Organic Oat Milk Powder v Organic Coconut Milk Powder

Organic Oat Milk Powder v Organic Coconut Milk Powder

How Do Organic Oat Milk Powder and Organic Coconut Milk Powder Compare?

Both our Organic Oat Milk Powder and Organic Coconut Milk Powder are versatile powdered milk alternatives that are dairy-free, easy to mix, easy to transport (great for hiking or travelling) and contain no nasties.

Are Both Products Gluten Free?

No. Oak Milk Powder is not gluten-free, however it is free from lactose, so is ideal for those seeking a quality, lactose-free plant-based milk alternative. Coconut Milk Powder is free from gluten, so is ideal for those with gluten sensitivities.

Are Both High in Fat?

Organic coconut Milk Powder has a naturally high fat content (60g of fat per 100ml), giving dishes a silky texture and tropical flavour. Organic Oat Milk Powder contains 7.2g of fat per 100ml, so is an ideal choice for those wishing to lower their overall fat intake.

Where Are the Products Sourced From?

Our Organic Oat Milk Powder is sourced from certified organic farms in Europe and expertly processed in Germany. During processing, it undergoes an enzymatic ‘de-slime’ process to create a creamy, silky-smooth texture when mixed with water.

Our Organic Coconut Milk Flour comes from certified organic coconuts grown in Sri Lanka. It is processed by extracting coconut milk by pressing the organic coconut flesh, and dried using a natural stabiliser.

 How Do I Use Them?

Organic Oat Milk Powder, once mixed with water, can be used on cereals and porridge, in smoothies with fruits, yoghurt and protein for boosted flavour and nutrition. In cooking and baking, oat milk can be used 1.1 as a dairy replacement in recipes like pancakes, muffins, puddings and cakes.

Organic Coconut Milk Powder is ideal for pastry chefs, smoothie fans, and curry lovers, due to its higher fat content. Coconut Milk Powder can be used in savoury dishes such as curries, stews, and stir-fries to add a touch of coconut taste.

How Do I Prepare the Powders?

Simply blend 2-3 Tbsp (25g) Organic Oat Milk Powder with 250ml of warm water and enjoy. Adjust the amount of water to your own desired consistency by adding less water for creamier milk or extra water for a thinner consistency. For optimal flavour, refrigerate overnight after mixing.

Organic Coconut Milk Powder can be easily adjusted to suit your desired thickness. For lighter milk, mix 1-2 tablespoons of the powder with 1 cup of water. For creamier milk, mix 3-4 tablespoons of the powder with 1 cup of water. To make coconut cream, use ½ cup or more of the powder with 1 cup of water

How Do I Store the Milk Powders?

Both products should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.



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