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It’s so simple to make creamy homemade nut or seed milk in 10 minutes! You can customize the flavor and sweetness to your liking!

Homemade nut & seed milk is my obsession! I didn’t realize it until I started this roundup post and realized HOW many recipes I have to make your own dairy free milk. Turns out, quite a lot 🙂

Store-bought nut milk is so convenient, but it’s so fun to make your own at home! Not only can you customize the nuts or seeds for the base of your milk, but you can add sweetener (or not) and play around with different flavors!

Whether you’re using this dairy free milk for cereal, pouring a glass to drink along with your dessert, or just adding a splash to your coffee in the morning, you’ll love these recipes!

1. Vanilla Almond Milk

This is a side view of hands squeezing almond milk through a nut milk bag into a glass bowl. The bowl sits on a white counter with a white background. A tan towel is blurred off to the left in the background. A few almonds are scattered on the counter.
Making your own almond milk allows you to control the flavor and sweetness of your blend. This vanilla almond milk is a classic and needs to be a staple in your fridge!

2. Almond Cashew Chocolate Milk

This is an overhead view of chocolate milk in a glass cup. The chocolate milk has a bot of bubbles and a stainless steep straw. Another glass is in the top left corner of the image. Cashews and chocolate chips are scattered around the white counter.
Almond Cashew Chocolate Milk is only four ingredients and a wholesome drink your family will love! It blends together two different nuts for a smooth and creamy chocolatey drink!

3. Chocolate Flax Seed Milk

Glass pitcher filled with creamy chocolate flax milk is pouring chocolate milk into four small glass cups. The cups are on a green counter with chocolate and flax seeds scattered around them.
This recipe for chocolate flax milk is so simple and packed full of nutrition. In just 10 min you can make this creamy flax milk at home.

4. Cashew Milk

This is an overhead image of a glass filled with milk. The glass sits on a grey pinstripe tea towel on a dark grey surface. Cashews are scattered around the glass.
Homemade Cashew Milk is so creamy and simple to make. Customize the flavor and sweetness for the perfect dairy free milk!

5. Pumpkin Seed Milk

This is an overhead image of two glasses with a slightly green liquid in it. The glasses are on a light pink surface with raw pumpkin seeds scattered around. Each glass has a glass straw sticking out.
Learn How to Make Pumpkin Seed Milk! It’s the perfect homemade dairy free alternative for when you run out of your favorite nut milk!

6. Peanut Butter Almond Milk

This is an overhead image of a glass pitcher pouring milk into a glass. The glass is sitting on a white surface with almonds and a white and blue tea towel.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Almond Milk reminds me of a drink-able chocolate peanut butter cup! You will love this freshly made homemade almond milk plus this post includes a fun recipe for the leftover pulp!

7. Pecan Milk

This is a side view of hands squeezing liquid out of a nut milk bag into a white bowl. The bowl is on a white charger on a marble counter. The background is marble and there is a grey tea towel off the the right. One pecan sits next to the bowl.
Switch up your almond milk and try some Homemade Pecan Milk!! It’s such a fun dairy free alternative and feels extra indulgent.

8. Vanilla Oat Milk

Side view of a glass pitcher pouring oat milk into a glass weck jar. jar sits on a white counter with oats scattered around it and white subway tile in the background.
Making dairy-free homemade oat milk is easy! Learn how to make creamy, vegan, and NOT SLIMY oat milk perfect for your coffee or for recipes!

9. Chocolate Oat Milk

This is a side view of a hand holding a mason jar. The hand is coming in from the top of the image holding onto the lid. Inside the mason jar is a chocolate milk. White subway tile is in the background.
Save time and money and learn how to make your own Chocolate Oat Milk! It’s a simple dairy free recipe that feels like dessert.

10. Peanut Butter Hemp Milk

This is an overhead image of a pink glass cup with milk. The glass is on a light pink surface with hemp seeds scattered around the glass.
Switch up your milk habit and try this homemade peanut butter hemp heart recipe! So tasty and packed with protein! It comes together in less than 2 minutes and you don’t even have to strain it!

11. Cashew Mocha Latte

This is an overhead image of a glass mug on a white saucer sitting on a white counter. The mug has a frothy mocha in it with a sprinkle of cocoa powder.
Deliciously creamy and frothy Dairy Free Cashew Mocha Latte that makes for the perfect healthy alternative to your coffee shop treat.

12. Tigernut Milk (recipe below!)

This is a side view of a glass milk bottle on a white marble counter with white tile in the background. Inside the glass container is a white milk substance. The bottle is labeled "tigernut milk" and there are tigernuts scattered on the counter around the bottle.
Tigernut Milk is naturally sweet and full of fiber! Keep a stockpile of tigernuts in your pantry because your first batch of tigernut milk won’t last long!
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This is a side view of a glass milk bottle on a white marble counter with white tile in the background. Inside the glass container is a white milk substance. The bottle is labeled "tigernut milk" and there are tigernuts scattered on the counter around the bottle.

Homemade Nut & Seed Milks, including Tigernut Milk

  • Author: Lindsay Grimes Freedman
  • Prep Time: 12+ hours
  • Cook Time: 10 min
  • Total Time: 12+ hours 10 min
  • Yield: 4 cups 1x
  • Category: drinks
  • Method: blender
  • Cuisine: milk
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

It’s so simple to make creamy homemade nut or seed milk in 10 minutes! You can customize the flavor and sweetness to your liking!


Scale

Ingredients

  • 1 cup tigernuts
  • 4 cups water (plus more for soaking)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon agave nectar (optional – honey, maple syrup or a pitted date also works)

Instructions

  1. Place the tigernuts in a glass container and fill it with water until the tigernuts are covered. Allow them to soak overnight for 12 hours or so. 
  2. Drain the tigernuts and place them in a blender along with the 4 cups water, vanilla, and agave nectar. 
  3. Blend for a couple minutes until the tigernuts are completely blended and incorporated into the water. 
  4. Place a nut milk bag inside a bowl and pour the tigernut milk through the nut milk bag to remove the pulp. Tigernut milk created A LOT of pulp!
  5. Discard the pulp and transfer the tigernut milk to an airtight pitcher or jar and chill in the fridge. 


Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1 cup
  • Calories: 63
  • Sugar: 5.6g
  • Sodium: 11mg
  • Fat: 2g
  • Saturated Fat: 0.4g
  • Unsaturated Fat: 0g
  • Trans Fat: 0g
  • Carbohydrates: 10.9g
  • Fiber: 2.5g
  • Protein: 0.5g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg

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