almond milk

Almond Milk

Almonds are rich in nutrients, including fiber, vitamin E, and magnesium. You can use almond milk for smoothies, coffee, and baking, or simply enjoy it on its own!

Unlike dairy milk, almond milk contains neither cholesterol nor lactose. Because it does not contain any animal products, almond milk is a great dairy alternative for vegans and vegetarians. 

Experience Level: Beginner


  • 1 ½ cups almonds
  • 2 medjool dates
  • ½ tsp vanilla bean powder
  • 8 cups of water
  • Pinch of sea salt (optional)

Makes ½ gallon

Product Needed

Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer, assembled with the juicing strainer.


  1. Add almonds, dates, and water to a large bowl. Cover with water. Place in the refrigerator to soak overnight or at least 8 hours. 
  2. Drain the almonds. Close the juicer's smart cap.
  3. Add a small portion of the almonds to the slow juicer. Then, add an equal amount of water. Continue alternating between almonds and water, small equal-sized portions at a time. Also, add dates and vanilla bean powder. Work slowly to give the juicer enough time to process the nuts. 
  4. Open the smart cap to release the almond milk. If desired, strain the milk for a thinner texture.
  5. Store in an airtight container for up to 72 hours.


You can also add cocoa powder, honey, or maple syrup to flavor your almond milk. 

Photo and recipe by theallnaturalvegan.