Coming at you with another recipe to repurpose almond pulp! If you are unfamiliar, almond pulp is what is leftover part of the almond when you make your own almond milk. If you haven’t yet seen it, check out my previous post on how to make almond milk. Making your own almond milk is very simple, avoids the use of thickeners and preservatives found in store bought almond milk, and tastes delicious! It also reduces waste by not purchasing store bought almond milk in single-use containers.
Repurposing almond pulp reduces food waste by using all of the almond when making almond milk. When I first started making my own almond milk, I had no idea what to do with the leftover almond pulp. Now that I’ve been making almond milk for some time, I’ve found several easy, delicious, and healthy ways to repurpose nut pulp! For more idea, check out my tab of nut pulp recipes.
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Looking for a way to repurpose almond pulp? Checkout the easiest, tastiest Spirulina Almond Pulp Bars. These bars are raw, gluten-free, dairy-free, and only 5 ingredients! Made with almond pulp, gf rolled oats, coconut oil, dates, and spirulina. All you need is a blender or food processor to make!
Warning: these go quickkkk (hence why there are only 4 pictured)
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I have recently started making my own almond milk. If you are interested in making your own almond milk, check out my blog post on How to Make Your Own Almond Milk. When you make your own almond milk, you are left with the almond pulp. I have been experimenting with different ways to use the leftover almond pulp in order to reduce food waste. To be honest, it took me a few tries to figure out how to use it, but I finally got it down and am loving it!
These no bake brownies feature almond pulp as an ingredient. If you do not have almond pulp, have no fear- almond flour works just as well in this recipe! These brownies are raw, vegan, gluten free, and are soo easy to make!
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