Trader Joe’s Oat Milk, Non Dairy


This Trader Joe’s Oat Milk has a watery consistency and a sweet taste to it. It’s pretty good for a dairy alternative, but at times the sweetness tastes odd and the consistency is not entirely like a milk product. I haven’t tried a ton of oat milk, but the national brands seem to have a slightly less sweet tasting, thicker texture. This Trader Joe’s oat milk is found in the refrigerated section, but there is also a shelf stable version. The first two ingredients in this vegan milk alternative are water and hydrolyzed oats. There’s 9 grams of sugar per serving, but TJ’s says that’s drawn out of the oats instead of straight sugar being added, which may explain the difference in sweetness from other oat milks………….

  • 90 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 64 oz
  • Non dairy and vegan

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Oat Milk at Trader Joe’s


Has anyone tried the shelf stable Trader Joe’s oat milk? I wonder how the sweetness and texture compare to this version. In any case, what are everyone’s favorite recipes to use this milk in? Or are you mostly using it on your cereal or in your espressos, lattes and as a creamer. Non dairy alternatives are everywhere now, and almond milk, soy milk and so many other all have a somewhat unique taste and feel to them. When there is even Trader Joe’s vegan cream cheese, you know that there isn’t a lack of dairy alternatives! Does anyone try to froth this for their morning lattes? Does the consistency come out pretty much like regular frothed milk? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try……

– Califa Oat Milk

– Chobani Oat Milk


Price: $3.99



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