Homemade sprouted oat milk that is easy to digest and more nourishing than brands from the store. Quick to make in five minutes with only five ingredients!
Add water and sprouted rolled oats to a blender.
Blend on high for 30 seconds.
Strain liquid into a bowl through a clean white flour sack cloth or dishtowel. Toss or compost sieved oat fragments.
Stir in oil and peptides into the filtered oat milk until mixed well.
Pour into a glass container and refrigerate. Homemade oat milk lasts about 5 days.
Blend well before serving for best taste and consistency.
Do not use steel cut oats or oat groats for this recipe. Rolled oats definitely produce the best results.
Do not blend for more than about 30-45 seconds or the oat milk turns out a bit slimy.
A smidgen is 1/2 pinch or 1/32 of a teaspoon.