Oats in Hot Chocolate-Blessing
If we say hamotzi blessing to bread made of oat and sehakol to my morning hot chocolate, which blessing should I say to my hot chocolate when I put oat in it as well? I guess it depends on the amount of oat in the hot chocolate, am I right?
Or would it be motzi only if I bake the oat, but not when I cook it, even in my hot chocolate?
Maybe I should say mezonot as a halfway between motzi and sehakol? I don’t eat gluten, so I don’t really have many opportunities to say motzi, because even if bread or challa has oat in it, it can’t be made only of oat, or at least I don’t do it.
So this is the origin of my question: if I can add the amount of oat to my hot chocolate so it would be motzi, or it would never be, as motzi blessing is only to baked goods and not cooked? From what amount of oat in my hot chocolate would I need to change my sehakol blessing and to what, if it matters at all?