What’s sweeter is twice the chocolate, but half the sugar. OATSIDE's Chocolate Oat Milk combines complex dark chocolate notes with a creamy mouthfeel for that rich, chocolate kick. Oh, and do you know we only use REAL cacao? Our blend of Sulawesi and African cacao is also sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified vendors - a drink good for you and for the planet.
Oat Base (Water, Oats (10%)), Cocoa Powder 2%, Palm Sugar, Canola Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Sea Salt
*To achieve the guilt-free, well-balanced flavour profiles for Oatside Chocolate, we use raw palm nectar instead of refined cane sugar, and our sugar content is 40-60% lower than most. Our Chocolate oat m*lk contains 4.8g of sugar per 100 ml, which is about the same sugar level in cow’s milk
Nutritional Information (per 100ml)
Energy 82 kJ
Protein 1.3 g
Fat 3.1 g
Carbohydrate 12.3 g
Sugars 4.8 g
Sodium 46 mg
Calcium 130 mg
Shelf Life: 12 months from production
Store in a cool and dry place, avoid direct sunlight
or temperature changes. After opening the carton, please refrigerate below 4°C and consume within 5 days.
- Made from Australian Oats
- 100% plant-based
- No trans fat
- No gums or emulsifiers
How many calories are in chocolate oat m*lk?
Craving that chocolate fix without the guilt trip? Look no further, because OATSIDE Chocolate is here to be your new partner in crime. This bad boy packs just 82 calories in every 100 ml and is made with twice the cocoa and half the sugar (we're talking 40-60% less, swapping refined cane sugar for raw palm nectar), all while delivering that same intense chocolatey goodness!
So no need to feel an ounce of regret when indulging in your well-deserved Choco-lot time. Imagine a Chocolate Cookie Freakshake that's as guilt-free as it is lip-smacking.
It's like reliving that premium dark chocolate sip you've been missing from your favorite artisanal chocolatier.
Can I heat chocolate oat m*lk?
Totally! Heating up chocolate oat m*lk is super easy. This stuff is flexible, just like regular oat m*lk. Indulge in some fancy hot chocolate, channel those latte vibes, or give your coffee a bold mocha twist—I mean, the possibilities are endless! (After all, it's all about enjoying life, one chocolatey sip at a time.)
Quick tip: go easy on the heat, whether it's on the stove or in the microwave. Stir every now and then to keep it smooth, and bam, you've got yourself a warm, chocolatey delight. Cheers to that cozy cup!
Is chocolate oat m*lk good for you?
Firstly, we want to stress that chocolate is cheaper than therapy, and you don’t need an appointment. OATSIDE Chocolate Oat m*lk is 100% plant-based, with a side of sustainability (we're not just good for you, we're looking after the planet too.) We only use REAL CACAO. You best believe we use twice the amount of cacao than most. And here's a twist: our cacao? They're 100% certified by the Rainforest Alliance. Yeah, we are cool like that.
Feel free to indulge in your sweet escapades, guilt-free and all that jazz. But hey, remember, it's a party, not a binge—moderation is the name of the game. So go on, sip, savor, and make that treat a real feat!
Is chocolate oat m*lk dairy free?
Absolutely! OATSIDE Chocolate Oat M*lk is dairy-free. It's a great alternative for those who are lactose intolerant, have dairy allergies, or choose to follow a dairy-free or vegan lifestyle. Instead of using cow's milk, our chocolate oat m*lk is made from oats and cacao, providing a creamy and flavorful option without any dairy components. It's a delicious way to enjoy a chocolatey drink without the need for traditional dairy milk.
Can I drink chocolate oat m*lk if I have a gluten intolerance?
In most cases, chocolate oat m*lk should be safe for individuals with gluten intolerance.
Oats themselves are naturally gluten-free, but cross-contamination can sometimes occur during processing, especially if oats are processed in facilities that also handle gluten-containing grains like wheat, barley, or rye.
Although we are not certified gluten-free, based on the tests on our oats, the gluten percentage is less than 70 ppm (parts per million.) For people with celiac disease, it is generally recommended to only consume oats labelled gluten-free and rigorously tested to contain less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten. Please always consult a healthcare professional before making any lifestyle changes.