According to Fooducate, the dairy-free substitute contains 120 calories per serving, with 7 grams of sugar, 5 grams of fat, and 3 grams of protein. While some users on Reddit expressed their preference for other alternatives like almond milk, others swore by oat milk for things like coffee and lattes. “I’ve been getting this oat milk for months now… a bit sweet to drink straight regularly but I LOVE it for my cappuccino each morning. So creamy and thick, froths perfectly,” u/Superimposed-Sm0ke posted. “I honestly just add water to mine to cut it and help with the sweetness,” another Reddit user suggested.
At just $3.29 for a half-gallon, per Instacart, it also has the added benefit of being a cheap alternative to major competitors like Oatly. So if you’ve been wanting to cut dairy out of your diet but aren’t quite ready to give up your creamy cappuccinos, or you haven’t been a fan of other milk substitutes you’ve tried in the past, Aldi’s Friendly Farms Oatmilk might just be the delicious and cost-effective alternative you’ve been looking for.