HOW TO MAKE OAT MILK IN THREE EASY STEPS

How to make oat milk in three easy steps

How to make oat milk in three easy steps

Once reserved for specialty stores, oat milk is now available in stores. It is full of health benefits! But before Oatly, Califia and Willa, oat milk was mostly a homemade product - a quick and cheap non-dairy substitute for milk at home around the world. And making oat milk from scratch is super easy, quick, and easy to prepare. Unlike homemade milk, oat milk doesn't need to be cooled before it's ready (in fact, it's not recommended, as it can increase the viscosity of oatmeal like the finished product) , you can make some in minutes if you are in a pinch at home. 

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All you need to make an homemade oat milk is rolled oats (save the steel cut oat for oatmeal, they will not work here) and some cold or room temperature water filtered or tap water both work). Of course, homemade oat milk can be as sweet as you want, with sugar, honey, agave or whatever you like, or warmed with cocoa powder. Ash, cinnamon, dates or dehydrated strawberries - neutral points and the options seem endless. The recipe can be doubled or halved, depending on your speed and enthusiasm for drinking oat milk.

Here's how to make oat milk completely from scratch.
How to make oat milk
 
Follow the steps below to make homemade oat milk in just five minutes.

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Ingredients:

  •  1 cup oatmeal
  •  3 cups of water
  •  A pinch of salt (optional)

 Method:

  •  Put everything in a blender. Add flavor, if desired. Mix on high for 30 seconds or until oats are completely incorporated.
  • Place a cheesecloth or strainer lined with coffee filter paper over a bowl large enough to hold the oat milk. Place the oat milk mixture in a large bowl.
  •  Transfer the oat milk to a jar and refrigerate for up to five days. If the milk starts to separate, tap it before opening the jar.

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Is oat milk gluten free?

Yes, oat milk is gluten free. Oats are truly gluten-free, which means that oatmeal and oat milk are gluten-free, as long as they are not contaminated. 

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