Homemade Almond Milk

Homemade Almond Milk

I’ve been drinking almond milk for awhile now, and I keep seeing people posting about how much better it is to make your own, but it just always seemed so much easier to buy it. But finally I decided to give it a try and I don’t think I’ll ever go back. For starters, almond milk should be made of just almonds and water…but have you ever looked at the ingredients on a carton? No need to put all of that extra crap in my body any longer…

It probably helps that I have a good Champion juicer.  After the initial soaking, the whole process (including cleanup) took me 10 minutes max.

If you really want to make something delicious, add some stevia and vanilla…and maybe some cinnamon for a seasonal treat. Add some cocao and stevia for a chocolate version…yum!

Homemade Almond Milk


  • 1 cup almonds
  • 1 cup water
  • Dash of vanilla optional
  • A few drops of stevia optional


For good juicers:

  • Soak almonds in water overnight
  • Rinse almonds until the water runs clear
  • Add a scoop of almonds to your juicer at a time with equal parts water. That's it! What comes out is almond milk!

For blenders:

  • Soak almonds in water overnight
  • Rinse almonds until the water runs clear
  • Add the almonds and water to your blender
  • Strain through a cheesecloth or fine mesh

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    Posted at 17:34h, 18 October Reply

    […] latte, and  just as satisfying.  If you have a decent juicer or blender, you should really start making your own almond milk, the stuff in the store has way more ingredients than “almonds and water”…which […]

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