Aug 19, 2015

Homemade Raw Oats Milk Recipe - How to Make Oats Milk at Home



This is one recipe which i wanted to try for a very long time..It is a raw oats milk recipe, so healthy and more important it is vegan, gluten free, dairy free and a healthy diet recipe. If you are in diet and you miss your milkshakes, then add this milk into your milkshakes and enjoy life..

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These taste good on its own, but you can add it to black coffee, but they taste great when made into milkshakes and smoothies..


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 30 mins
Soaking Time : 30 mins
Makes : around 5 cups of milk

Ingredients:

Oats - 1 cup ( use old fashioned or rolled)
Water - 2 cups + 3 cups for grinding
Sugar or Honey to taste
Vanilla Essence or Cardamom Powder to taste

Method:

Take oats in a bowl, add in 2 cups of water and soak them for 30 mins.

Now take them in a blender and puree them, add more water if needed.

Strain this and take the pulp back in the blender and add more water and puree again. Strain this again.

Now discard the pulp or use them in baking or cooking.

Strain the milk one more time.

Add in sugar and vanilla to taste.


Chill for couple of hours.


Serve cold.

Pictorial:
Take your oats


Take that in a bowl


add water to it


now mix well


soak this for 30 mins


now lets grind this


take it in a blender


grind them


sieve them


press and extract as much milk as possible





this is the sediment


take that in blender again


add more water


puree again


sieve them


this is how it looks..you can use that oats pulp in cooking..add it to chapati dough or milkshakes or baking


sieve the milk once more





this is the oats milk


take it in a bowl


add in honey or sugar


Add in cardamom powder or vanilla essence


mix well


serve cold on its own or add to milkshakes

14 comments:

  1. I wanna try this,but don't have oats,but have oats pwar..so can I use it ,if s how???

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  2. Very inspirational and healthy cooking at it's best Aarthi!!!

    I am going to try this right away.

    BTW this reminds me of the coconut milk that i make at home. I have a Preethi coconut/fruit/tamarind extractor jar which am planning to use for this. Lazy me already plotting to eliminate one more step (sieving) from this super simple brilliant recipe.

    Thank you for the same.

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  3. How long can it be stored?

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  4. I can serve this drink hot?

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  5. Hi....great recipe... Just wanted to know if it can be used as milk substitute in recipes such as tea or payasam

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  6. I am not sure if my earlier post was sent....just wanted to know if this can be used as a milk substitute to make tea or payasam..... I am developing allergy to regular milk

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  7. @tammuu can add this to tea or coffee and yes payasam also will work. but the taste will be little diff

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  8. wouldn't we lose the fiber content of oats if we use the milk ? whats the nutrient value retained the the oats milk.. I understand its cholesterol free... pls clarify...

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  9. @Anonymousthis is a option for dairy free diet. since we are extracting as much milk possible, i think the fibers wont be lost

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