Thick Creamy Almond Milk will become your new favorite coffee BFF. Mixed in with freshly brewed coffee, the nutty almond flavor shines through and makes you smile in the morning – perfect for that long day ahead of you.
In a bowl, soak the almonds in 1 cup of water and let sit on the counter overnight.
The next day, rinse the almonds and blend with 2 cups of water. Start at a low setting and work your way up to maximum speed, blending at maximum for about 10 minutes.
Use in coffee or store in an airtight container for a week.
Having a good blender is key for this recipe or else the almonds will not get small enough and will leave a gritty texture behind.
If you don't have a really good blender, no problem! Strain the blended mixture through cheese cloth and squeeze the milk out really well; it will taste the same just not be thick. I'd also try letting the almonds soak in water for as long as you can!