After you make almond milk do you ask yourself, what can I do with this leftover stuff –the pulp? Or find yourself wondering, where are the recipes for almond milk pulp? You are not alone!
It’s a universal culinary conundrum.
Recipes with Almond Milk Pulp
Whenever I post a nut milk recipe, readers ask without fail, what can I do with the leftover nut milk pulp?
Thankfully, I have a few ideas for you.
Nut Milk Recipes and Nut Milk Pulp
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You know what they say —waste not, want not.
Almond flour is expensive, we can’t use it for every single recipe.
The pulp leftover from nut milk is “free.” Most people throw it away, but don’t do that. It’s a useful ingredient and I developed these recipes especially for it.
Nut Milk Pulp Recipes without Dehydrator
The recipes below use the leftover pulp from nut milk. These recipes do not require a dehydrator or any fussy treatment, they go straight into the recipe, like any normal ingredient.
You simply use the leftover pulp in these cookie (and cracker) recipes, just like regular flour!
Best Recipes for Almond Milk Pulp
Here are the best recipes using nut milk pulp!
Almond Pulp Crackers
Paleo Raw Chocolate Bites
How Almond Milk is Made
To wrap things up, let’s discuss how almond milk is made from scratch.
Sure, the store bought stuff is convenient and tastes ok, but there’s nothing like homemade almond milk.
Soak the Almonds
All you need to do is soak the almonds overnight, then rinse them thoroughly.
Blend Almonds with Water Then Strain
Next, bend the soaked almonds with fresh water, and strain through a nut milk bag. I love adding vanilla bean to my almond milk and a touch of stevia too.
For all the details go to my Homemade Almond Milk recipe.