I dehydrated my oats and groats after sprouting, but you might not have to. You can play with these measurements as you see fit, but this actually worked out as a crunchy crust that stayed crunchy under cheesecake! It could be used for cookies as well, I think.

Recipe Directions

1. Grind oats and groats into flour before adding other ingredients.

2. Add almond pulp and blend well.

3. Add agave, vanilla, and stevia, if using, and blend, letting it run for awhile until it is really smooth.

4. Spread out on a Teflex about 1/4 inch thick and dehydrate for about 8 to 12 hours until it feels dried and hardened.

5. Trim to fit pan and use any cheesecake topping over it.

LisaMarie's Thoughts

By LisaMarie

I dehydrated my oats and groats after sprouting, but you might not have to.

You can play with these measurements as you see fit, but this actually worked out as a crunchy crust that stayed crunchy under cheesecake!

It could be used for cookies as well, I think.

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Carrie, I would at least soak raw oat groats, then dry them in the dehydrator before grinding into a flour. I think I will edit this, as they should be ground before adding the agave. Cherie, you could use the liquid, just go sparingly to taste. The stevia is not necessary, but it does cut down on the agave for stickiness factor. This dough is pretty sticky, and takes awhile to dehydrate.

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I have Oat Groats... do you have to sprout these or can i just grind them up?? I'll try this w/o the Stevia (just add a little extra agave :) This sounds great - i don't like a really moist or nutty crust, so i think this will work perfectly!

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LisaMarie, I am anxious to try this. I have Stevia, but it is liquid. When you say a packet, does it come powdered like in those little equal packets? How critical is it to the recipe? I just added it to my recipe box. Thank you in advance for the additional info.

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Carrie, I would at least soak raw oat groats, then dry them in the dehydrator before grinding into a flour. I think I will edit this, as they should be ground before adding the agave. Cherie, you could use the liquid, just go sparingly to taste. The stevia is not necessary, but it does cut down on the agave for stickiness factor. This dough is pretty sticky, and takes awhile to dehydrate.

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LisaMarie, I am anxious to try this. I have Stevia, but it is liquid. When you say a packet, does it come powdered like in those little equal packets? How critical is it to the recipe? I just added it to my recipe box. Thank you in advance for the additional info.

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I have Oat Groats... do you have to sprout these or can i just grind them up?? I'll try this w/o the Stevia (just add a little extra agave :) This sounds great - i don't like a really moist or nutty crust, so i think this will work perfectly!

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