What to do with all that almond pulp!

A few months ago, thanks to my lovely friend Fiona who cooks up a storm as part of the team over
at  www.myhousekitchen.org, I began to make raw almond milk. I love raw almond milk and so do the kids, particularly in smoothies, fruit ice-creams or made into chocolate almond milk. However, along with making one’s own almond milk comes an over supply of almond pulp! So what to do with it?

Well first thing if nothing else is freeze it. It freezes well and for a reasonably long time too. I couldn’t say exactly how long, as it leaves our freezer on a regular basis and makes its way into a recipe.

Another way to store it is to dehydrate it either in your oven on the lowest with the door ajar or if you’re lucky enough to have a proper dehydrator, obviously you’d know how to do that 🙂

But if you do have an extra few minutes or so on your hands after you have made your milk, why not try one or two of these yummy recipes……

Coco-Choc Balls
My kids love them and they are easy for little ones help make too.

Coco-Choc Balls

Coco-Choc Balls

Raw Almond Hummus
Sweets are awesome, but it’s nice to have some savoury options up one’s sleeve too! My kids are none the wiser to the fact that this one is not made with chickpeas, (go here for that recipe).

Raw Almond Hummus

Raw Almond Hummus

Or these ones that I am yet to try….

This one’s not raw, but looks really yum and fits with my current reality: not owning a dehydrator.

Sweet and Savoury Alomond Pulp Crackers by the veggienook.com

Raw Almond Plup Fudge by the rawtarian.com

How good do they sound! Love to hear what you do with your leftover almond pulp!



About goingrawwithkids

My name is Rahni and I live in Sydney Australia with my four wonderful children and clever hubby. I love the simplicity of eating raw foods, not to mention all the health and environmental benefits that go along with it. This is my journey to discovering a more raw lifestyle with kids in tow!
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