2-Minute Nut Milk

2-Minute Nut Milk

[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #9b9b9b;”] H[/dropcap]ave you ever made your own nut milk?

One of my favourite things in the world is drinking big cups of hot milky Irish breakfast tea. Preferably sitting next to a certain Irishman.

The only problem is I like a lot of milk in my tea. Which can easily spike my blood sugar.

So mostly I opt to drink black tea.

But during my recent month experiment of eating dairy-free I was craving milky tea. And had the inspiration to make nut milk using some nut butter.

So easy. And So good!

No need for all the soaking and food processor-ing. Plus hardly any waste. Yay!

I’ve used almond butter and also a brazil-cashew-almond butter blend and both have been delicious.

And if you’re OK with eating regular butter, the creamier version below is a real winner!

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2-Minute Nut Milk

Course Drinks
Cuisine modern
Keyword 2-minutes, dairy-free, milk, simple
Total Time 2 minutes
Servings 1 cup

Ingredients

  • 1-2 tablespoons nut butter
  • 1 cup boiling water

Instructions

  1. Combine nut butter and hot water in a tall glass or cup. Blend with a stick blender until creamy.
  2. Strain and transfer nut milk to a small bottle, discarding the solids. Or add them to whatever you’re cooking.

Recipe Video

Nut Milk Variations & Substitutions

Keto / ultra low carb – use macadamia butter.

nut-free – you could probably do the same thing with coconut butter.

creamier – use 1 tablespoon nut butter and 1 tablespoon unsalted butter.

Low FODMAP – use macadamia nut butter.

Prepare Ahead

Yes! Just make as per the recipe. Leftovers will keep in the fridge for up to 5 days or can be frozen.

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Have fun in the kitchen!

With love,
Jules x

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6 Comments

  • Brilliant. I’ve been thinking of getting off cream in my morning coffee and almond milk from the store is watered down and IMO tasteless. So I was thinking of making my own – a bit of work so haven’t got there yet. This is brilliant – will make some tomorrow (after I get almond butter).

    • Hope you enjoy Miriam!

      I can’t believe how bland commercial almond milks are.

      Love that with this method you can make it as creamy as you like :)

  • Can this be used just like almond milk, ie. on cereal? I make my own almond milk and it’s good, but a real hassle plus figuring out what to do with all the almond meal that is leftover.

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