Oatly Healthy Oat Alternative to Cream Reviews
Product Type: Oatly Soft Drink
Description:Oatly is a healthy alternative to milk and soya, with all the benefits of oats. Oatly is free from added sugar, low in saturated fat and contains oat fibre which, when eaten as part of a healthy diet, can help to lower your cholesterol. Oatly Healthy Oat ... more
Oatly Healthy Oat Alternative to Cream ... Alternative to Cream contains only vegetable products - no milk or soya, and has just 13% fat. What's more, this fat is a well-balanced, wholesome kind. Can be used on breakfast cereals, in cooking and baking, in tea and coffee or can be drunk on its own.
Newest Review: ... For this reason, if you want to replace double or clotted type cream in a recipe, it wouldn't work well in my opinion. Oatly ... more
Customer Oatly Healthy Oat Alternative to Cream Reviews (9)
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
As I mentioned in my previous review for Oatly Oat Drink, my mother was looking for an alternative to cow's milk and soya milk so she gave Oatly a try. As she and I both really liked the Oatly Oat Drink, we decided to give the Oatly Alternative to Cream a try. Oatly Alternative to Cream comes in small cartons of 250ml that look very similar to the cartons of Oatly Oat Drink but are much smaller and therefore easier to carry. They are available in some grocery stores but not in my local store so I have to order it from Goodness Direct. It costs around £1 per carton. Oatly Alternative to Cream contains water, oats and salt just like regular Oatly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 207 readings)
Over the years hearing all the bad things about caws milk I switched on goats milk but eventually got fed up with it as it goes off too quickly. My fridge is not the best in the world but I am not going to go spend a lot of money on a new fridge for the sake of milk. First I switched to Soya milk for about an year. First it tasted rather bad but I got used to it. Then I reed a whole lot of conspiracys surrounding Soya milk and I knew I have to stop using it as I did not wanted to be part of any of that. I thought myself that there must be something else out there that I can switch too again and so looking around supermarkets and keeping an eye on things ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/12 (Very useful, 122 readings)
I often get to try vegan equivalents of dairy products thanks to my sister who doesn't eat animal derived ingredients. I have wanted to try the Oatly brand dairy free cream for some time because I love their oat milk. So a little while ago my kind sister bought me a couple of cartons to experiment with, on the condition she got to sample whatever I made.. THE PRODUCT To be a cream in the usual sense, this product would have to be made from milk. Instead it is made from oats, water and oils, among other things. This doesn't seem too promising on paper, but it tastes much better than it sounds! I wasn't sure at first whether this was supposed to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/09 (Very useful, 237 readings)
I was very pleased when I discovered Oatly dairy-free alternative to cream, as being lactose intolerant I have found there are very few options for substituting store-cupboard items, especially as I absolutely detest the taste of soya milk and other soya products! I bought Oatly to try as I desparately wanted a curry, and unbelievably every single ready meal curry and jar of curry cooking sauce contained some sort of dairy product! So I found a recipe to make my own (Im not usually that domesticated!), and headed to Tesco because I remembered seeing the Oatly cream there. The Oatly cream describes itself as a "healthy alternative to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Useful, 99 readings)
Oatly wouldn't be my first choice for milk- but for those who, are like me, intolerant to lactose and soya- it is a good alterntive. It costs £1.37 for a packet containing a litre. It is a dairy free alternative to milk and helps lower cholesterol. It also contains oat fibre and is enriched with vitamins. If you drink a 250 ml glass you will get just over a third of your daily calcium recommended daily intake. It also has no added sugar and is low in saturated fat. As an alternative to cold milk in your porridge or on your cereal it is fine as long as you remember to shake the packet before each serving. I would not recommend it for use in hot drinks, unless like me you . Read the complete review
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