This creamy, naturally sweet non-dairy milk alternative is here to stay.
It started with soy milk. Then, almond milk made its debut. Now, oat milk has become a dairy-free milk alternative staple — it’s now on coffee menus and grocery shelves everywhere. But what is oat milk and how does it stack up nutritionally against its dairy-free cousins? Primarily made with filtered water and oats (usually rolled oats), oat milk offers the naturally added benefit of fiber, which a lot of its competition doesn’t. And we all know how important it is to get enough fiber — it helps with weight management, colon health, and generally makes you feel better.