You’re probably wondering how you make almond milk when almonds don’t have udders.
Mooove over and I’ll tell you…
Soak 1 cup almonds in water overnight
That’s it! 3 easy steps to homemade almond milk.
Now let’s address your questions:
Why on Earth would you make your own almond milk when you can buy it in the store? Because you can, right Heather?
Is it more expensive to make your own almond milk? Nope, it’s actually cheaper to make your own almond milk so run out and buy your almonds in bulk and get milkin’.
How long will homemade almond milk last since it’s not full of preservatives? This almond milk will last about 4-5 days in the fridge. If you don’t use it up, freeze your leftovers in ice cube trays to mix in with protein shakes.
What are you going to make next, homemade gym socks? Next question…
What if I like sweetened almond milk? To sweeten add a few drops of stevia and if you really want to get fancy blend in some vanilla bean seeds. Oh, and off the record, if you want to try chocolate almond milk mix in a few tablespoons of dark chocolate cocoa powder and let me know how it turns out.