The textural properties of acorn flour gels were investigated with the variations in the concentraction, storage time and storage temperature by the use of Instron Universal Testing Machine. The experimental design was $3^3$ factorial experiment. TPA curves of acorn flour gels showed two sharp peaks in the first bite and no negative peak. The hardness and brittleness of acorn flour gels were very significantly affected by concentration, storage time and storage temperature. For the height difference between first peak and second peals, the main effects for concentration and storage temperature were very significant and the main effect for storage time was not negligible. For bend, the effect of concentration was more significant than the effect of storage temperature, and storage time effect was negligible. Springiness was affected only by the concentration.