If you caught my post a few days ago, I recently made homemade almond milk for the first time. Needless to say, I loved it and won't be purchasing the store-bought variety any time soon (if ever). However, when I added a few tablespoons to my morning coffee, it was a bit thin for my liking.
So I set out experimenting with the water to almond ratio to achieve a denser and creamier milk, similar to coffee creamer. Good news—I found it! This version is more potent and nuttier, which makes it perfect as a coffee creamer, but a bit intense when consumed plain. In other words, unless you really like strong nut milk, I recommend using the ratio in my other recipe for general drinking purposes.
Even better, you could soak however many cups of almonds you want overnight and then in the morning divide it up and make one batch of coffee creamer and another batch of regular almond milk to use throughout the week. Multitasking for the win!
Homemade Almond Milk Coffee Creamer
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Do you put cream in your coffee or tea? What's your favorite flavor or type?
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