This article originally appeared in Food & Wine.
With its creamy, vaguely nutty flavor, oat milk has emerged as one of the most popular plant-based milks. But if you've gotten into the habit of pouring oat milk into your coffee, over your granola, or using it in baking, it can be shocking how quickly a full carton turns into an empty one. So why not try your hand at making it yourself? As with anything homemade, there's the built-in benefit of customization: You get to choose how sweet your oat milk is, and whether to add any extra flavoring. The best part? It's so fast to make that you can whip up a batch before your morning coffee. Let's get started.