Oatly’s new vegan oat milk ‘ice cream’ is now available in stores and it’s almost as good as the real thing – The Dallas Morning News

Posted: October 17, 2019 at 1:45 pm

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Last year we noticed the oat milk craze had hit North Texas, with Oatly flying off the shelves at supermarkets and being added to the alternative milk lineup at many local coffee shops. Since then, more oat milk options have popped up from big brands such as Silk, Pacific and Califia Farms.

And while oat milk is a favorite of baristas for the way it foams, just like regular cows milk, it also freezes well and makes a darn-good substitute for ice cream. Oatly, the Swedish brand that started it all, recently launched a line of frozen non-dairy desserts in flavors such as vanilla, strawberry, chocolate and salty caramel. Theyre made with an oat base, sugar, fully hydrogenated coconut oil, and emulsifiers and stabilizers. The texture is super thick and creamy, not chalky, and theres no weird aftertaste. Its 210 calories per serving, 11 g of fat, 2 g of protein and 18 g of sugar. Theyre available for $5.99 a pint at Whole Foods and Target.

Oatly also makes oatgurt," cream cheese-like spreads and whippable custards, but those are not yet available in the U.S. But were crossing our fingers.

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