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Seed Milk 4 Ways Recipes

Seed Milk Recipes - 4 Ways

These milk recipes are dairy-free, nut-free, raw vegan, paleo and refined sugar-free. Making your own seed milk is inexpensive and much more nutritious than shop bought nut/seed milk. Once you start making your own you will never buy shop bought again.

Sunflower Seed Vanilla Milk Recipe

Sunflower Seed Milk

This simple milk can be made with just sunflower seeds and water and is a good replacement for normal milk in most cases. You can add some sweetener and vanilla if you prefer. The sunflower seeds are sprouted to be easily digestible. Sunflower Seed Milk Recipe

pumpkin seed carrot milk

Pumpkin Seed Carrot Milk

Perfect as a sweet dessert this golden milk is made from sprouted pumpkin seeds, carrots and cinnamon. You can add a pinch of turmeric for additional health benefits. Pumpkin Seed Milk Recipe

Hemp Seed Cacao Chocolate Milk cheap and easy

Cacao Hemp Chocolate Milk

You can make this milk in less than 30 seconds and it is great as a meal on the go. Hulled hemp seeds are a nutrient powerhouse with 33% protein and contain all essential amino acids. Cacao Hemp Milk Recipe

a glass of Sesame Seed Cinnamon Milk

Sesame Seed Cinnamon Milk

If you like halva you will love this sesame seed cinnamon milk. To make this a sweet dessert milk add some sweetener and enjoy a sweet, rich and creamy dairy and nut free milk. Sesame Seed Milk Recipe

Seed Milk 4 Way Video Recipe

Using Seed Pulp/Fibre Remains

When you make nut or seed milk you are left with the pulp/fibre after squeezing out the moisture. Many people discard this but it can be reused so you don’t waste the goodness.

I tend to put this fibre into baked goodies such as cookies, pizza bases and muffins. It’s a good replacement for something like coconut flour or up to half of the amount of oat flour in recipes. My second favourite use is to reuse the pulp to make a dip. The remains of sunflower seeds go really well with celery, mushrooms and miso to make a delicious dip.  Another use is to blend with nuts/seeds and probiotics then ferment somewhere warm to make a vegan cheese.

Re-use the pulp remains from nut or seed milk

Seed Milk Recipes - cheap, easy, vegan and nut free

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Bastian Nest and Glow

I'm a former office worker that quit long days in London to move to the countryside and share natural recipes and lifestyle tips.

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