Easily learn how to make Almond Flour. Whether you eat gluten free or not, almond flour adds a lovely taste and texture to your baking recipes.
Author: Gemma Stafford
Whole raw almonds, unsalted and not roasted
Using a high powered blender blend the almonds for roughly 1-2 minutes until fine and powdery. Take care not to overblend or the nuts will start to release their oils and you will end up with nut butter.
Sieve the almonds to remove any lumps of nuts. You can save the bigger pieces to snack on or add to smoothies.
Store in a labeled airtight container for 8 weeks or even in the fridge to keep them fresher for longer.