Almond milk
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How to make tasty fresh almond milk in the NutriBullet

You may only have used your Nutribullet for smoothies, but there are plenty of other uses for this gadget, including making almond and other nut milks.

Almond milk is a perfect alternative for those who want to cut down on dairy in their diet, and the good news is that there’s very little that you need to buy to create tasty milk fresh at home.

What you’ll need to make almond milk in the NutriBullet:

  1. 1 cup Raw Almonds (non-pasteurized and organic if possible)
  2. Filtered Water
  3. A Nut milk bag (like this one available from Amazon.co.uk)
  4. Optional natural sweetener (about 5 dates, raw organic honey, agave syrup)

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Method:

  • Start by soaking your almonds overnight, or for at least 8 hours in the filtered water
  • Next, drain the almonds by pouring away the water
  • Place the cupful of almonds into the Tall cup of your NutriBullet and pour in more filtered water up to the max line.
  • Add the sweetener if you want to change the taste, or you could always add later if you prefer to see what the natural taste is like
  • Blend in the Nutribullet until you achieve as smooth a consistency as possible.
  • Strain the milk through the nut milk bag into a clean container and store in the fridge for 3-4 days max.

If you’d like to see an example of how almond milk can be made in the NutriBullet, check out this video

If you’re wondering which Nutribullet will work best for this almond milk, we think it’s best to use the NutriBullet Pro 900 series because of the more powerful motor, although it should also be possible to use the NutriBullet 600 series. Check out our comparison of the two machines if you’re thinking of making a purchase.