- 100 grams Raw Oats, (I used rolled oats)
- 750 grams water, (you can add more to make it thinner)
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
Place the oats in a bowl, cover with water, and soak for 10 minutes.
Drain the oats, and place in the TM jug.
Add the 750 grams water, salt, and vanilla.
If you would like to add something to sweeten the milk, you could add it now.
blend at speed 8 for 1 minute.
The result should be a smooth, creamy looking liquid.
Pour milk through a nut-milk bag (or piece of muslin/cheesecloth) and squeeze until only pulp is left.
(Some people quite like the milk unstrained, and just add a little more water for consistency)
Place in an air-tight jug in the fridge.
Can be enjoyed for up to four days.
You may need a nut-milk bag for making Oat milk.
You can add / subtract ingredients according to taste and dietary needs. Be creative!
*Recipe adapted for TM from 'Spicie Foodie'. Photo borrowed from Google images.
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