I was back at the blender this morning.
We ran out of almond milk last week and the weekend got away on me, so there was no almond milk for breakfast Monday morning. Sad.
Luckily, it only takes a few turns of the blender and we had delicious vanilla almond milk once again.
It was also time for more oat milk—this time with honey as a sweetner.
All the steps were the same, except instead of adding medjool dates, I added two tablespoons of honey.
Super easy to make. Very yummy. Try it! And let me know what you think!
1 Cup of Old-fashioned Rolled Oats
3 Cups of water
2 Teaspoons of Vanilla Extract
2 Tablespoons of Honey
Add first two ingredients to blender and blend. I have a Blendtec, so I use the Whole Juice setting (and I don’t strain my milk).
Once blended, you can strain the oats out using cheesecloth. (I skip this step because I like the creaminess that the blended oats give the milk. Plus it’s easier and less messy—huge benefits in my house.)
Add the vanilla and honey to the milk in the blender (if you’ve strained it, pour it back in the blender) and pulse 2-4 times to mix together.
Chill and serve.