Nutritional Values in homemade oat milk

Ive been trying to find the nutritional value of homemade oat milk so I can add it to custom foods (I think calcium is added to most manufacturered oat milk).... Im not having much luck I was wondering if anyone else had found the nutritional values anywhere.

Also having similar issue for dandelion coffee.

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  • Comparing the nutrients of dry oats and the oat milk entry of NCCDB, it looks like they have added vitamin A, D, calcium and salt (?! Is salt needed in the process of making oat milk?). I would create a copy of the NCCDB entry and remove those values for my custom recipe of homemade oat milk.

    No idea about dandelion coffee. I don't know what it is!

    #AllTheDots

  • I also highly doubt oat milk has that much fibre so I would remove that as well. Hmm, maybe the NCCDB oat milk entry is more blended oats than what I understand as oat milk.

    #AllTheDots

  • @Heligan

    Unfortunately, it will be difficult to know the exact nutrient composition of homemade oat milk without experimental analysis. However, if we consider the amount of oats used for a single cup, the number of nutrients found would be negligible.

    I did find this for your reference if it helps:

    https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-calories.asp?recipe=2505315

    Kind regards,

    Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RD
    Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
    cronometer.com
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