DIY Drinks

DIY your own non-dairy milk, no sugar or additives

February 1, 2015

the only way to drink almond milk without an additives: make your own!Guys, I suck.

Go ahead, you can say it. I’ve been shit at updating this blog the past two weeks.

As you may know (or get the vibe) I love to be busy, but these past two weeks have been a whirlwind. So, again, a million apologies for the tardiness of this week’s posts. It is a wrong I am certainly going to right this week.

the only way to drink almond milk without an additives: make your own!the only way to drink almond milk without an additives: make your own!In the meantime, look at this awesomely beautiful almond milk! I made it for you! I mean, maybe you know how to make almond milk, but just in case, I thought I’d share how.

Plus, this was my first crack at it and I succeeded. That alone says how easy it is.

the only way to drink almond milk without an additives: make your own!I’m not 100% if it’s the most cost-effective since almonds can be quite pricey and it expires after about a week, BUT it’s like the only almond milk you’ll get that doesn’t have a ton of junk added in. Major bonus, in my book.

the only way to drink almond milk without an additives: make your own!Then you put it in a pretty little mason jar and voila! Almond milk for all your fave recipes and smoothies.

homemade almond milk
 
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The best way to get pure almond milk (no sugar or additives)? Make your own!
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Recipe type: Drinks
Ingredients
  • +1 cup almonds
  • +2 cups water
Instructions
  1. Soak almonds overnight or up to 24 hours.
  2. Pour almonds in food processor with water. Blend until liquified.
  3. Pour mixture through a cheese cloth, into a container.
  4. Refrigerate for up to a week.
  5. Tip: Save leftover almond bits to make almond flour!

P.S. Do you love how I’m sharing this post as the majority of the U.S. is watching the Super Bowl? #priorites

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