20 Nov 2013

POWER SMOOTHIE with FRESH ALMOND MILK


Today's post is simple and short. This is primarily because the recipe I WANTED to give you is taking longer to dehydrate than expected. Hint: it has something to do with chocolate and cookies. Oh, wait. That gave it away, didn't it...

My mom made almond milk with our new nut milk bags this morning and I thought it would be delicious added to my daily smoothie. I was right. Here are some easy recipes for making your own nut milk. The flavour is incomparable to the store-bought variety. Nuff said.


POWER SMOOTHIE with FRESH ALMOND MILK

2 banana
1 cup frozen berries
1 tablespoon Jump Up and Go Go (Go Green)
1 cup almond milk 
1/2 cup chopped pineapple

Blend. Pour. Sip.

16 comments:

  1. mmmmm I remember that one time I made almond milk.... so hard to go back to store bought ;( now I have to dream about chocolate cookies.. :)

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  2. This looks scrumptious
    I was wondering where you got your glass jars from? I've tried to find some on etsy but these are heaps nicer

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    1. Thrift store! :D You can get them in box sets for ULTRA cheap <3

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  3. What kind (brand?) of nut milk bag did you get?

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    1. I'm trying out a few different kinds right now but I think my mom used ones from Upaya Naturals this time.

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  4. Hey its hippy mom I apologize for my post saying hi and how great you and your food are, I noticed my post took down almost instantly

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    1. I was so excited when i found you blog, i posted, it was up for a while, then took down?so i figured i broke some blog rule, im new at this?

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  6. hey where did you get the glass jar ( the one with the shake in it) I love the designs on there!

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    1. Hey - thanks! I got it from a thrift store.

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  7. Hi Emily, I have found your blog just now and opened first a post of sweet, as I love them!! Oh, so yummy looking!! And great photos, too. Will definitely come back here for some good recipes :)

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  8. How long does it take you to make this milk? The color is so nice! :))

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    1. The nuts need to soak for at least 4 hours, then it only takes a few minutes to blend it all together and strain :)

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  10. Woww! Fresh almond milk is very delicious! :)

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