Creamy in texture and slightly nutty in taste, oat milk has quickly become a go-to non-dairy milk alternative. The fact that oat milk is nut-free and soy-free makes it suitable not only for plant-based diets but also for anyone with a nut allergy or dairy intolerance.
With just a few ingredients and your trusty blender, it's easy to make DIY oat milk, and unlike many of the store bought oat milks, this creamy homemade version lacks the nasty oils and preservatives. Here's how to make your oat milk at home for a simple, dairy-free beverage at a fraction of the cost.
-1 Cup organic oats
-3-4 Cups Water
-2 Medjool dates
01. Mix all of the ingredients into a blender and whizz for 1-2 minuets
02. Pour through a sieve to remove any little oat bits, or use a nut milk bag stainer
03. Pour into a clean glass air tight bottle and store in the fridge for up to 3 days
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