Easy DIY Almond Milk


In the last year, I have been making many changes in regards to what I eat. One significant change I made was switching from regular milk to almond milk. I initially did not like the taste of almond milk but after giving it a fair try, I came to really love it.

Back in January while on break (and having just run out of almond milk), I came across this recipe and decided to give it a try. The process of making almond milk is very simple and foolproof: soak almonds overnight, pulse in food processor with water, strain, repeat voila! The taste of almond is much more pronounced than regular store bough almond milk, but delicious nonetheless. I like to add a bit of vanilla and agave sweetener but really, the possibilities are endless. 
L: The almonds after their first go in the food processor.  R: The finished product
The great thing about this recipe is how easy it is to turn the leftover almond "pulp" into almond flour. I simply just spread out the almond remains on a baking sheet and dry them out (I usually just toss it in the oven for a bit and then let it air dry), pulse it through the food processor and that's it! One recipe, two great outcomes. 


  1. I'm most definitely going to have to try this! I have grown to love Almonds and I'm all about trying to eat healthier, etc... Thanks for the tip!!!!

  2. nice- next open weekend afternoon I have I'm trying this! I don't eat/drink much dairy at all so I drink almond milk too (well, I put it in my oatmeal that is).

  3. THIS is awesome!!  Thank you so much for sharing with us!  Last year, I change my eating habits too bc of health reasons.  And this is perfect 2-in-1!!  YAY!

    xo, sam