DIY Oat Milk

food health Aug 15, 2019

There’s no denying it, non-dairy alternatives aren’t the same as their dairy-counterparts. Not in texture or taste, but that’s okay - they aren’t made from dairy! The main perk of these products is that they don’t create a reaction in the body for those of us intolerant to dairy. 

While many dairy lovers (all personal responses I’ve heard) scoff at nut milk alternatives, quite a few have fallen in love with oat milk. It offers a much creamy texture than almond milk and has a subtle sweet nutty taste. 

DIY Oat Milk is great for two main reasons:

  1. Store bought milks can be costly & making your own is a simple way to trim expenses
  2. Avoiding exposure to food various food additives 

Point two is worth expanding on, but first, recipe time. 

What you’ll need:

    • Blender
    • Sieve (fine mesh strainer), cheese cloth, or some crafty AF skills
    • Bowl
    • Sealed container to store oat milk
    • 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats 
      • If you’re gluten intolerant or celiac, make sure to pick up gluten-free oats. They are naturally gluten-free, but often processed on machinery that also processes wheat and other gluten-containing foods.
    • 3 cups water + extra for soaking oats
    • Optional:
      • 2 dates, pitted
      • Pinch of pink himalyan sea salt
      • ¼-½ teaspoon vanilla extract 
      • ¼ teaspoon cinnamon 

For the full recipe & more on point two visit Jadore-Detroit.com here!

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