How to Make Almond Flour

In case you were wondering what to do with your leftover almond meal from making your own Almond Milk, I have one of many solutions for you! This one is great for using in raw dishes and keeping it around for longer, make your own almond flour! It’s easy, as long as you have a blender, a baking sheet, and some paper towels; and time of course. 🙂

Wet Almond Meal

First: Take the moist leftover almond meal from the milk and sprinkle it over a baking sheet.

Baking Sheet

Second: Shake the sheet around once a day for 2 or 3 days to loosen up the granules. (just leave the baking sheet in your kitchen to air dry or use a dehydrator to speed up the process)

Third: After the meal is completely dry, put it all into a blender and blend until it turns into a fine powder.

Blended Almond Meal

Fourth: Store into a large glass container with either a tablespoon of dry rice or a few dry pasta noodles to absorb any excess moisture. Then you can keep adding to it after each batch of almond milk!

3 Comments on “How to Make Almond Flour

    • It should be around 1-1.5 cups, depending on the almond milk recipe you use! 🙂

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