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10 Best Oat Milks 2022 | UK Nutritionist Reviewed

Is it just us or is the world finally coming round to the joys of plant milk? More and more people are embracing the vegan lifestyle, and even those of us who aren't total converts are making small changes. Recent research into dairy-free alternatives has shown that while almond, soy, coconut and rice milk have some environmental side effects, oat milk is a hero. 


Sustainable, nutritious, and often organic, oat milk is a great addition to your morning cereal and coffee, frothing into a barista style latte, or in dessert recipes like smoothies, pancakes, and ice cream. We've picked our ten favourites from loved brands like Alpro and Oatly across UK supermarkets, and ranked the best tasting buys with top health benefits. We'll also hear advice from nutritionist Jenna Hope on the benefits oat milk in your diet. 

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  • Last updated: 01-03-2022
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Compare the Best Oat Milks

For those after a quick look, here is our Top 5:

  1. Minor Figures Oat M*lk Barista for £2.00
  2. Oatly Oat Drink Barista Edition for £1.80
  3. Glebe Farm Pure Oaty Gluten-Free Oat Drink for £26.29 
  4. Moma Oat Drink Barista Edition for £1.48
  5. Alpro Barista Oat Milk for £1.80

For a more in-depth look at the comprehensive top 10 selection, make sure to read on to learn more about the different types of oat milks available and understand how our ranking was determined.

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Minor Figures Oat M*lk Barista  1

Minor Figures

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Oatly Oat Drink Barista Edition 1

Oatly

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Glebe Farm Pure Oaty Gluten-Free Oat Drink  1

Glebe Farm

4
Moma Oat Drink Barista Edition 1

Moma

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Alpro Barista Oat Drink 1

Alpro

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Oatly Organic Longlife Oat Drink 1

Oatly

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Alpro Oat Unsweetened 1

Alpro

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Plenish Organic Oat Drink  1

Plenish

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Oatly Chocolate Oat Drink  1

Oatly

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Innocent Dairy Free Unsweetened Oat Drink 1

Innocent

Name

Oat M*lk Barista

Oat Drink Barista Edition

Pure Oaty Gluten-Free Oat Drink

Oat Drink Barista Edition

Barista Oat Drink

Organic Longlife Oat Drink

Oat Unsweetened

Organic Oat Drink

Chocolate Oat Drink

Dairy Free Unsweetened Oat Drink

Features

Hipster-Approved, Barista-Style Milk From London

Wonderfully Creamy and Suitable for All Kinds of Recipes

A Gluten-Free and Organic Barista Blend

UK-Made Oat Milk That's Suitable for Both Coffee and Cooking

Protein-Rich and Perfect for Lattes

Organic Oats, Water, Sea Salt and Not a Thing More!

A Calcium-Rich Oat Milk With Added Vitamins

Organic Gluten-Free Oat Milk Packed With Flavour

An After School Treat, the Vegan Way

An Opulent 5-Ingredient Milk

Price£12.00£1.80£26.29£1.48£1.80£1.70£1.70£2.10£1.50£1.75
Style (regular/barista) BaristaBarista Barista BaristaBaristaOrganic RegularRegular ChocolateRegular
Calcium Per 100ml120mg120 mg-300 mg--120 mg120mg
Added Vitamins-D2, riboflavin, B12-D, B2, B12 B2, B12, DNoneB2, B12, D2D2, riboflavin and B12-
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.2g3 g/0.3 g0.2g0.2g0.3g0.5g1.5g/0.2g 0.1g1.5g0.8 g
Oil-FreeNoNoNoNoNoYesYesYesNoYes
Calories Per 100ml48594562593740416128
Protein Per 100ml0.3g1g0.5g1.0g0.8g1g0.2g0.9g1.2g0.5g
Gluten-FreeNoNoYesNoNoNoNoYes-No
Country of OriginUKSwedenUKUKBelgiumSwedenBelgiumUKSwedenUK
Volume1 litre1 litre1 litre 1 litre 1 litre1 litre1 litre1 litre 1 litre750 ml
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With Specialist Consultation From Nutritionist Jenna Hope

With Specialist Consultation From Nutritionist Jenna Hope

Jenna Hope has an undergraduate and a master's degree in nutrition. She is registered with the Association for Nutrition and is hugely passionate about ensuring that products which claim to be healthy really are as they say. Jenna works with individuals, brands, corporate clients, and the media to help people with the smart ways nutrition can change their life.


Keep up-to-date with Jenna through her website and Instagram page where she shares her advice on not only nutrition, but also mental wellness and some absolutely delicious, yet healthy recipe ideas for you to try at home!

How to Choose Oat Milk in the UK

Key Points to Consider

  1. Regular Oat Milk Is Ideal for Baking and Breakfast, While a Barista-Style Milk Is Best for Coffee or Tea
  2. Check That the Calcium Content Is at Least 100mg per 100ml 
  3. Oat Milks Enriched With Vitamins D and B12 will Help Your Immune System
  4. Look For an Oil-Free Milk With No More Than 1.5g of Saturated Fat per 100ml if You’re Trying to Lose Weight
  5. Oat Milk Is Naturally High in Calories, so Those After a Healthy Drink Should Select a Carton With Less Than 60kcal per 100ml
  6. To Encourage Muscle Growth, Go for Oat Milk That Are Protein Enriched 
  7. If You’re Coeliac, Opt For a Gluten-Free Oat Milk 
  8. Shop Local, Oat Milk From The UK Has a Lower Carbon Footprint

1. Regular Oat Milk Is Ideal for Baking and Breakfast, While a Barista-Style Milk Is Best for Coffee or Tea as It Won’t Curdle

1. Regular Oat Milk Is Ideal for Baking and Breakfast, While a Barista-Style Milk Is Best for Coffee or Tea as It Won’t Curdle

Some oat milks are now available in a 'barista edition' or 'foamable' variety, meaning they're specifically aimed at replicating a frothy cappuccino or luxurious latte. Whereas regular oat milks are suitable for most recipes including things like pancakes, cereal and baking.


While there isn't often a huge variation, many barista blends have a higher fat content which means they're much creamier in texture and taste. Some also add an 'acidity regulator', which helps to, well, regulate the acidity levels in your drink, as it's coffee's high acidity that causes curdling and splitting when mixed with lower-pH plant milks. So, pick this variety for high-quality drinks that rival your favourite coffee shop.


If you are making vegan pancakes or you're doing a spot of baking, check out our favourite vegan cookbooks here.

Jenna Hope
Nutritionist
Jenna Hope

Barista oat milks are far more desirable from a taste perspective and they really provide a creamy and delicious taste.

2. Check That the Calcium Content Is at Least 100mg per 100ml for Strong Teeth and Bones

2. Check That the Calcium Content Is at Least 100mg per 100ml for Strong Teeth and Bones

Traditionally we drank cow's milk as a source of calcium which famously strengthens our bones and teeth, and is also vital to healthy heart function and muscle regeneration. The NHS recommends adults get approximately 700 grams of calcium daily.


Children generally need a little less (the required intake starts at 350 g and rises to 550 g between one and ten years old), but if you are feeding oat milk to youngsters between 11 and 18 then 800 grams is the target intake. Lots of oat milks on the market today are fortified with extra calcium, so keep an eye on the label. 

Jenna Hope
Nutritionist
Jenna Hope

Oat milks should be fortified with calcium as swapping dairy milk for oat milk can increase the risk of calcium deficiency. Calcium plays a key role in supporting bone and teeth health, heart health and muscle function. In order for oat milk to be classified as a source of calcium, it must contain at least 15% of the recommended daily intake for calcium.

3. Seek Out Oat Milks Enriched With Vitamins D and B12 to Help Your Immune System Function Properly

3. Seek Out Oat Milks Enriched With Vitamins D and B12 to Help Your Immune System Function Properly

Naysayers often accuse plant milks in general of lacking the vitamins that cow's milk contains, but in fact almost all oat milks you can buy online in the UK have been enriched with vitamins (on top of those naturally occurring in oats!) Check out our spec tables to see what vitamins have been added to your oats. 

Jenna Hope
Nutritionist
Jenna Hope

Oat milks should be fortified with Vitamin D, Vitamin B12 and Calcium at a bare minimum. Some brands are now fortifying with iodine too. Iodine is an incredibly important micronutrient which plays a role in regulating the thyroid function. Iodine is challenging to get from a vegan diet and therefore fortified oat milk is hugely beneficial.

4. Look For an Oil-Free Milk With No More Than 1.5g of Saturated Fat per 100ml if You’re Trying to Lose Weight

4. Look For an Oil-Free Milk With No More Than 1.5g of Saturated Fat per 100ml if You’re Trying to Lose Weight

Oats are a great source of fibre and vitamins but do have a higher fat content than some other grains used to produce plant milk. They're largely the healthy kind – polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats – which actually aid healthy brain function and promotes glowing skin. 


The fat you need to look out for is the saturated stuff, which among other things can lead to excessive weight gain and poor heart health. According to the NHS we should limit our intake of saturated fat to 20 g a day (women) and 30g a day (men), and less than this for children.

Jenna Hope
Nutritionist
Jenna Hope

Oat milk is often higher in energy than many other dairy-free alternative milks. If you're looking for those with lower calories then limit those with added oils. Although, generally monounsaturated oils play a key role in supporting wellbeing, brain function, hormone production and joint health.

5. Oat Milk Is Naturally High in Calories, so Those After a Healthy Drink Should Select a Carton With Less Than 60kcal per 100ml

5. Oat Milk Is Naturally High in Calories, so Those After a Healthy Drink Should Select a Carton With Less Than 60kcal per 100ml

Many oat milks contain either rapeseed oil or sunflower oil, both of which have a neutral taste, bring the milk's fat content up to the desired level and also help create the thick, creamy texture many of us love. But be careful because it means some milks are higher in fat than others. 


For a subtler taste, or for anyone following a calorie controlled diet, there are some smashing oat milks made without added oil. Take a glance at our handy spec tables to see both fat contents, and which are oil-free, too.

6. To Encourage Muscle Growth, Go for Oat Milk That’s Enriched With at Least 2g of Pea Protein per 100ml

6. To Encourage Muscle Growth, Go for Oat Milk That’s Enriched With at Least 2g of Pea Protein per 100ml
You can now get some great oat milks with added pea protein because oat milk itself contains less than cows milk. These types of oat milk with pea protein can be introduced as part of a healthy balanced diet from a young age for kids, although this is worth checking with your doctor, just to be sure. 

Many plant-based milks are available for people with lactose intolerance, as some people can't consume soy or any nut-based milks due to allergies, intolerances or health concerns. Therefore, oat milks with added pea protein are a good way of getting some plant-based goodness into them with no downsides. 


7. If You’re Coeliac, Opt For a Gluten-Free Oat Milk That Won’t Cause Bloating or Discomfort

7. If You’re Coeliac, Opt For a Gluten-Free Oat Milk That Won’t Cause Bloating or Discomfort

Oats in themselves are gluten-free, but mass-produced oat products often risk contamination if the oats are prepared or packed alongside gluten-rich grains such as rye, barley and, of course, wheat.


Double-check that your oat milk is free from gluten if you live with coeliac disease or suffer adverse reactions to gluten-heavy foods, because even a trace of gluten can disrupt a gluten free diet.

Jenna Hope
Nutritionist
Jenna Hope

Oats are technically gluten-free although in order for oat milks to be classified as gluten-free they must not be contaminated with any gluten-containing ingredient; some oat milks may contain gluten-containing ingredients. As a result, opt for a labelled gluten-free milk to ensure you're not at risk of contamination.

8. Shop Local Where Possible, as Oat Milk Produced in the UK Has a Lower Carbon Footprint

Have a look at the origin of your oat milk and consider supporting UK-based businesses while you shop. Locally sourced food always has a lower carbon footprint compared with those imported and that's always best for the planet. 


There are some wonderful – and seriously moreish – oat milks produced across Europe and the world, but if you're interested in keeping smaller business afloat closer to home, your weekly or monthly stock of oat milk could be the way to do that! 


Oat milk is of course dairy free, and for the best Dairy-Free Cheeses check out our guide. 

Jenna Hope
Nutritionist
Jenna Hope

Shopping locally is beneficial for supporting the environment and the local economy. Where possible opt for products which have not travelled half-way across the world to help reduce carbon emissions.

10 Best Oat Milks in the UK

This ranking has been compiled by the writing team at mybest UK via careful evaluation of the points made in the buying guide and thorough research of each product and comparing multiple verified customer reviews across the EC sites used.

1

Minor FiguresOat M*lk Barista

Pack of 6

£12.00

Style (regular/barista) Barista
Calcium Per 100ml120mg
Added Vitamins-
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.2g
Oil-FreeNo
Calories Per 100ml48
Protein Per 100ml0.3g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginUK
Volume1 litre
2
Style (regular/barista) Barista
Calcium Per 100ml120 mg
Added VitaminsD2, riboflavin, B12
Saturated Fat Per 100ml3 g/0.3 g
Oil-FreeNo
Calories Per 100ml59
Protein Per 100ml1g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginSweden
Volume1 litre
3

Glebe FarmPure Oaty Gluten-Free Oat Drink

Pack of 10

£26.29

Style (regular/barista) Barista
Calcium Per 100ml-
Added Vitamins-
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.2g
Oil-FreeNo
Calories Per 100ml45
Protein Per 100ml0.5g
Gluten-FreeYes
Country of OriginUK
Volume1 litre
4
Style (regular/barista) Barista
Calcium Per 100ml300 mg
Added VitaminsD, B2, B12
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.2g
Oil-FreeNo
Calories Per 100ml62
Protein Per 100ml1.0g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginUK
Volume1 litre
5

AlproBarista Oat Drink

£1.80

Style (regular/barista) Barista
Calcium Per 100ml-
Added Vitamins B2, B12, D
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.3g
Oil-FreeNo
Calories Per 100ml59
Protein Per 100ml0.8g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginBelgium
Volume1 litre
6
Style (regular/barista) Organic
Calcium Per 100ml-
Added VitaminsNone
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.5g
Oil-FreeYes
Calories Per 100ml37
Protein Per 100ml1g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginSweden
Volume1 litre
7
Style (regular/barista) Regular
Calcium Per 100ml120 mg
Added VitaminsB2, B12, D2
Saturated Fat Per 100ml1.5g/0.2g
Oil-FreeYes
Calories Per 100ml40
Protein Per 100ml0.2g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginBelgium
Volume1 litre
8
Style (regular/barista) Regular
Calcium Per 100ml
Added Vitamins
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.1g
Oil-FreeYes
Calories Per 100ml41
Protein Per 100ml0.9g
Gluten-FreeYes
Country of OriginUK
Volume1 litre
9
Style (regular/barista) Chocolate
Calcium Per 100ml120mg
Added VitaminsD2, riboflavin and B12
Saturated Fat Per 100ml1.5g
Oil-FreeNo
Calories Per 100ml61
Protein Per 100ml1.2g
Gluten-Free-
Country of OriginSweden
Volume1 litre
10

InnocentDairy Free Unsweetened Oat Drink

£1.75

Style (regular/barista) Regular
Calcium Per 100ml
Added Vitamins-
Saturated Fat Per 100ml0.8 g
Oil-FreeYes
Calories Per 100ml28
Protein Per 100ml0.5g
Gluten-FreeNo
Country of OriginUK
Volume750 ml

Jenna Hope's Advice on Enhancing Your Recipes With a Dash of Oaty Goodness

Jenna Hope's Advice on Enhancing Your Recipes With a Dash of Oaty Goodness

"Oat milk can be used in a variety of recipes from stews, curries, baked goods, porridge, custard and more! Get creative with your oat milk, as it's sweeter than dairy milk and some of the other milk alternatives it can be a great way to increase sweetness in baked goods without increasing the sugar content."

An Easy Homemade Oat Milk Recipe

Waiting impatiently for your delivery and need a quick fix for your cereal? Here's Minimalist Baker's easy recipe, which only uses a couple of ingredients and has lots of helpful tips. Plus, you can sweeten or flavour it however you prefer!


Here are the ingredients:


  • 1 cup rolled oats (gluten-free if GF)
  • 4 cups water (use less water for thicker, creamier milk!)
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 whole date, pitted (optional / for sweetness / or 1 Tbsp (15 ml) maple syrup)
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
  • 2 Tbsp cocoa or cacao powder for "chocolate milk" (optional)
  • 1/4 cup fresh berries for "berry milk" (optional)
1. Add oats, water, salt, and any additional add-ins (optional) to a high-speed blender. Top with lid and cover with a towel to ensure it doesn't splash. Blend for about 30 seconds - 1 minute or until the mixture seems well combined. It doesn't have to be 100% pulverised. In fact, over-blending can make the oat milk slimy in texture.

2. Scoop out a small sample with a spoon to test flavour/sweetness. If it's not sweet enough, add more dates.

3. Pour the mixture over a large mixing bowl or pitcher covered with a very thin towel or a clean T-shirt. In my experience, it benefits from a double strain through a very fine towel to remove any oat remnants. A nut milk bag seemed to let too much residue through.

4. Transfer to a sealed container and refrigerate. Will keep in the refrigerator up to 5 days (sometimes more). Shake well and enjoy cold. DO NOT HEAT or it will thicken and become gelatinous in texture. It's delicious as is or added to granola, smoothies, or baked goods!
How to Make Oat Milk (Perfect Every Time!) | Minimalist Baker Recipes

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    Need inspiration for some delicious mixers for vodka, gin, rum, whisky and other spirits to make them taste even better? Well, you've come to the right place. This article draws together the ten best mixers for alcohol, including fruit juice, sparkling soda and low-calorie tonics, classic soft drinks and even chocolate milk for a grown-up twist on the after school favourite.We've hunted high and low across Asda, Waitrose, Tesco and Amazon to pick out the tastiest selection of affordable mixer multipacks, caffeine-free, and low sugar mixers to enjoy with your favourite tipples or stir into the most popular cocktails. But what are the best mixers for alcohol? Well, you'll have to read on to find out! But we can tell you Fever Tree, San Pellegrino, and London Essence have certainly made the cut. 
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  • 10 Best Porridge Oats 2022 | UK Nutritionist Reviewed
    10 Best Porridge Oats 2022 | UK Nutritionist Reviewed
    Porridge oats, also known as oatmeal, are the perfect way to start the day. They're packed with energy-boosting carbs, filling fibre, and muscle-building protein. As well as having numerous health benefits, they're naturally vegan, low in calories, and taste delicious. Plus, they're quick to prepare as you can pop them into the microwave with some milk.We'll be sharing our recommendations for the best oats to buy online at Amazon, Tesco, and more EC sites, from family favourites Quaker and Scott's as well as newer brands like MOMA and Rude Health. Moreover, we have partnered with Nutritionist Tara Corbett for reviewing and fact-checking the article so that we can deliver the best information to our users.
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  • 10 Best Mulled Wines UK 2022 | Crabbie's, Three Mills and more
    10 Best Mulled Wines UK 2022 | Crabbie's, Three Mills and more
    Nothing evokes those cosy, Christmassy feelings like the smell of a pot of mulled wine simmering away on the kitchen stove. Fruity, spicy and boozy, ready-made mulled wine is the perfect accompaniment to wash down a crumbly mince pie and warm those bellies around a winter fire.We’ve scoured the supermarkets from Tesco to Asda and Waitrose, and searched online on Amazon, Tesco's and John Lewis to bring you this guide on the best mulled wine available in the UK. Read our tips on how to spot a winner, then head on to our ranking of the top 10 bottles and spice packet mixes to buy this Christmas!
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  • 10 Best Butters UK 2022 | Waitrose, Yeo Valley and More
    10 Best Butters UK 2022 | Waitrose, Yeo Valley and More
    Butter is a fridge (or butter-dish) staple – but do you really know what you are looking for? These days we're blessed with options galore, from cows milk butter to goats milk butter and even alternatives such as ghee. Baking is a national pastime in the UK - many of us would like to be able to confidently choose quality butter for buttercream, frosting and cookie making.So we've compiled a how-to, on picking the best type of butter for your cooking and toast-spreading needs. If it's organic or top-quality ingredients or regionally-made or lactose-free butter that you're after, you are in luck! Plant-based diets are catered for too in our related article on vegan butter choices. We've rated our ten favourite British, Irish and French butter brands on Amazon, Tesco and more including Lurpak and Président – giving you plenty of food for thought! 
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