How to Make Homemade Almond Milk
Did you know almond milk is super easy to make? While there is nothing wrong with store-bought almond milk, we want to share how simple real food truly is. Plus, when you try homemade almond milk, you may never buy it from the store again—it is so yummy. You can use this recipe in any of our recipes that call for almond milk.
Homemade Almond Milk
Recipe adapted from TheKitchn
2 cups organic raw almonds
4 cups water
Vanilla, honey, agave syrup for flavoring and sweeteners
- Cover almonds with 1 inch of water, cover and soak for 12-24 hours (or up to two days).
- Rinse and drain almonds
- Add almonds and water to blender or VitaMix
- Blend on high for 2 minutes after pulsing a few times to break the almonds up. The water should be white and the almonds should have the consistency of a fine meal.
- Line a strainer with cheesecloth or a nut bag, place strainer over a large bowl and strain the almond mixture.
- Squeeze the cheesecloth or nut bag to ensure all milk is strained from almond mixture. There are a ton of recipes available for using the leftover almond meal.
- If desired, sweeten to taste. However, we prefer the stuff straight.
- Refrigerate in a sealed container in the fridge for up to two days
Makes about 4 cups almond milk.
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