Saturday, January 25, 2014

A new year, a new outlook, No diet just changing habits

Changed my old Oat milk in a new version no sugar but still sweet.

Improved oat milk

1 cup rolled oats
6 cups water

Put both in a glass bowl, cover and let sit over night. next day blend it in the blender and strain out the pulp. Stir the pulp to get all the liquid out. Save for next project below. If you prefer no extra sediment in it then strain through a coffee filter after regular straining. We like the consistency and don't mind stirring it before we pour into a glass. Then add these:

1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup honey

Stir well and serve cold

Doggy treat from reserved oat pulp

1 recipe oat pulp
1 egg
1 large shredded wheat (cerial), crushed
1/4 cup flour
1 rounded teaspoon beef base (from a jar)
1/3 teaspoon garlic powder (not salt)

mix together and spread on a slightly greased cookie sheet like you see here

Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Within minutes my husband came running thinking I was making steaks. Take out and cut with kitchen shears into dog size biscuits and put back into the oven until hard as a rock. if they are about dry because you did a great job flattening them out just put back in the turned off oven to dry the rest of the way. If not then usually another 30  minutes on 325 degrees. Then turn off the oven and let them cool inside the oven and put into a container with a tight lid

The picture's above were made today.

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