Nut Milk

  • 2 cups warm filtered water
  • 1 cup raw natural nuts of your choice or use blanched almonds for a very white coloured milk
  • 8 drops liquid Stevia to taste

Place nuts in a blender

Add 1 1/2 cups of warm filtered water and add stevia

Blend all the ingredients together until smooth

Pour through a strainer into a bowl and then transfer to  jug or container

Pour into latte glass and enjoy or can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.

7 Responses to “Nut Milk”

  1. Lizz says:

    Hi Lee, what if you are allergic to nuts? Can you suggest an alternative? I find these diets and recipes extremely difficult when so many recipes have nuts, nut flours or avocado… Would love any tips!! Ta!!

  2. anni says:

    Hi Lee, why does the filtered water need to be warm to make the nut milk? Thanks

  3. Sophie says:

    Hi Lee. All recepies I read before have nuts soaked overnight. You don’t think soaking required?
    Thanks
    Sophie

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