Home made *Cinnamon Spiced Almond Milk*

I love almond milk and have been drinking it for years. I needed a dairy milk substitute and I tried several different milks including rice, soy, coconut etc and none of them satisfied my milk desire LOL. When I tried almond milk I knew it was a winner, it mixed well with smoothies, cereal, oatmeal, pancakes and the list goes on. I was buying almond milk frequently from wholefoods or any health food store. After purchasing my Vitamix blender just recently I decided I would give making my own nut milk a try :-). YAYYYY it worked, it was YUMMY and i’m thrilled to share the recipe with you.

*Cinnamon Spiced Almond Milk*

*Raw Organic Almonds( I purchased mine from trader joes for a little over 5bucks)

*Organic Vanilla Extract Order Here
 * 100% pure maple syrup or 100%raw agave nectar Buy Here (Choose your favorite sweetener)
* Cinnamon spice  or you can use nutmeg or a tiny bit of both Purchase Here

* Organic Medjool Dates

1. Soak 2 cups of almonds overnight

2. Rinse the almonds like 2 times before putting them inside blender. If using 2 cups of almonds then blend with 5-6 cups of water. (ex: 1 cups of almonds add 3 or 4 cups of water)

3. Blend almonds and water together and strain liquid through nutbag. I have never milked a cow LOL but i’m going to assume its pretty similar.

Purchase NutMilk Bag Click here

4. Place the liquid milk that you strained back in the blender and add 3 dates, 2 tablespoons maple syrup, 1 teaspoon of vanilla you can also add actual vanilla bean, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. Let ingredients and milk blend in a high speed blender for 1 minutes until evenly blended

5. When its finish pour in a milk glass, jug, or a mason jar Order Here. I let mine chill for a hour or 2 before consumption. I would say use the milk within 3-5 days.  No more purchasing almond milk from the store Yippeee. Now you know and have complete control over whats going into your body. HAPPY NUT MILK MAKING ;-).

PS. Don’t throw away your almond pulp you will have plenty and can make almond flour out of it. Store it in the refrigerator for later use. You can dehydrate the pulp or put in the oven on low for a couple hours to dry out the pulp, and blend later to make almond flour.
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LaShana Nicole

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