Oat Milk Free PD Recipe

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Making your own Oat Milk eliminates the additives and sugar found in packaged plant-based milks. It will save you money and trips to the market. It tastes just like oats and has a smooth and thick texture.

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    Comments (11)

    1. posted by Sue Ferguson on June 14, 2016

      It’s taking my oat milk a long time to strain thru my nut milk bag. Do you think I didn’t blend long enough?

    2. posted by Dorothy on June 1, 2015

      Deskjockie I wonder if you could use the pulp in some of the muffins or the Breakfast Brownies?

    3. posted by deskjockie on September 21, 2014

      what do you do with the leftover oat pulp? Can you use it in other recipes?

    4. posted by Denise on April 23, 2014

      I just made this and had it on my oatmeal. Delicious, and so quick and easy to make with a high speed blender!

    5. posted by victoria sandiford on December 8, 2013

      Hi Julie Marie,
      when you rinse the oats, are you rinsing away any of the oat’s nutritional goodness?

    6. posted by Vegan Girl on November 7, 2013

      Can you use oat groats instead of steel cut oat in this recipe?

    7. posted by huclkengirl on July 5, 2013

      My question if you have a really good blender do you need to strain this recipe or the rice milk?

      • posted by Julie Marie on July 6, 2013

        If you are using a high speed blender and using the rice or oat milk in a sauce or soup there is no need to strain. If you are drinking it I recommend straining it.

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