Oat milk is a non-dairy substitute that has risen to popularity in the past couple of years and can now be found in most coffee shops! Of Course, along with the rise in popularity came the rise in cost and so I started looking to see if I could make it on my own. This recipe was created by my friend Jaelyn Harlow and is by far the best recipe I have found (I love her little additions to the traditional recipe!). As she grows and shares her creativity, I have been inspired to share it with you too. Today I am excited to share her Oat Milk Recipe with you all!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links- Any profits go towards enhancing my blog and helping me to continue being able to share the things that I love with you all!
About The Author:
Hi there! I’m Jaelyn Harlow, but I go by Jae, & if I were to describe myself in a short sentence, I would say that I am a puppy, pizza, coffee, & Jesus lover. I love doing anything creative & I’ve recently gotten into various different home projects. Ever since I started building a life with my husband & new puppy, my goal was to strive to make less waste as a family. My low waste journey has led me to try new things like growing my own sprouts, making my own oat milk, crocheting my own cotton rounds, & tackling many other homemade sustainable projects or household swaps. This has constantly challenged me to embody more intentionality in everything I do! In regards to the world & people around me, I’m striving to learn more, create more, & love more.
Jae’s Oat Milk Recipe
- 2 cups water
- 1/2 cup oats (both rolled and steel cut will work!)
- 1 pitted date
- 1/2 tbsp maple syrup
- french press
Blend all ingredinets together for 45 seconds- 1 minute
Strain the mixture through a french press and keep your oat milk in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days! You can also easily double the recipe like I did for even more oat milk yumminess