In this post I share my Planet Oat Milk Review and an easy iced mocha recipe with oatmilk. It is sponsored by The National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA). All opinions are my own. For more inspiration during #JuneDairyMonth, be sure to check out delicious ideas from NFRA at EasyHomeMeals.com #JDM2020
I have always enjoyed plant-based milks. Naturally, when I heard about oatmilk, I was curious to try it. I was super pleased with its delicious creamy texture and rich flavor. Oatmilk usually fits into my day as a mid-morning snack. I often have a glass of Planet Oat Original Oatmilk by itself or with coffee. Today, I will share with you my iced mocha oatmilk recipe and I hope you enjoy this refreshing pick me up as much as I do!
Planet Oat Milk Review
Before I go any further, you may be wondering, “What is Oatmilk?”
Oatmilk is a non-dairy milk. In other words, it is not cow’s milk.
Oatmilk is a beverage that is made from oats, as you may have guessed! It starts with whole grain oats and water and it has a rich creaminess. To me it tastes a lot like oatmeal, only it is cool and refreshing. I like that Planet Oat Oatmilk is an excellent source of calcium and vitamin A & D, has no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, is non-GMO, and has 2g of soluble fiber. Oatmilk is a plant-based milk alternative. It is dairy free and vegan. It is also soy free, gluten free, tree nut free and peanut free in case you are wondering!
I like the Plant Oat Original Oat Milk the best because it has no added sugars and I try to keep my sugar intake down. My kids enjoy the Planet Oat chocolate milk the most and it is no wonder since it has a delicious, rich dark chocolate flavor. If you have the Planet Oat chocolate oat milk on hand you could skip making the chocolate syrup in the recipe below.
I think Planet Oat Oatmilk is one of the best oat milks available at grocery stores. If you are wondering how it compares to soy milk, rice milk, and almond milk, I think it is more full bodied and extra creamy in texture. I like all four milk alternatives, to be clear.
Plant Oat Original Oatmilk has 2 grams of protein and 2 grams of fiber per serving. It also has Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Vitamin A, Riboflavin and Vitamin B12. See the side of the carton for exact percentages of your Daily Nutritional Value.
How To Make An Iced Mocha With Oatmilk
You won’t believe how easy it is to make this iced mocha oatmilk recipe! We are talking a delicious coffee shop style treat in just a few minutes.
I used to work at Starbucks so I know how to make a coffee drink! An iced mocha should be made with espresso- 1 shot for a tall, 2 shots for a grande or venti. So keep that in mind when making this recipe. You can, however, choose to substitute iced coffee if you prefer and it will come out just as tasty as long as you adjust the proportions to be more ice coffee than oat milk since coffee is not as concentrated as espresso.
An iced mocha also requires a good chocolate syrup. I use a homemade version that is easy to make but you are welcome to use a store-bought chocolate syrup. For my homemade chocolate syrup, I used 3 tablespoons powdered cocoa, 2 tablespoons of sugar, 1 tsp of vanilla, and 2 tablespoons of boiled water.
Then just follow the easy instruction in the recipe card below to mix the espresso with the chocolate syrup. Add ice and Planet Oat Milk. Stir, serve, and enjoy! This iced mocha with oat milk recipe is about 132 calories.
Oatmilk Recipe Card For Iced Mocha Latte
Where To Buy Oatmilk:
If you are wondering where you might find oatmilk, it is probably in your local grocery store in the plant-based milk section. You can use the Planet Oat Store Locator here if you want to check before you head out: planetoat.com
Using Oatmilk In Recipes:
If you want to try using oatmilk in recipes too, it is a great 1:1 replacement for dairy in cooking and baking. It’s so creamy and great-tasting, that you may just want to drink it all by itself!
I hope you enjoy this iced mocha oatmilk recipe as a refreshing pick me up during the Summer! Tag me in your photos @familyfocusblog and @planetoatmilk! Did you find my Planet Oat Milk Review helpful?