How To Make Homemade Oat Milk

Today, many people are looking for non-dairy milk alternatives.

Consequently, they have turned to products such as soy, rice, coconut, almond, rice, cashew, hemp, among others.

However, one of the latest raves is oat milk, not only because of its nutritional value but also because of cost and convenience.

Notwithstanding, the protest of ‘old-timers’ that milk can only be produced by animals, the new milk revolution is taking over the market.

So, not only are more companies turning towards the commercialization of this new milk phenomenon, but more and more people are doing their domestic production.

The fact is, oat milk is one of the easiest and most inexpensive to produce.

Here is an easy recipe to get you started with your homemade ready to drink oat milk:   

 Total Time: 5m Yield: 4 cups 


1 cup rolled oats


optional 1/8 tsp salt

sweetener of choice — maple syrup, dates, stevia, sugar, raisins, banana, etc.


Use 2 1/2 to 4 cups water, depending on desired thickness.

Combine all ingredients in a blender until completely smooth.

Pour mixture into a fine-mesh strainer, cheesecloth, coffee filter, or nut bag set over a large bowl.

Squeeze out the liquid. (Discard pulp or save for different use.) If needed, strain a second time.

Store leftover milk sealed in the fridge up to five days, or it can be frozen for a later date.

What are the benefits of oat milk?

Low Calorie

Cholesterol Free

Quick and Easy To Make

Soy, Dairy, Nut, & Coconut Free

And it’s naturally thick with no emulsifiers or other additives

Carol Maye, Readers Bureau, Fellow

Edited by Jesus Chan 

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