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Whippable Creamy Oat

cooking - Whippable Creamy Oat (250 mL)

This is the one you’ve been waiting for! If this webpage is acting like it knows a lot about you right off the bat, that’s probably because some form of this comment: ‘Hey Oatly! Are you ever going to make a whipped cream?’ has been piling up in our social media comments and inboxes for years, so even though you are just a mild-mannered webpage reader who probably never asked about this product, you were thrown in with all the people who did, but you know how product webpages can be. The point is, thanks to our amazing food scientists, Whippable Creamy Oat is finally here! And it is awesome, whether it is or isn’t the one you’ve been waiting for.


What’s amazing

This product is currently only available in a few markets around the Nordics, which might make you think there has been a mistake and this sentence should be down under “What might be less amazing” but actually, before the end of this sentence arrives, a really amazing fact will pop up and make everyone realize it really does belong up here: The Swedish version of this product has a climate footprint that is 88% lower than dairy whipped cream. Yeah, EIGHTY-EIGHT percent. So you can enjoy good feelings about the future of the planet as you whip it up as fluffy as you like and top your cocoa or waffles or strawberries, or pour it right from the box to make whatever you’re cooking more creamy and delicious. It checks all the boxes for an amazing whipping cream, including the rarely checked, but extremely awesome ‘NO COW’ box.
 

What might be less amazing

Lots of things in life are less amazing. But in this product specifically, it might be less amazing that we had to include some ingredients that sound simply terrifying (if you happen to be afraid of everything starting with and E, that is) but actually aren’t. And they’re here for good reason! Without them, our Whippable Creamy Oat wouldn’t be whippable, ruining the entire name of the product, and we can’t have that.

And in order to make this product whippable we had to add some saturated fats. We chose fully hydrogenated coconut and rapeseed oil, FYI.

cooking - Whippable Creamy Oat (250 mL)

Ingredients

Water, fully hydrogenated vegetable oils (coconut, rapeseed), oat base (oats, water), maltodextrin, emulsifiers (E472e, polysorbate 60), salt, acidity regulator (sodium citrate), stabilisers (E464, gellan gum), colour (beta carotene).

The product contains 5% oats.

Nutrition information per 100 ml:
Energy 1045 kJ/253 kcal
Fat 23 g
of which saturates 22 g Carbohydrate 11 g
of which sugars 2.3 g
Fibre 0.5 g
Protein <0.5 g
Salt 0.22 g

Other

Whipped easily when cold, and even easier with an electric whisk.

What about gluten? Read more!

Where do the ingredients come from?


Fully hydrogenated coconut- and rapeseed oil

Origin: Sweden, Indonesia, Philippines
Supplier: AAK

Water

Origin: Sweden
Supplier: LKR Oatly

OAT+WATER

Origin: Germany, Sweden, Poland, Finland, Lithuania, Denmark, Czech Republic
Supplier: Döhler sp. z o.o.

Maltodextrin

Origin: France, Hungary, Slovakia, Germany, Romania
Supplier: Cargill (Harbourdin) via Caldic

Salt

Origin: Denmark
Supplier: Dansk Salt/Nouryon

Stabilizer (E464, E418), Emulsifier (E472e, E435), Acidity regulator (E331)

Origin: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, UK, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador,  Guyana, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Suriname,  Uruguay, Venezuela,  Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland,  Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco,  Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, USA, Norway
Supplier: CP Kelco (via Azelis)Tate & Lyle

colour (beta carotene)

Origin: Germany
Supplier: Nordarom