Oat And Milk Ratio
Fine mesh strainers also let too much pulp through so we don t recommend using them. You can follow the recipe we have on the site for overnight oats but a quick ratio to reference is 1 1 oats to milk.
Any more water and the oat milk will be thinner and not as creamy.
Oat and milk ratio. If you want to add additional creaminess with yogurt you can add half as much. The ratio is key. How to make it creamy.
Add 1 2 cup 125 ml of milk and 1 2 cup old fashioned oats into a container. If you are using quick cooking or rolled oats the ratio is 1 cup of liquid per 1 2 cup of oats. Multiply the ingredients by the number of people you are serving.
Another key is using rolled oats not the quick 1 minute or oat flour. You also want to choose one with a nice clean oat flavor but nothing so strong that it will overpower other ingredients. The quick one minute oats and the oat flour have already been pulverized and released their oils therefore not making them ideal for making oat milk.
We found nut milk bags let too much pulp through. Stick with a 2 1 ratio of liquid to oats when making overnight oats to achieve a spoonable porridge like consistency. Measure the oats and milk into a container with a lid.
Think beyond water use milk or juice for a boost of calcium and creamy flavor make oatmeal with low fat milk instead of water. To make oat milk simply add 1 cup rolled oats 4 cups water to a high speed blender and blend on high for 30 45 seconds. Then strain through a clean t shirt or towel for best results.
For every cup of rolled oats add 3 5 cups water. For steel cut oats the ratio is 1 cup of liquid per 1 4 cup of oats. Look for a brand that isn t too thick or thin.
Use full fat milk for a creamy taste or use low fat milk for a lighter texture. Oat milk is essentially made from oats blended with water but each brand has its own taste texture and milk like consistency. Mason jars and plastic bowls work well for this method.