Almond milk is very easy to make.


1 large cup of nuts

3 large cups of water (ratio should be 1 to 3)

3 Madjool dates

You can also add 1 tsp of turmeric and a tsp of dried ginger or 2 tsps of vanilla syrup for added flavour.

  1. Soak one large cup of almonds in water overnight
  2. Transfer the soaked nuts to a blender and add 3 cups of water
  3. Blend together for a good 3 minutes stopping for a few seconds every 30 seconds
  4. Using a nut bag or piece of muslin pour the nut milk through the bag in to a bowl. Squeeze out the water until you are left with just the pulp.
  5. Transfer the almond milk to a jug and pour in to a sealable bottle.

    The almond milk will keep for several days in the fridge. It does tend to separate. If this happens give it a good shake.
    You can use the pulp so it doesn’t go to waste. Dry it out in the oven at 180C for about 15 minutes. Store in a jar and sprinkle on yoghurt or cereal.

    You can also use this same technique using other types of nuts for example hazelnuts and cashews.

A good place to buy the nut bag is from they also have a range of blenders.

Lakeland also have a good range of blenders

It is worth spending money on a really good blender. This can then be used to make nut butters as well as nut milks!