How To Make Homemade Almond Meal Using Leftover Pulp
Do you enjoy the taste of almond milk? So do we! With the MOD Cold Press Juicer, you can create your own delightful and creamy almond milk within minutes, free from any undisclosed additives. The homemade version of almond milk surpasses the quality of store-bought alternatives. Say goodbye to hidden preservatives, sugars, or artificial coloring!
You can even personalize your almond milk by incorporating a hint of vanilla extract, cinnamon, or maple syrup to add a touch of sweetness.
Utilizing a cold-pressed juicer like the MOD Cold Press eliminates the need for straining the milk through a nut milk bag, simplifying the process even further.
With so many reasons to make your own almond milk we don't doubt you'll be making your own weekly. If you’re wondering what to do with the leftover pulp, we’ve got you covered!
Keep scrolling to learn how to turn your leftover almond pulp into almond meal.
How to Make Your Own Almond Meal
The first step is to make almond milk with your MOD Cold Press Juicer. After you’ve made your milk, make sure you save the almond pulp. Your MOD juicer does a terrific job of removing almost all of the moisture from the pulp, however, to make the almond meal you’ll need the pulp to be bone dry. Simply place it in the oven on low heat for an hour or two. Allow it to cool completely, then use a high-powered blender like the MOD Blend Pro to process the leftover almond pulp into almond meal!
Recipe yields - ⅔ cup of almond meal