We all know that nut milks are having their time in the limelight. Almond milk is a standard on my grocery list and I love playing around with making my own!
Here’s the deal. I have a problem with the other half of the onion. And by problem, I mean that I use half of the onion, I store the other half in the fridge and forget about it. Then, when I need another onion, I grab a fresh one, use half and store the other half in the fridge.
Let’s taco ’bout tacooo seasoning. I’ve been wanting to add some easy basics onto the blog and share some simple “how to’s that will help you along the way.
I remember the first time I had a “turtle.” I remember being a hardcore candy bar fan and being taken aback by the unexpected deliciousness of these unknown little mounds of tasty. Chocolate outer with gooey caramel center? Extra bonus points for that nutty crunch? Why did nobody tell me?!
I love making homemade nut milk. It doesn’t last too long in my house, but nonetheless, I love making it. It’s so fresh and delicious. I love how you can customize the flavors, the sweetness, and make it your own. Up until this week I always just discarded the leftover pulp. Then I decided to do something fun…