Healthy Baking, Homemade Ingredients How to Make Almond Milk 4.93 from 13 votes Create a Profile! × Sign Up Already have an account? Sign In Jump To Recipe Jump To Video Save Recipe Learn how to make Almond Milk for a delicious non-dairy alternative you can use for smoothies, curries, soups and for all of your baking recipes. By Gemma Stafford | January 23, 2017 | 52 Last updated on November 11, 2019 This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure for details. Hi Bold Bakers! Welcome to the fourth and final episode of my Bold Baking Boot Camp. This week we are learning How to Make Almond Milk and other non-dairy milks Cashew Milk and Coconut Milk. In previous weeks we covered how to make Gluten-Free Flours, a Sugar Substitute Chart and a Weight Conversion Chart, so if you missed those you can always catch up. Whether you eat dairy free or not, nut milks have made their way into our everyday diets. We have them in drinks like coffee, smoothies and also curries and soups. They taste great and they are incredibly easy to make. I’m going to show you how to make 3 of the most popular non-dairy milks. We have come a long way in recent years from thinking that dairy free, gluten free and vegan ingredients and recipes are just for those who are intolerant or have a particular diet. Chefs and restaurants have educated themselves and learned how to serve up 5 star food that is geared towards anyone who wants to eat a particular way. Almond Milk is a creamy and delicious non-dairy milk that is high in protein. You can also out my recipes for Cashew milk and Coconut milk. Important Note: You can replace Non-Dairy Milks for regular milk or water in your recipes. The equation is equal parts 1:1 ratio. Try These Recipes! What Is "Healthy Baking?" Clean Vs. Low-Calorie BakingPeanut Butter Chocolate Chip Homemade Clif BarsApricot Almond Homemade LarabarsHomemade Wheat Thins Watch The Recipe Video! Play How to Make Almond Milk 4.93 from 13 votes Print Recipe Add to Favorites Loading… Learn how to make Almond Milk for a delicious non-dairy alternative you can use for smoothies, curries, soups and for all of your baking recipes. Author: Gemma Stafford Servings: 1 quart Dairy Free Nuts Blender Prep Time 10 minsTotal Time 10 mins Learn how to make Almond Milk for a delicious non-dairy alternative you can use for smoothies, curries, soups and for all of your baking recipes. Author: Gemma Stafford Servings: 1 quart Ingredients 1 cup (50z/142g) almonds, raw unsalted4 cups (32floz/900ml) filtered or purified water Instructions Soak your nuts in 4 cups of water (2 pints) for 8 hours at room temperature.Discard soaking water and rinse your nuts in a collinderPlace soaked nuts and fresh new water in high speed blender. Cover and blend on high for 1-2 minutes. It will be milky and have a bit of foam on the top.Strain milk through a clean tea towel or a nut bag and squeeze into a bowl.Store in a covered glass jar, bottle or pitcher in the refrigerator, it’ll be good for about 4-5 days.Feel free to add vanilla, cinnamon or other flavors to your milk. Play Recipe Notes I find that 1 cup of nuts is more than enough for 1 quart of milk, some people prefer 2 cups.These same instructions work for any nut that you prefer to use. Though, generally almonds are my go-to choice.Separation is totally natural with homemade nut milks, just be sure to shake it up just before serving. And in case you missed previous episodes, make sure to get my Homemade Gluten Free flours and Weight Conversion Chart.