Posted on May 16, 2016
All About Almond Pulp + Almond Pulp Recipes!
What is almond Pulp?
Almond pulp is the moist and fibrous leftover product that remains after making homemade almond milk.
How to make almond pulp?
Almond pulp is easy to make. Simply find a recipe for homemade almond milk (like this one), follow the directions, and you will have leftover pulp as the byproduct from making the milk.
The basic process for making homemade almond milk is:
- First- soak 1 cup of almonds overnight
- Second- rinse them off.
- Third- combine almonds with water 6 cups water.
- Fourth- blend for a few minutes.
- Fifth- strain the pulpy milk mixture into a nut milk bag.
- Sixth- dilute almond milk as desired, chill and serve.
- Seventh- remove pulp from strainer and chose an almond pulp recipe to try.
What are common uses for almond pulp?
There are so many uses for almond pulp. Among the most common uses for almond pulp are putting the pulp directly into a recipe or dehydrating the pulp to make dry almond meal (or dry almond flour). The uses are extensive once the dehydration process occurs. You can then use the almond flour as an additive or replacement to regular wheat or white flour.
Almond Pulp Recipes
First, the easiest and fastest way to use it is making almond pulp energy bites. Just toss it in the mixer with these other ingredients mentioned in the video above.
- Almond pulp banana bread
- Almond pulp macroons
- Almond pulp granola bars
- Almond pulp cheese
- Almond pulp flour
- Almond pulp cereal
- Almond pulp cake
- Almond pulp fudge
- Almond pulp pie crust
- Almond pulp brownies
- Almond pulp hummus
- Almond pulp pancakes
- Almond pulp crackers
- Almond pulp salad topper
- Almond pulp dessert topper – dehydrate and sprinkle on ice cream sundaes.
I would like to share with you some helpful videos to help you get going with your almond pulp.
Additionally, here is a Pinterest Board to follow all about almond pulp uses!
Have I missed anything? Comments and questions below!