Almond Milk Recipes

Almond milk recipes can be used in your paleo, keto, or vegan recipes that call for non-dairy milk. 

Almond milk is a lower carb milk that can help to give you some extra protein. 

That is if the almonds have been processed in a way that helps to remove the anti-nutrients that may block protein absorption.

Tips for Making Almond Milk Recipes

Raw sprouted almonds will give you better nutrition than pasteurized almonds (which is more widely available these days - unfortunately). 

And there is quite some controversy over obtaining raw almonds - especially in California!

Make sure you know your almond source and you may want to look into finding a better source for purchasing truly raw almonds.

Soak your almonds overnight and up to 24 hours (in salted water) to help remove its anti-nutrients.

Anti-nutrients interfere with the digestion and absorption of vital nutrients like protein. 

Raw Almond Milk Recipes

Almond Milk Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Raw Organic Almonds
  • 2 to 4 cups of Filtered Water
  • Optional:  Pinch of Sea Salt, Organic Vanilla Extract, & Favorite Sweetener

Almond Milk Instructions:

  1. Add soaked almonds (almonds that are soaked overnight in water, rinsed, and drained) and other ingredients to a Vitamix or other high speed blender.
  2. Start on low speed and then blend on high for 1 to 2 minutes.
  3. Pour blended mixture into a nut milk bag and milk bag until all of the almond milk comes out.  Use milk right away or store in refrigerator for a few days.

Short-Cut Method Ingredients:

  • 2 Tbsp. of Raw Organic Sprouted Almond Butter
  • 2 to 4 cups of Filtered or Spring Water
  • Optional:  Pinch of Sea Salt, Organic Vanilla Extract, & Favorite Sweetener

Short-Cut Method Instructions:

  1. Blend ingredients until smooth and it's ready to drink.

How to Make Raw Almond Milk
- With Skinless Almonds


  • 3 cups of Raw Organic Almonds
  • Optional:  Sea Salt & Raw Organic Sweetener


  1. Cover raw almonds with filtered water and soak them overnight (12 hours is better).
  2. Then in the morning drain almonds and put them on a clean kitchen towel.
  3. Roll the towel with the almonds inside and roll towel with a back and forth motion - to loosen up the almond skins.
  4. Unroll the towel and pick out the nuts (without their skin) and continue until all almonds have lost their dark skin.
  5. Transfer nuts to a blender and add some filtered water (a good ratio is 1 cup of almonds to 3 cups of water).
  6. You can also add in a little sea salt and raw sweetener.
  7. Then blend nuts and water to create almond milk.
  8. Strain your almond milk using a cheesecloth, a fine sieve, or put nut milk through a juicer to remove the pulp.

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