Homemade Almond Milk -- dairy free, gluten free, vegetarian

Posted on March 25, 2015 at 11:30 AM


Making almond milk at home is simple + delicious! Free from additives and preservatives, this almond milk tastes incredible, is a clean source of protein, and can be made right from your kitchen. With only 2 ingredients, you’ll be making this delicious milk weekly!




• 4 cups filtered water

• 1 cup raw almonds




• Soak almonds overnight in water.

• Place almonds and water into food processor.

• Blend until almonds are broken into fine granules, and no chunks can be seen.

• Pour milk into cheesecloth over a bowel. (The bowel will catch the milk, while the cheesecloth catches the granules.

• Squeeze the cheesecloth to release as much liquid as possible.

• Transfer the remaining, fresh almond milk from bowel into a mason jar.

• Store in fridge for up to 7 days.

• Enjoy!


Tip* Keep the almond granules and spread them on a cookie sheet. Place in the over on the lowest heat to dehydrate for about 3-4 hours. Perhaps while you’re doing your chores around the house! When completed, you have created your own almond flour. Free almond flour and no waste is a call for cheers – hip hip hooray!



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