I thought some of my readers would find a gluten free rice milk recipe useful. It may be sweetened with your choice of sweetener or left unsweetened. Make it sugar-free by using stevia. I used xylitol in mine. You can use pure maple syrup, molasses, or during the blending process use a few dates. (However, using dates will darken the color.)
You will save money by making your own gluten free rice milk. You’ll also save your health by avoiding processed milk. However, it will not be fortified with vitamins and minerals that you may be used to getting in commercial brands. At least you’ll know it is a safe gluten free product.
It works wonderful in baked recipes, and some of my readers use it as a beverage. I only use it in baking because I don’t care for the starchy texture. I hope this saves you money and your health!
Story Behind the Recipe:
What precipitated the idea for this gluten free rice milk recipe was the need for a white colored milk, instead of the milk I use for my protein shakes (almonds, dates and water). With no rice milk on hand, I made my own. The color and neutral flavor and texture of this rice milk was perfect for making homemade dairy-free sugar-free eggnog.