Nut milks (or mylks as the fancy people like to call it) have been very popular in the last few years. With more and more people discovering their allergies or sensitivities to dairy products or just more people moving away from animal products, the rise in popularity on nut milks have skyrocketed.
You can easily find all different types of nut milks in the grocery stores now, from flavoured, to sweetened – you name it, you will likely find it! But did you know that nut milk is actually very easy to make? The basic recipe is really just 2 ingredients: the nut you picked and water! If you like it sweetened or flavoured, you can add pitted dates or honey and flavours like cocoa powder, strawberries or vanilla extract.
I usually make almond milk as I love the taste of almond. I find the almond milk you buy in stores don’t actually taste anything like almonds which is so disappointing! When you make your own, you can really taste the difference! If you are not a fan of almonds, you can also make cashew, pecan, or even macadamia nut milks!