5 Simple Ways to Use Oat Milk in Your Everyday Meals

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5 Simple Ways to Use Oat Milk in Your Everyday Meals

Natura.ca Blog - 5 Simple Ways to Use Oat Milk in Your Everyday Meals

Ever notice how a simple change in your recipes can make your meals more interesting? That’s exactly why we think oat milk deserves a place in your kitchen! Did you know there’s a creamy texture and slight sweetness to oat milk that makes it easy to incorporate into a variety of dishes? It’s a dairy substitute that’s becoming a favorite choice among those looking for a somewhat healthier change in the way they cook! Whether used for breakfast or incorporated into evening meals, you’ll find that it can be a delicious addition to many dishes. In this article, we’re going to walk you through our top five oat milk hacks. No matter if you follow a plant-based lifestyle or are simply looking to mix things up in the kitchen, you’ll love the ease and versatility of oat milk! Ready to get into it? Let’s jump in!

Cozy Oat Milk Porridge:

Mornings… There’s something special about the start of a new day, isn’t there? It’s the moment when the day is full of potential. So why not start it off with a warm, comforting breakfast? Oat porridge is a quick and easy starter that we love. Ever tried replacing cow’s milk with oat milk in your porridge? It blends wonderfully well with porridge! The yummy result? A bowl that’s creamier, slightly sweeter and utterly comforting. Sprinkle on some cinnamon, throw in a few berries, or a splash of maple syrup, and boom – you’ve got yourself a breakfast that feels like a morning hug.

Blissful Oat Milk Smoothies:

Lonely blender sitting on your countertop? Let’s put it to work! Oat milk will turn an ordinary smoothie into a creamy delight. Just add ripe bananas, a dab of peanut butter, or whatever tickles your fancy, and you’ve got yourself a smoothie that’s a cut above. Seriously, give it a try. Here’s a great smoothie recipe you can try with our oat milk.

Dairy-Free Oat Milk Carbonara Sauce:

Any pasta lovers here? Then imagine a creamy, dairy-free Carbonara sauce. Did you know that replacing dairy cream with oat milk in this recipe is easier than you think? Simply cook garlic in dairy-free butter, whisk in a little flour, then slowly add oat milk until the sauce thickens and becomes silky smooth. Perfect for our long Canadian winter.

Fluffy Oat Milk Pancakes or Waffles:

Weekend breakfasts are a chance to make something a bit more special, don’t you think? Whether you’re cooking for kids or just the adults, pancakes and waffles always hit the spot. Have you ever thought of making batter with oat milk instead of cow’s milk? Try it! It will make them light, fluffy, and just a tad sweeter. Top them with berries and a drizzle of maple syrup and you’ve got a breakfast that’s sure to impress. What’s your weekend breakfast trademark?

Comforting Oat Milk Curries and Soups:

There’s nothing like a warm bowl of soup or curry when it’s cold outside. Using oat milk in these dishes not only helps to soften certain spices, but also adds a touch of creaminess, without weighing them down.  Whether you’re cooking a velvety butternut squash soup or a fragrant Thai green curry, oat milk will do the trick to round out the flavors and make every spoonful perfectly satisfying.

As you can see, incorporating oat milk into your meals can add a creamy texture to your dishes without weighing them down. Not only that, but it’s also a fun way to experiment in the kitchen and add a healthier twist to your recipes. Whether you’re taking inspiration from the ideas shared in this article or crafting something uniquely your own, our Natura oat milk is here to add a touch of magic to your dishes. It doesn’t matter if you’re already an oat milk enthusiast or just oat-curious, there’s no better time than now to start experimenting. So, what recipe will you try tomorrow?

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