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DIY- Almond Milk

So a while ago a friend introduce me to homemade almond milk and I loved it. I have been making it ever since. Every time I ran out and have to use the store bought the experience is not the same.. Give it a try!

 

Ingredients 

  • 1 cup raw almonds- I used Terrasol raw almonds
  • 3-4 cups of water. add more if preferred
  • cheesecloth or cotton cloth
  • Nutribullet Blender
  • Sweetener is optional: like dates, honey, maple syrup or vanilla.

 

DSC_2976These are the type of almonds I usually use because they come unpasteurized and are organic.DSC_2982

Soak the almonds over night. Discard the soaking water before blending.DSC_3004Blend the almonds with the 3 cups of water.
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DSC_3007Lay the cotton cloth inside a bowl. Pour the milk inside the cloth and squeeze all the liquid out of it.
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Store the milk in a container and make sure to shake well before drinking. Add sweetener if preferred. My favorite way of drinking is in coffee or in a smoothie.
DSC_3010Don’t trow out the almond leftovers. Add them to my oatmeal or smoothies. This can also be use for baking, just spread it out on a baking sheet and bake it until it is completely dry and store it in the freezer.

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Here, I am wearing Flea Market Girl  silver/brass ring hand piece, crescent and silver gloaming rings.

Hope you enjoy this recipe! 🙂

 

 

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