Oat milk is incredibly popular and trendy right now. Brands from Quaker to Silk and Califia Farms have all recently released their own lines of oat milk following Oatly‘s huge success. Now, dairy-free brand Mooala famous for their bananamilk, has joined the party with the release of their Coconut Oatmilk.
Mooala’s Oatmilk is made from toasted oats blended with coconut cream. It’s also gluten-free, sugar-free, carrageenan-free, and organic. Jeff Richards, Mooala founder and SEO says, “Consumers are increasingly migrating to the plant-based lifestyle to eat more mindfully, and oatmilk is quickly becoming a mainstream favorite due to its versatility. However, most oatmilks on the market are over-processed and full of sugary carbs. We wanted to offer consumers an organic and better-for-you option, so we introduced Mooala Organic Coconut Oatmilk. It’s a creamy and delicious gamechanger with zero grams of sugar per serving for people looking to keep up with their wellness goals.”
As well as being sugar-free, this milk only has 50 calories per serving, has no preservatives, and has as much calcium as dairy milk. It will first be available in Whole Foods and Safeway-Albertsons regionally.
Make Your Own Oat Milk
Would you like to try making your own Oat Milk at home to save money? Try this easy recipe from our Food Monster App:
Simple Vanilla Oat Milk
Source: Simple Vanilla Oat Milk
This recipe by Kelly Williams is the easiest of easy homemade non-dairy milk recipes. To make Oat Milk, the only equipment you need is a blender and a nut milk bag. Unlike nuts, oats require very little soaking, so you can make a batch in nearly no time. And if you lack a fancy-pants blender, you’ll still be able to have creamy, delicious non-dairy milk without a trip to the grocery store.
If you try this recipe, we hope you enjoy it. For more delicious recipes, download our Food Monster App where we have over 15,000 vegan and allergy-friendly recipes!
For more information on non-dairy milk, check out Why Non-Dairy Milk Beats Dairy Milk Every Time, Why You Should Grab a Glass of Almond, Soy or Other Non-Dairy MILK Today (and Every Day), and 5 Side Effects of Consuming Too Much Dairy Protein.