Oats and Wholemeal Flour Puff Puff
Recipe Category: Snacks
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Serves: 2
No sugar highs, components with low glycemic indexes, which are good for you, best of all less guilt.
  • 1 cup of Oat Flour (158 calories)
  • ½ cup of Wheat Flour (187 calories)
  • 3 - 4 tbs of honey - depending on your tolerance for sweetness 64 calories per tbs
  • 1 packet of fast action yeast (7g - 23 calories)
  • ¼ - ½ cup warm water -
  • 1 tbs of Sunflower oil (120 calories) for frying in a 'Masa' pan
Calorie Count
  • Total calories 703 (using 3 tbs of honey). This can feed 2 people conveniently. Now divide by 2 and you've got a very healthy snack right there. 351 calories. No guilt. Say Thank you. Lol.
  1. To make your own Oat flour, simply blend in a dry mill as you would egusi for example
  2. Measure 1 baking standard cup of Oat flour into a bowl
  3. Add ½ cup of wholemeal, one packet of yeast and honey
  4. Combine with warm water and stir till there are no lumps. Start with ¼ cup of water and add more slowly. A reader's feedback of this recipe was that you would need less water than the standard puff puff recipe
  5. Leave in a warm place to rise. I turned my oven on for 3 minutes and turned it off. This was after 15 minutes
  6. and later after another 15 minutes
  7. Choose your preferred method of frying. Mine is to use a 'Masa' pan, to which a few drops of oil are added to each hole and filled with a tablespoon of the mixture on medium heat.
  8. Flip over when the bottom has browned, and chew airy delicious healthy puff puff
  9. Likewise, you can fry like a crumpet or fry flat in a pan. See literature for details
Recipe by Dooney's Kitchen at http://dooneyskitchen.com/fitfam-puff-puff-recipe-development-phase/