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How-to Make Homemade Oat Milk (Recipe) – Quick & Easy

81 thoughts on “How-to Make Homemade Oat Milk (Recipe) – Quick & Easy

    1. +Julia Moriah – You are very welcome Julia. We’re glad this helped.

    1. +Veganlovlie | Vegan Fusion-Mauritian Cooking it’s awesome! thankyou so much! I’m never drinking expensive almond milk again!

    2. +NyteKore Legacy Hi there, yes you can make it without coconut. The coconut just improves the taste and the fat in the coconut gives the milk a nicer texture. You can either just omit it or add a few drops of hemp or sunflower oil or 2-3 almonds and blend together. I hope this helps. Let me know how you like this milk. 🙂

    3. this blew my mind that you can make your own milk at home, I’ll use this for the rest of my life!

    1. +Mundo LaE At 00:19 it says “2 cups water”. Thanks for watching. 🙂

    1. +Lystra Matthias If you leave the oats soaking for too long, you’ll get a somewhat slimy milk. You can reduce this by using quick oats and not soaking it. Or if you want, you can use oat groats, soak them overnight, drain all the water, rinse them a few times (in a sieve), then add fresh water to blend.

    1. +Andrea Miranda – You’re welcome. Thank you for leaving us a feedback. 🙂

  1. Blackstrap molasses works well as sweetener also; and it has much health benefits. A dash of vanilla too. All the best.

    1. +Yarn Buzz Yes, you can of course flavour and sweeten this milk to your liking. Blackstrap molasses is great too, I use it in a number of recipes. Thanks for your comment. 🙂

    1. +Suraj Kulkarni – It keeps well for 2 – 3 days Suraj. Hope this helps. 🙂

    1. +yuki shiro – The residue can be used in cookies, mixed in homemade bread dough, make cakes/muffins. I’ve got two videos where I’ve used it and it’s in the description box under the video.
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  2. thats agua de horchata de avena , we also have agua de horchata de arroz, in Mexico and is a regular beverage, like a soft drink, prepared whit a little milk, powder cinnamon, vainilla and sugar, is like a drink to accompany any meal, we made water of all fruits and seeds things that you recently had discovery, water of chia, of lemon that you call lemonade, water of mangoes, water of pineapple, etc, anybody that has being in Mexico knows that for centuries we have made this waters, you chop a watermelon, put it in a blender, them add it to a whole 5 or 8 liters picher whit more water, sugar and ice, the same for all fruits and seeds, even watermelon seeds!

  3. Hi, my GF is allergic (I think) to coconut, since it’s a tree nut. Any alternatives that I can add to the oat milk for retention? Thanks!

    1. Despite its name, coconut is not actually a nut, but a fruit. The most accepted theory is that coconuts are classified as drupes (more specifically “dry drupes”). A drupe is a fruit with a hard stony covering enclosing the seed (like a peach or olive). While it is possible to be allergic to coconut, it might however be best to check whether your GF is actually allergic to coconut. If that’s the case, you can just leave it out, or add hemp seeds or hemp/olive oil instead. Hope this helps. 🙂

  4. How much milk do you end up with 1 cup of oats? Your end product looks quite thick, somewhere between single cream and whole fat (by UK standards). I imagine you could water it down quite a bit and it still be fine, right?

  5. do you happen to know what the nutrition content would be? im trying to find milk substitutes for my boys (2 & 4) that are cheaper than silk brand milks. thanks!

    1. Yes, it is really helpful, economical and very practical. I use this milk in many recipes. 🙂

    1. The residue can be used in cookies, mixed in homemade bread dough, make cakes/muffins. I’ve got two videos where I’ve used it and it’s in the description box under the video.
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      I’ll have to try it with the meatless meatballs recipe before being able to give you a feedback on this. 🙂 Thank you for commenting. ❤️

  6. omg thank you! I finally found a recipe I love 😍 My parents won’t let me buy almond or any kind of dairy substitute milk so I’ll be sure to make this today!

  7. Hi there! I just came across your video today. Subscribed before the end . I’m vegetarian quickly advancing to vegan. I love your voice btw and thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes makes it easier for me.

    1. Aww…you’re welcome lovely. You’re teaching so many of us how easy it is to prepare tasty but nutritious meals…and you do it so warmly. Blessings to you and yours always. 

  8. hi ….I prepared this oat milk …mine came out gelatinous n little brown in color…..I sifted t milk but I feel its not like milk…..help me

    1. k………….thnku for ur ideas…………..though m nt vegan…..i hv tried most of ur recipes it came out well…………u hv done a good work on posting ur recipes ….i hv started eating veggies more nowadays wt good taste……..good job..keep goin………..

    2. It depends on the oats that you are using. I used quick oats. If you are using rolled oats, you need to soak it for 20 minutes, then pour out the water. And then fill with fresh water to blend. Also it depends on your blender. If you have a powerful blender, the milk will be thicker. You can adjust it just by diluting it with some water.

    1. Hi Sudha, If you leave the oats soaking for too long, you’ll get a somewhat slimy milk. You can reduce this by using quick oats and not soaking it. Or if you want, you can use oat groats, soak them overnight, drain all the water, rinse them a few times (in a sieve), then add fresh water to blend. Hope this helps 🙂

  9. Great recipe, I usually only use cinnamon in my oat milk, so I can’t wait to try your recipe! Thank you!

  10. I made it and it was pretty good! I put it on my hot tea for breakfast, used the oat pulp on pancakes and trying to make some mango smoothie bowl tomorrow! Thanks for such a great, easy and delicious recipe!

  11. ▶ Veganlovlie Recipes / Beverages / Teas ▶▶▶ Homemade Oatmilk is a delicious alternative to dairy milk. It is cheap, quick and very easy to make. Adding some coconut flakes help the milk to hold itself better together. ✿ FULL RECIPE ✿

    I have used quick oats here but I have had better results (taste-wise) by using oat groats that are soaked overnight, drained and rinsed then used as per the same recipe.

    Add more coconut if you like the taste better.

    Oatmilk can be used in as a drink on its own, in tea / coffee, in smoothies, in baking (where dairy-free milk is called), in sauces (bechamel, vegan mac and ‘cheese’) and curries.

    The oat pulp that is left after straining the milk can be used in cookies, cakes, bread or added to porridge. Here are a couple of videos where I’ve used it:

    By the way, if you are wondering, the blender that I use (which works great!) is this Oster one —

    You can also use milk bags, instead of a piece of fabric, to strain the milk like this one —

    Culina stainless steel fine mesh strainer —

    Pyrex jug —

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