Whole30 Almond Milk in a Vitamix
Homemade Whole30 Almond Milk has never been easier! This recipe takes only 4 ingredients and 5 minutes to make. This Paleo and Vegan almond milk is smooth, creamy, healthy and way better than store bought brands!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
You will never buy almond milk from the store again! Here is why:
- This Whole30 almond milk is incredibly easy to make.
- Unlike store bought almond milk, this recipe is made without carrageenan, without gum, without additives and without sea salt.
- It is significantly healthier than store bought.
- This almond milk is Whole30 compliant and approved.
- It is great for those who are Vegan, lactose intolerant, dairy free, gluten free and Paleo.
- Unlike most homemade almond milks, this recipe is made without soaking almonds. No need to soak almonds overnight.
- This almond milk is customizable and can be made thinner or thicker.
What is Almond Milk?
Almond milk is a popular and upcoming plant milk. It is made from almonds and water. Unlike most dairy milks, it is lower in saturated fat and contains no lactose.
First, add all ingredients to a high speed blender or Vitamix. Start with 3 cups of water, adding more if milk is too thick. Blend until smooth and creamy.
Then, place a fine strainer, cheesecloth or nut milk bag over a large bowl.
Next, pour the almond milk from the blender through the strainer and into the bowl.
Save or discard the almond pulp in the strainer.
Lastly, store almond milk in refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, you cannot freeze almond milk. The consistency will be altered too much.
Almond, cashew and macadamia nut milks are great for Paleo! I personally love almond milk the best.
There are many Whole30 compliant almond milks on the market today. I prefer Califia Farms unsweetened almond milk. Check labels to make sure almond milk is free from sugar, soy, MSG, additives, and carrageenan.
Yes, you can have unsweetened almond milk on Whole30 as long as the other ingredients are also Whle30 compliant.
Yes, you can froth almond milk.
Almond milk is made from almonds, whereas oat milk is made from oats. Oat milk is NOT Paleo, Grain free or Whole30 approved.
Cashew milk is made from cashews. It is very similar in taste, texture and consistency to almond milk.
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Get the Recipe: Homemade Whole30 Almond Milk in the Vitamix
- First, add all ingredients to Vitamix or high speed blender.
- Start with 3 cups of water, adding more if milk is too thick.
- Blend on high until smooth and creamy.
- Next, place a fine strainer, cheesecloth or nut milk bag over a large bowl.
- Pour the almond milk from the blender through the strainer into the bowl.
- Save or discard any pulp left in strainer.
- Lastly, store almond milk in airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
- Use either almond flour or almond powder. I love the Octonuts Almond Protein powder.
- Start with only 3 cups of water in Vitamix. Add more water, 1/4 cup at a time if milk is too thick.
- Use a fine strainer, cheesecloth or nut milk bag to strain milk.
- Store almond milk in the fridge for up to 5 days. It will go bad after that.
- Nutrition facts include both almond pulp and dates, which are mostly strained out. The calories are much lower.
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