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    Sweetened Condensed Oat Milk by Nature's Charm

    Sweetened Condensed Oat Milk by Nature's Charm

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    The world has fallen head over heels for oats, the heavenly grain, and so has Nature's Charm with their creation of the world's first condensed oat milk!  A naturally dairy-free alternative for traditional condensed milk, this Condensed Oat Milk you the perfect vegan way to re-create all of your favorite recipes without animal ingredients!  Use just like you would regular condensed milk in your favorite dishes and beverages, it's soy-free, trans fat-free, and is 100% cruelty free, too!

    320g (11.25 oz.) cans are $5.39 each.

    Ingredients: Oat milk (water, oats), cane sugar, vegan coconut oil, guar gum, calcium carbonate, sea salt

    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 8 tbsp. (40g)
    Servings Per Container 8
    Amount Per Serving

    Calories 110

    Total Fat 2g
    Trans Fat 0g
    Saturated Fat 1.5g
    Sodium 45mg
    Total Carbohydrate 22g  
    Dietary Fiber 0g  
    Sugars 21g  
    Protein 0g
    Calcium  15% DV
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    The bomb

    Put it on ice cream. Use it on puddings. Wow we.



    I use this for vietnamese coffee, and it's remarkably close to the real thing. I've used coconut condensed milk before (from nature's charm and other brands) but it always 1) tastes like coconut, which is fine b/c I like coconut but certainly isn't neutral 2) is so sensitive to temperature in terms of changing its texture/consistency. This oat version is creamy right out of the can, and has a neutral milk-like caramel taste, just like I remember sweetened condensed dairy milk to have. I can't speak to using it in baking b/c I haven't do that, but it seems like it would work perfectly based on taste/texture. And most importantly to me, it's DIVINE in vietnamese coffee.