A few months ago, my husband and I decided to start a blog and share our thoughts on healthy, plant-based recipes.
We decided to get the almond milk from the local supermarket.
As we were going to the store, I noticed a lot of products were made from almond milk, even though we didn’t know it at the time.
The almond milk we used for our almond milk had a nice nutty taste and had a creamy texture.
It was a lot easier to make almond milk than it was to make the coconut milk we wanted to make, which is why I like to make my own.
I always find myself wondering if it’s possible to make unsweetening almond milk.
While we did not get any results from it, we still did have a lot more questions about the process than we had any experience with before.
And I wanted to know if there was any way to make it unsweetensome.
I’m sure it’s easy to find unsweeteners on the market.
They’re usually just listed as “sugar” or “hydrolyzed” (which means they’re made from sugar and water).
So, I thought, why not make it a little more challenging by adding some natural flavors and natural ingredients?
The results were pretty awesome.
I mean, it was definitely a challenge to make something that tastes like almond milk with some of the natural ingredients, but it turned out pretty delicious.
I used almond milk for our homemade almond milk and it turned into an amazing drink!
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Print Recipe 3/4 cup almond milk (80g) + 1 tbsp.
unsweeted vanilla extract + 1 tsp.
cinnamon + 1/2 tsp.
salt + 1 cup coconut milk (125ml) + 2 tbsp.
almond butter (80ml) or coconut flour (60ml) Instructions In a blender, puree almond milk until smooth.
Add vanilla extract and cinnamon and blend until creamy.
Add the coconut oil and almond butter and blend for another minute or so.
Add almond milk mixture and almond flour mixture and blend again for a few minutes.
Pour into a glass and let stand for 20 minutes or until it has thickened.
Taste and add salt if needed.
Notes *The almond milk should be thick and creamy.
For a smooth drink, I recommend adding 1 tbsp of almond butter to make a thicker drink.
If your milk is too thick, add a little less almond butter.
I like the texture of a thicker almond milk but it would be a challenge for someone with small hands or an allergy.
*I used a little coconut flour, but any kind of coconut flour will work.
*To make your almond milk unsweet, pure it first and then add the ingredients.
The only ingredients you’ll need are a blender and almond milk to make your smoothie.
*You’ll want to leave out the water, since it can be difficult to drink this unsweet.
You’ll also want to remove any water and sugar from the almond butter, because it is not as watery as some unsweet chocolate bars.
*If you want to keep your unsalted buttery almond milk pure, you can store it in the refrigerator for a couple days, but if you make your dairy-free almond milk ahead of time, it can keep for several months. 3.2.2925