Oat Milk and Brown Rice Milk -Phases 1 & 3

Quick Oat Milk

This counts as a grain on Phase 1 and Phase 3, so for those who are having a hard time eating oatmeal for breakfast, this is an easy way to get in that grain!
Use this in smoothies, or just sweeten and drink!

This will keep for only a couple of days so make smaller batch if you cannot use all of this. The ratio is always 1 part rolled oats to 3 parts water, no matter what measuring cup you use!

1 cup is a standard phase 1 portion on FMD.
1.5 cups is the larger portion for higher goal.
¼ cup is a freebie condiment

For Phase 3, your portion would be half of those listed.

I do no strain mine, but you can if you want!


Oat Milk
1 cup rolled oats
3 cups filtered water


Optional: vanilla, sweetener


Soak oats in enough water to cover for at least 20-30 minutes. You can also soak overnight.
Drain and discard the water.
Rinse the oats to remove the oat slime.
Put soaked oats in blender with 3 cups fresh filtered water.
Blend until smooth.
Strain in nut bag if you want.

Flavor with vanilla and sweetener if you like.



Brown Rice Milk

This process and ratios are the same as oat milk- the only difference is that you cook the rice before blending, and the soaking time is definitely over night. This milk will keep a bit longer than oat milk, but since it isn’t appropriate for phase 3 of FMD, you may want to make only what you can use in phase 1.

Portions are the same as oat milk.
1 cup is a standard phase 1 portion on FMD.
1.5 cups is the larger portion for higher goal.
¼ cup is a freebie condiment

Brown Rice Milk
1 cup brown rice, soaked overnight in water, drained and rinsed
2 cups water
3 cups water
Optional: vanilla and sweetener

After rinsing the soaked rice, put into pan and add the 2 cups water. Cook the rice until it is mushy. Put into blender.
Add the 3 cups water and blend.

Strain in nut bag if you want.

Flavor with vanilla and sweetener if you like.

2 comments:

  1. I made your recipe for Oat Milk, a little confused because if I made it using one cup of oats, shouldn't half of the finished product be a single serving in phase one for <20? 1/2 cup is a serving size, correct?

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    1. For <20 lbs, P1 = 1 cup and P3 = 1/2 cup
      For >20 lbs, P1 = 1 1/2 cups and P3 = 3/4 cup

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