Due to my excessive fascination to a blog site (which I discovered just recently) on healthy eating and lifestyle, Organicready.org, I decided to try one of its featured recipes, the “Oat and Almond Milk Recipe” just because it looked super delish. Unfortunately, it was a late night craving so I just had to make the most of what was available in the cupboard. In other words, it went a bit different from the original recipe. Instead, I made my own version of it, just a simple delightful drink, Peanuts and Oats Milk.
· 1 ½ cup – Rolled Oats
· 1 hand full – Peanuts
· 10 drops – Almond extract
· 2 tbsp. – Honey
· 3 glasses – water
You’ll also need:
· 1 pc. – Nut milk bag (or in my case, I used a clean thin cloth slightly similar to it, just to serve the purpose for straining)
Mix all the ingredients in a blender for 30 seconds (or in my case, I gave few extra seconds to achieve a slight creamy texture).
Finally, pour the mixture out over a strainer into a glass container. Get ready to do some straining and squeezing!
Then, voila! I get to have a replacement for milk that’s still healthy. I tried it plain and really loved it. I also plan to use it as an organic replacement for my coffee creamer.
For storing, I had mine sealed in the fridge and hope it can last up to 2-3 days. Enjoy!