Make Richer Almond Milk With Almond Butter

Make Richer Almond Milk With Almond Butter

Almond milk is the non-dairy milk replacement of choice for a lot of folks, but the stuff from the store can taste a little flat. To make rich, creamy almond milk almost instantly, you just need a few tablespoons of almond butter.

Photo by Abi Porter.

According to Food52, Laura Wright developed the recipe for The First Mess Cookbook, and it’s the fastest, easiest almond milk recipe ever. Just combine three tablespoons of almond butter with 1 1/2 cups of water and blend until smooth. From there, you can customise it with honey, maple syrup or a little vanilla, and then blend it into smoothies, pour it over your cereal, or enjoy it all on its own.

A Smarter Way to Make Almond Milk (No Soaking, No Straining) [Food52 ]

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