If you have a nut mylk bag and a blender or food processor then you’re good to go! It’s easy to make your own almond mylk at home and so much cheaper than store bought stuff. Remember to keep the nut pulp because you can do a whole bunch of things with it, like add it to smoothies, make bliss balls or bake with it!
Makes about 1 litre
3/4 cup almonds
1 litre filtered water
Place the almonds in a jar with some tap water to the top. Seal and let them soak overnight.
The next day, rinse the almonds before putting them in a blender or food processor with the filtered water.
Blend for about 2 mins on the highest speed possible.
Pour into a nut mylk bag with a large bowl underneath to catch all the mylk and gently squeeze out the mylk into the bowl. Keep squeezing until all the liquid is gone and you’re just left with the pulp.
Using a funnel, pour the mylk into glass bottle/s and top it up with a bit more filtered water until you get your desired concentration. Seal the bottles with lids.
Keep in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.