nut + seed milk

This one has been a long time coming. My milk recipes have been perfected and I must share the goods with you!

Let’s be clear on one thing, I had stipulations when I decided to do this back in 2018. First, it needed to be made with nuts or seeds that did not require straining, no time for that. Second, it needed to be easy, and third, taste good!

Making milk at home is very inexpensive, easy, and taste so much better than store bought. Even the organic, non-gmo options  at the grocery still have gums and fillers. Two things, I’m certain aren’t needed in my life.

I most commonly make cashew or hemp seed milk.  Lately, I have also been using a mix of macadamia + cashews + walnuts from ALDI and it’s been amaze.

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Raw cashews

High in dietary fiber + copper + zinc + magnesium

Can help lower (bad) LDL cholesterol + improve (good) HDL cholesterol

Good source of plant based protein

Helps fight inflammation

High antioxidant levels help protect the body of free radical damage


Raw Cashew Milk


  • 1 c raw cashews soaked in water for at least 2 hours, strain and rinse
  • 3 c filtered water ⠀
  • 1 tsp cinnamon ⠀
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • pinch of pink salt


  1. Blend in a high speed blender for at least 3 minutes. ⠀


Hemp seeds

Good balance of omegas 3 + 6

Boost immune system

Natural hormone balancer

Considered a perfect protein

Cancer fighter

Good source of fiber


Hemp Seed Milk


  • 1 c shelled hemp seeds⠀
  • 3 c filtered water⠀
  • 1 tsp cinnamon⠀
  • 1 tsp vanilla ⠀
  • pinch of pink salt


  1. Blend in a high speed blender for at least 3 minutes.

Note: both recipes can be doubled to make a larger batch! 

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