you feel fuller on less calories, which when eaten as part of a controlled diet may help you control your weight.

What is healthier toast or oatmeal? ›

Which is healthier, bread or oatmeal? Oatmeal is healthier than bread due to being gluten free, containing less sugar and having a higher percentage of fiber, protein and minerals. Oatmeal contains vitamin A which bread doesn't contain.

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