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

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Scottish vegan oatcakes are so tasty and moreish! You can expect an irresistible crunchy, nutty, and savoury hit when you bite into one of these little Scottish gems.

This recipe is quick, easy, and simple and is the only method you'll ever need to create batches of authentic traditional oatcakes.

Looking for an oil-free vegan Scottish oatcake? Check out our easy oil-free oatcake recipe.

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Quick Origin of oatcakes

Oatcakes have been around in Scottish history for thousands of years.

Historically, 14th century Scottish soldiers carried their own bag of oatmeal complete with a piece of metal for cooking.

Water was added to the oatmeal to make a dough and then cooked over a fire.

Oatcakes would have helped soldiers sustain long marches and ward of hunger.

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Oats are the perfect plant powered food to include in your diet.

Scottish oatcakes are the perfect between meal snacks as they are low in sugar and fat but high in plant-based energy and oaty goodness.

Oats are a great source of plant protein, fibre, healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. There is even evidence that oats can help protect heart health, maintain blood sugar levels and aid weight loss by keeping us filled up for longer.

All great excuses to prepare a batch of delicious traditional Scottish oatcakes.

How To Prepare Vegan Scottish Oatcakes

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Recipe Notes

How do I store vegan Scottish oatcakes?

Oatcakes can be stored in an airtight container for up to 7-10 days. Potentially longer if kept in a dry, cool area.

For longer freshness wrap in kitchen foil before placing in the container.

Oatcakes can also be successfully frozen for up to 3 months. Probably longer if well wrapped. Wrap oatcakes in food-safe paper/foil/cling-film and if preferred place in a freezer container or just somewhere in the freezer that they won't get bashed. Place a little piece of parchment paper between each oatcake or a pile, so that it is easier to retrieve a single oatcake or small batch. Defrost at room temperature.

Can I freeze vegan Scottish oatcakes?

Oatcakes can be successfully frozen for up to 3 months. Probably longer if well wrapped.

Wrap oatcakes tightly in food-safe wrap and if preferred place in a freezer container or just somewhere in the freezer that they won't get bashed.

Place a little piece of parchment paper between each oatcake or a few, so that it is easy to pull our a single oatcake or a small batch.

Defrost at room temperature, minus the food wrap.

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Can I refresh soft oatcakes?

Yes!

Just place in the oven on a baking tray, and refresh at the cooking temperature for 5-10 minutes. Leave to cool and they should be nice and crispy again.

Any tips for rolling out oatcake dough?

* divide the dough into 2 pieces for easier rolling.

* sprinkle a generous amount of oatmeal on your board before rolling to prevent oatcake dough sticking as the dough is rolled out quite thin. Also rub some oatmeal dust or a little flour over your rolling pin.

* gently but firmly press down on to the oatmeal dough with the rolling pin at the beginning of rolling it out, as being too heavy handed can end up with the dough flaking.

* pinch the oatcake dough back together if it gets a little flaky at the edges while rolling out.

* if your dough is too dry dab some water onto your fingers and work it into the dough by patting it and sticking the dough together.

* if your dough is too wet just sprinkle more oatmeal over.

Do oatcakes have to be circle shapes?

For a different shape, roll out the dough into a small dinner plate sized circular shape.

Use a knife to cut each circle into 4 triangles. Each triangle is traditionally known as a farl.

What can I serve with vegan Scottish oatcakes?

* peanut butter, almond butter or sunflower butter

*vegan cream cheese, wedges of vegan cheese

* various salad veggies

*pickles, pates, savoury spreads

* guacamole

* salsa

* hummus

* a pat of vegan refried beans

* lentil pate, check out our harvest pumpkin and red lentil flan recipe as the filling can also be used as a delicious pate

* a dollop of jam/jelly

* vegan-friendly chocolate spread

* chopped banana

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Tasty Soups and Stews That Pair Well With A Few Scottish Oatcakes

  • Vegan Irish Stew
  • Traditional Vegan Scottish Stovies
  • Vegan Beef Stew
  • Traditional Vegan Scottish Lentil Soup
  • Vegan Kale And Celery Soup
  • Vegan Potato, Leek And Corn Chowder

Looking for an oil-free Scottish Vegan Oatcake?

We have two recipes on the blog:

Oil-Free Traditional Scottish Vegan Oatcakes

Oil-Free Traditional Scottish Cheesy Oatcakes (cheesy flavour comes from nutritional yeast flakes)

Traditional Scottish Vegan Oatcakes

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Scottish oatcakes are a traditional bake that are crunchy, savoury and satisfying.

Perfect for snacks, lunch or as an accompaniment to a steaming bowl of plant-based soup or stew.

Course Breakfast, Side Dish, Snack

Cuisine Scottish

Prep Time 30 mins

Cook Time 25 mins

Total Time 55 mins

Servings 32 Oatcakes

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Calories 90

Author Jacq

Equipment

  • Baking trays

  • Biscuit/cookie cutter about 6-7cm diameter for smaller oatcakes and about 8-9 cm for larger oatcakes.

  • Rolling pin

Ingredients

Metric - US Customary

Instructions

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

    Mix the oatmeal, salt, sugar, and baking powder together in a bowl.

  • Pour the boiling water into a jug.

  • Add the oil to the oatmeal and mix.

  • Bring the mix together into a firm dough.

    Knead gently but firmly to bring it all together.

    Sprinkle oatmeal on your worktop and place the oatmeal dough on top.

  • Pat down the warm oatmeal dough with your hands.

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    Squeeze together any cracked bits. It should easily mould back together. A little water dabbed and smoothed over the cracks with your fingertip can help bring the dough back together.

    (To make rolling easier the dough can be halved and one part rolled/patted out at a time).

    If your dough is too sticky just sprinkle more oatmeal over.

  • Roll out gently.

    This part can take a little time.

    Roll out until very thin to about half a cm.

  • I usually use a 6 cm biscuit cutter to gently stamp out circles. I have also used an 8 cm cutter as I love large oatcakes.

    But any size will do.

    Just give the cutter a little shoogle to remove the oatcake or you may need to use a spatula to carefully scoop up the oatcake.

  • Once all the oatcakes have been cut out and the ends of dough are left squish it all back together and roll out. Sprinkle more oatmeal over your worktop.

    Repeat until all the dough has been used.

  • Place the oatcakes in the oven until lightly golden at the edges and the top is firm to touch.

    Don't bake till golden.

    You can bake your oatcakes on any shelf in your oven as you may need to add several trays at once. Just check each tray as the top tray may be done before the ones under it.

    Smaller oatcakes should be ready between 18-22 minutes. Check after 18 minutes.

    Larger oatcakes may need 23-25 minutes. Or a few minutes longer depending on your oven.

  • Leave the oatcakes for a few minutes on the baking tray before removing on to a wire rack to cool completely.

Notes

  • Nutritional information is provided for guidance only and is not a strict calculation as ingredients vary.
  • Do check out the recipe notes and FAQS section for top tips on preparing Scottish oatcakes.
  • Oatcakes will keep fresh wrapped in kitchen foil, and/or an airtight container for up to 7-10 days. Possibly longer if well wrapped and kept in a cool, dry place.
  • Oatcakes can be frozen, well wrapped to avoid freezer burn, for up to 3 months. Place a piece of kitchen paper between each oatcake or a small pile, so its more easy to remove a few from the freezer. Defrost at room temperature and if necessary pop back in the oven (at the cooking temperature) for 5-10 minutes to re-fresh and re-crisp.
  • Oatcakes are a delicious sub for bread to serve with stews and soups.
  • Or have a few oatcakes for lunch with slices of tomatoes, cucumber and vegan cheese. A scoop of pickle is also tasty as is a pat of vegan cream cheese.
  • Oatcakes are a wonderful starter for a special meal especially served with some tasty vegan pate, hummus or refried beans.

Nutrition

Calories: 90kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 86mg | Potassium: 1mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 1g | Calcium: 17mg | Iron: 1mg

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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.

What are Scottish oatcakes made of? ›

Scottish Oatcakes are traditional savoury biscuits or crackers that are perfect with cheese. So easy and satisfying to make, I think they're head and shoulders above shop bought ones. Containing just oats, salt, olive oil or butter plus water, you'll be surprised just how good homemade Scottish Oatcakes are.

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.

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.

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 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.

Can I eat oatmeal as a vegan? ›

If you want a hot, simple, and filling vegan breakfast, oatmeal is a great choice. Steel cut oats take longer than rolled oats to cook, but many people consider the improved texture worth the added time. Kathy Hester has devoted an entire cookbook to vegan oatmeal recipes.

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 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.

What is the difference between Scottish oatmeal and regular oatmeal? ›

Scottish Oats:

They are not rolled, they are not cut, they are ground. The texture of Scottish oatmeal is fairly fine, though more coarsely ground than flour. In the United Kingdom, this is what they imagine when you say oatmeal. In the United States, this is what we imagine when we use the term porridge.

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 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 oat cakes good for 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.

Are oat biscuits good for cholesterol? ›

Oats Can Lower Cholesterol, Stabilize Blood Sugar

Oatmeal contains a soluble fiber called beta-glucan that can help improve insulin response and possibly reduce blood sugar too.

What are the disadvantages of eating oatmeal? ›

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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.

Is oatmeal good for colon? ›

Every time you eat a bowl of oats, they get busy feeding your body fiber, and fiber can help keep things moving through your colons and intestines. And that's great – because you definitely want to make sure that colon is chugging along.

Does oat reduce belly fat? ›

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

Does oats help burn 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 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 avoid a vegan diet? ›

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  • 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 do vegans eat for breakfast instead of eggs? ›

Beans and tofu are excellent sources of protein. Walnuts and flaxseed are perfect additions for omega 3. Some of our favorite breakfasts are: overnight oats with nuts, fruit and agave syrup; vegan pancakes with soy yoghurt, banana and berry compote; and scrambled tofu on whole grain toast.

Can vegans eat bananas? ›

Bananas have always been a quick and healthy go-to snack for those on a vegan diet. Enjoyed on their own, and in desserts, they are considered as one of the most versatile fruits.

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.

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.

What is oatmeal called in Scotland? ›

Porridge, or Oatmeal, is a dish that has existed in Scotland for over thousands of years. To make porridge, simply boil oatmeal, or rolled 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.

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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How do you stop gas after eating oatmeal? ›

Water helps to push the fiber through your digestive system. Staying hydrated also prevents the fiber from hardening and obstructing your intestine.

Why do Scots put salt in porridge? ›

As the comments above suggest, adding salt is a shibboleth, a test for Scottishness or identification with Scotland in the vast diaspora of Scots. And it makes practical sense if one is cooking a porridge to keep cold for the next day or the rest of the week (more on that later).

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.

Which oatmeal is the healthiest to eat? ›

"Steel-cut oats are the least processed [type of oats] and the best option health-wise," says Kylie Ivanir, MS, RD, a registered dietitian with Within Nutrition. "The fibers in them are very healthy for the gut, hormones, satiety, and weight loss."

Are oatcakes a good alternative to bread? ›

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

Are oatcakes and hummus 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.

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 the most healthy cake to eat? ›

Healthiest: Angel Food Cake

Angel Food Cake is made with egg whites and no butter, which gives it a fluffy, sponge-like consistency. One slice of this cake is only about 70 calories. Top with fresh strawberries and you are golden!

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.

Are Scottish oat cakes 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.

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 .

Does oatmeal block vitamin absorption? ›

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Grains contain phytic acid, which, when untreated, combines with calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc within the intestinal track. This results in the blocking of the absorption of these minerals.

What happens if you eat oatmeal everyday for a month? ›

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A cup of oats delivered 4 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber to help lower body weight, improve cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. It also provided health-building minerals such as phosphorus and magnesium.

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.

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.

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.

Can you eat oatcakes on a diet? ›

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.

How many calories are in a Scottish oatcake? ›

There are 48 calories in 1 oatcake (10.8 g) of Nairn's Scottish Oatcakes.

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 when you eat oatmeal every morning? ›

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.

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.

Are oatcakes high in fat? ›

The oatcake is also low in fat and a good source of protein. One cake contains 4 grams of total fat, 1 gram of saturated fat and 7 grams of protein, meeting 6 percent of your daily value for total fat, 5 percent of your daily value for saturated fat and 14 percent of your daily value for protein.

Are Scottish oatcakes low carb? ›

Original Scottish Oatcakes (1 oatcake) contains 8.1g total carbs, 6.5g net carbs, 2.2g fat, 1.4g protein, and 55 calories.

Why are Scottish oats better? ›

Just like steel-cut oats, they're neither precooked nor rolled. However, unlike steel-cut oats, when Scottish oats are made, the oat groats are ground into small, pin-sized pieces. This difference in processing means that Scottish oats turn out creamier than steel-cut oats and have a more stew-like texture.

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.

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.

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