Easy Homemade Almond Milk

How to make almond milk - delicious, frothy and dairy-free

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Homemade almond milk is an easy and satisfying dairy-free alternative. Unlike store-bought almond milk, fresh almond milk is creamy, frothy and delicious.




  1. Cover the almonds with 2 cups of water and leave to soak for a minimum of 12 hours, but up to 48 hours is fine.
  2. Drain the soaking liquid.
  3. Put the almonds in a blender and pour in 2 to 4 cups of water (chlorine free is best for making yogurt).
  4. Grind until the almonds are a coarse meal.
  5. Pour the ground almonds and water through a nut bag or several layers of cheesecloth to strain out the almonds.
  6. Squeeze any remaining “milk” from the ground almonds.
  7. Store the milk in the fridge and use within 3 days. (See notes for longer storage options.) The ground almonds will last for 1 week in the fridge.


Keywords: paleo, keto, vegan, whole 30, preservative free, gluten free, sugar free, soy free, dairy free, breakfast, coffee, dessert