Since I made Almond Milk for the first time, I fell in love with it and I’ve made it several more times. In compliance with my diet routines I have had it more frequently in the last few days.
If you are on a diet, here are some of the dietary benefits of Almond Milk
Almond milk is a beneficial addition to a diet geared toward weight loss or weight management. Almond milk is also high in fiber.
A glass of almond milk contains nearly one gram of fiber per 8oz. serving, and fiber is important for healthy digestion.
Plain, original almond milk provides only 60 to 70 calories per cup, and it’s:
Low in protein, providing only 1 to 2 g per cup,
Low in fat 2.5 g
Has 0 g saturated fat
Only 8 g carbohydrates
(culled from thescienceofeating.com)
• Almonds (untoasted, unsalted)
• *Dates (or Honey)to sweeten (optional)
• Vanilla extract
– Soak dried unsalted Almonds for 8 – 12 hours or over night.
* If you are using dates, soak and pit the dates you need about 1/4 cup dates to 1 cup almond.
Rinse Almonds and blend. If you are using dates, blend with dates and water in a blender till smooth. Add vanilla extract.
Use a cheese cloth or muslin cloth to seive it and collect the milk in a clean bowl.
You can serve chilled,
Make a milk shake with it…
It tastes delicious with cereal