Oat Milk

I love to make oat milk, it’s really easy and cheap to do. 1 litre of homemade milk costs me 15p to make and it can be even cheaper depending on how much you pay for your oats. I like to buy organic oats which cost me £1.45 for a kg bag.

Oat Milk

Recipe by Emma
Servings

1 ltr

servings
Prep time

30

minutes

The prep time is in reference to the mininum time required for the oats to soak.

Ingredients

  • 100g of Oats, I like to use Aldi organic oats you can use a cheaper option.

  • 2 Dates – I like to use Medjool, this is optional, you can use alternative sweeteners, for example, agave syrup or you can skip the sweetener

  • 800 – 900 ml of water

Directions

  • Soak a 100g of oats in a 1000ml of water for a minimum of 30 minutes. If you would prefer you can leave your oats soaking overnight.
  • Once your oats are soaked you will need to drain and discard the soaking water. Give the oats a really good rinse in a sieve until the water runs clear
  • Once the oats are rinsed transfer into the blender with 800-1000 ml of water. This is dependent on your preference for thickness. The less water added the thicker your milk will be. I like to add around 850ml as it gives me the perfect amount of milk for the 1-litre bottle.
  • Add your dates or sweetener to the blend.
    Now blend, should only take a few minutes *** If you are using a high powered blender like a Vitamix be careful not to over mix. You don’t want your milk to become warm if it does you will end up with a slimy consistency. ***
  • Once blended tip into your nut bag and squeeze. This bit is messy but lots of fun. Keep Squeezing until you get all the liquid out.
  • Once done transfer into your bottle and store in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Recipe Video

Notes

  • ** Save your oat pulp – It can be reused in another recipe or you could use it as a face mask. Oat pulp will keep in the fridge for 5-7 days, alternative you can freeze and save for another time.
  • ** You will get a natural separation when the milk is sitting in the fridge, as you do with your commercial brands. All you need to do is give a good shake before pouring.
  • ** Homemade oat milk does not work well when heater, it will thicken up. I like to use it for my morning breakfast, overnight oats or smoothies.

Equipment Links

Vitamix Explorian Power Blender White 065861
Lovetree Products Nut Milk Bag, Professional Filter for Almond, Coconut, Greek Yogurt, Soy Milk, Fruit & Veg Cheesecloth Replacement Reusable Strainer, Strong Nylon Mesh, Inc FREE Recipe E-Book

Kilner Square Clip Top Bottle 1ltr | Kilner Preservation Bottle, Decanting Bottle, Olive Oil Bottle, Vinaigrette Bottle, Salad Dressing Bottle, Cordial Bottle, Still Lemonade Bottle, Sloe Gin Bottle


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com