Today I’m going to teach you how to make homemade vanilla mint almond milk.

Thirsty? Good. You are in luck!

I decided the easiest thing to do would be to make a video of exactly how I do it so you can get to creating and enjoying ASAP.

How to Make Homemade Vanilla Mint Almond Milk

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5 Items You Will Need to DIY Vanilla Mint Almond Milk

  1. Almonds
  2. Cheese Cloth
  3. Stevia (I started making this now with Monk Fruit vs. Stevia. Use code ‘AGUTSYGIRL’ at checkout to save an automatic 15%.) Learn more about the differences between Stevia and monk fruit HERE.
  4. Vanilla
  5. Mint

You’ll also need water.

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How to Make Almond Milk

If you want to make just plain-old almond milk, you can. Follow the same instructions, but leave out everything except for the almonds and water.

  1. Make sure to not throw out the almond pulp. See what I do with mine in the video.
  2. You can literally do any flavor desired. Organic extracts are everywhere. 
  3. Use this homemade milk to use in a smoothie, milkshake, or nice cream. So good!

And here are some more things to know.

Is this almond milk better than Silk Almond Milk?

You can insert any brand of almond milk into the above question.

The answer is that it depends.

With Silk and most other commercially made almond milks, it’s not just nut and water. There are a whole host of other ingredients which make the alternative milk have that thick mouthfeel similar to dairy milk (i.e. carrageenan, gums, etc.)

From a texture standpoint, this almond milk is not the same.

Even from a taste standpoint it’s going to be different because this homemade almond milk is real almond milk.

Does almond milk go bad?

Yes! Because this almond milk is so fresh, it will only last for up to a few days in the fridge without going bad. 

This is why I don’t make huge quantities at any given time.

Can you use other nuts to make homemade plant-based milks?

Yes, you can! You’ll have to do some trial and error. But there are so many incredible nut-based milks on the market to derive inspiration from.

Have you ever made your own “milk?”

Not interested in making your own, but want a great list of alternative milks?

Check out Coconut Milk HERE and Which Milk to Choose HERE

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