Vegan Chocolate or Vanilla Oat Bran Milk

 

Non Dairy Preservable Milk Making on Punk Domestics

 

Oat Bran Milk

Add 1 cup of water to 1/4 Cup Oat Bran Cereal. 
(Substitutions include:  Oats, Steel cut Oats, Bran, Barley, Wheatgerm etc.)

Heat for 2 minutes in the microwave or on stove top until oats have softened.
Pour the Oat / Water mixture into 2 Cups water. 
Add in flavors: 
1 tsp. Stevia Powder
1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
And 1 Tbs. of Cocoa powder for Chocolate Milk.
Pinch of Sea Salt.

Blend or Food Process for 2 minutes on high.
Pour the mixture through a strainer into a glass container.
Refrigerate up to 5 days. 
Use in smoothies, cooking, baking or heat a cup for a morning drink.
The oat bran left in the strainer can be frozen and used in cookies, cakes

or breakfast bars for added nutrition.

Oat Bran leftovers strained out of liquid can be frozen and used
in future cookies, pie crusts, etc.
Great substitute for Soy, Nut or Coconut Milk and at about .20 per 8oz. glass?  Great savings as well.
Leave out the sweetener and you’ve got a milk for cooking savory sides with added nutrition.
Other Diary Alternative posting:

Flax Seed Milk

 
 
All great alternatives to Cow’s Milk and much less expensive overall.
Plus you can keep the dry ingredients for months, years and always have a source on hand
to mix up some milk without spoiling or additives.
VEGA Plant Protein mixes + Dairy Free Milks make a great meal substitute
 
Using Dairy Free Milks with smoothies can greatly increase the vitamin intake and still be delicious!
If you’d like more information on Dairy Free Cooking you can click here:
 
 

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