Walnuts are one of the best nuts to consume. They are an excellent source of anti-inflammatory omega-3 essential fatty acids, rich in antioxidants. Additionally, they are a great source of manganese and copper and biotin. They are one of the best nuts to consume for healthy hair from the inside out. So if you have hard time-consuming walnuts, why not try drinking it in the form of milk. See how I make my own homemade walnut milk.
Items Needed to Make Homemade Walnut Milk
- 1 cup Walnuts
- 2- 32oz of Alkaline or spring water
- 1/4 tsp. Sea Salt
- Elle’s Best Nut Milk Bag (see below on how to save on this)
- High-Speed Blender
How to Make Homemade Raw Walnut Milk
It is so easy to make your own nut milk and taste so much better than most store-bought and premade milks. Check out this video where I show you how I make the homemade raw walnut milk.
Instructions on Making Walnut Milk
- Soak walnuts for about 4-6 hours or overnight
- Drain and rinse walnuts in strainer
- Place all ingredients into blender and blend for about 60 seconds
- Strain milk through nut milk bag into mason jar
- Store for up to 3-5 days
The Key to Homemade Milk: The Nut Bag
Elle’s Best Nut Milk Bag is a large 12″ X 12″ commercial grade nut milk bag made of fine mesh nylon cheesecloth. It is reusable and functions perfectly as an all-purpose strainer and cold brew coffee filter. You can us the bag for many different things such as milk, juice tea, and cold brew coffee.
I absolutely love this nut milk bag. I have had a few other ones as I indicated in my pumpkin milk video and they have not lasted as long as this one. Having a quality nutmilk bags actually, saves you in the longer term by providing more product and a much creamier milk.
Discount on Ellie’s Best Nut Milk Bag
The folks at Elle’s Best offering you a discount on your purchase plus some freebies. You will get a free e-book Ellie’s Best free e-book filled with recipes and how-to videos.
Use Product Code: Alexandria to save and with your order. (Note: This discount and special is only for their website and not Amazon or any other sites you may find the bag on.)
Now that you got the big secret to it all I know you are wondering…
What To Do With The Left Over Pulp?
Now that the milk is removed you can store the remaining bag contents in the refrigerator and use in a variety of dishes such as cookies, pancakes, muffins and much more. I add it to my oatmeal to make it creamy and add extra protein. Likewise, you can just discard it. No shame in that!