Photo by Ken Brown Photography

Photo by Ken Brown Photography


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Strawberry Vanilla Oat Milk

Strawberry Vanilla Oat Milk


I found the absolute cutest idea on Pinterest from eHow to make a panda glass using a stove and a permanent marker. (See my quick how-to video here.) This is a great project to do with kiddos. They can draw on the glass and have a grownup do all the oven parts of course.


What better way to accentuate my adorable artistic creation than with pretty pink strawberry vanilla oat milk? This is seriously so delicious. I've previously posted a basic oat milk recipe, which is generally less expensive and time-intensive to make than it's nutty counterparts and will work as a vegan milk alternative for those with nut allergies.


This new version kicks it up a notch with delicious vanilla & strawberry flavoring-without the gross additives and refined sugar found in flavored, store-bought drinks (including cow's milk.) 

As soon as I made it, I started thinking up delicious adaptogenic latte ideas which I'll probably share on the blog down the road. But for now, enjoy this delicious, lightly sweet strawberry vanilla oat milk.



  • 1/2 cup rolled oats (not the quick cook kind, you can use gluten-free)

  • 3 cups filtered water

  • 6 large strawberries

  • 1 tablespoon vanilla

  • 2 tablespoons agave (optional, adjust to taste)


  1. Combine oats, water and strawberries in blender. Blend until smooth.

  2. Strain using a nut milk bag or cheesecloth.

  3. Rinse blender and pour strawberry oat milk back into it.

  4. Add vanilla and agave and blend again.

  5. Serve chilled.


Here's an easy, zero-waste recipe you can make using the leftover oats and strawberries. 

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