Almond milk is made when almonds are soaked for 12 hours in water and then blended with a little more water. Almond milk can be used in place of regular milk to make glasses of chocolate milk, or provide milk for a bowl of cereal. Not only is almond milk good for you, it can be used by individuals who are diagnosed as lactose intolerant.
Things You'll Need
- Almond milk
- Ice cube trays
Strain your almond milk by placing a cheesecloth over a tall glass. Pour the almond milk through the cheesecloth into the glass. You may have to press the liquid through. This will remove any bits of almonds so that you can freeze your milk.
Pour the almond milk from the glass into ice cube trays. This is the easiest and most practical way to freeze your almond milk. You will be able to remove a few ice cubes at a time for defrosting, or a whole tray.
Set the ice cube trays in the freezer. The almond milk should be frozen in two to four hours.
Tips & Warnings
- Save your leftover almond pulp after straining to use in pie crusts or meatloaves.
- Always shake your almond milk before you drink it. Some settling may occur.
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