Food allergy blogger Amanda Orlando shows us how to create an ever-so-easy homemade oat milk. It’s healthy, food allergy-friendly, dairy-free, vegan, Top 9-free and gluten-free (when you use certified GF oats). And did we mention, simply delicious?
First Amanda shows us how to make a plain dairy-free milk. Then she presents how to flavor it and re-blend to create a choice of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry oat milk. And lastly, she shows us that this milk is also perfect for hot beverages. Strawberry-tinged latte, anyone?
Her oat milk is stored in the fridge, and can be kept for 3 to 4 days in an airtight container (see 6:20 on the video). Enjoy!
For This Recipe, You Will Need
• Cheese cloth or Jelly bag (mesh bag used for straining)
• Bowl or large measuring cup
• 1 cup of quick oats (or gluten-free certified GF oats)
• 1 tsp allergy-safe oil
• 1/4 tsp of sea salt
• 3 cups of water
• Vanilla extract
• Maple syrup
• Dairy-free cocoa powder
See more recipes at: https://www.allergicliving.com/recipes/
Also, see Amanda’s blog: https://www.everydayallergenfree.com