How to make Almond Milk

Believe it or not, Almond Milk is very easy to make. Probably a lot easier than you think. I originally found out how to make almond milk from Danispies- YouTube Channel ( amazing channel by the way).  Then found a thousand of different sites that tell you How to make almond milk. However, all of them is pretty much the same. Basically all you do is add almonds and water in a blender and then blend it. Okay there’s is a little more steps, but that’s the basic idea. Before I bore you with just describing almond milk, here’s the recipe.

almond milk 1INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 cup of Almonds
  • 4 cups of Water
  • sweetener of your choice (sugar, agave, date etc)(optional)
  • vanilla extract or chocolate extract (optional)


Step 1) (Optional but recommended) place almonds in a container and fill container with enough water to cover all of the almonds.

Almonds in water step 1

Step 2) (optional but recommended) place container in the fridge or at room temperature for eight to forty-eight hours.

place almonds in fridge

Step 3) Drain water from almonds and place almonds in blender and add in the 4 cups of water, sweetener (I like agave or honey), and vanilla or chocolate extract.

almonds blender

Step 4) Blend for about 1 minute or until you have a creamy look.


Step 5) Using a mesh strainer strain the milk though, separating all solids from the milk.


Step 6) Store in a container for later (up to a week) or Enjoy now :).


TIPS: Optional steps makes the almond milk creamier as well as last longer. Without steps 1 and 2 the almond milk will on last 2-3 days.

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