Yummy Nut Milk
Quick easy Almond milk, or use any nut you like! All you need is a high speed blender, a strainer, cheese cloth and a container to store the milk. Remember to soak your nuts in water. Just cover 1 cup in filtered water befor you go to bed, it will be ready to make into nut milk when you get up!
Servings Prep Time
81/2 cup servings 10minutes
Passive Time
8hours
Servings Prep Time
81/2 cup servings 10minutes
Passive Time
8hours
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Put almonds in a bowl and add water until they are covered. Cover bowl and allow to sit for 8 hours or overnight.
  2. Strain the liquid off the almonds but don’t toss it! Add enough to make 4-6 cups of water…this will make your milk.
  3. Put soaked almonds and 4 – 6 cups of filtered water in a high speed blender.
  4. add a dash of Celtic Sea salt if you like.
  5. add 3 medjool dates if you want it sweet.
  6. blend on high speed until purreed.
  7. Line a fine mesh strainer with cheese cloth and place over a large container.
  8. Pour the pureed nut water into the strainer and allow it to sit for 30 minutes until only pulp is left in the strainer.
  9. Store the nut milk in a glass jar in the fridge for 3 days.
  10. Put the almond pulp in a zip loc baggie, pat out flat, freeze and use in muffins, pancakes, etc.
Recipe Notes

You can use this with any nut…macadamia nuts are great if you need milk for a dessert, such as cheesecake or pudding. ¬†Cashews are great for gravies.

For Coconut milk use unsweetened coconut flakes.  You can also add Coconut flakes to your nut milks.