Have you ever tried Oat Milk? It is d-lish, especially warm with a pinch of cinnamon. I made some for Claire to try in her sippy cup and I thought I would share the process with you all!
First off gather your supplies. You will need oats, water, a pinch of salt, a blender, strainer, and something to store liquid
Grind your oats in the blender. This will speed up the soaking process. Add two cups of oats to your container and add 5 cups of water, with the pinch of salt. Give it a shake and let this soak in the fridge over night.
Now that your oats have soaked strain your oats through a strainer into a large bowl, or another storage container. Smoosh the soft oats through the strainer getting out every last bit of milk. You can also use a cheesecloth which will be easier and faster, sadly I didn't have one.
That's it that's all! Discard the mushy oats and enjoy your oat milk. Store it in the fridge for up to 7 days. Try it warm with a pinch of cinnamon before bed. YUM. Dairy free and d-lish!