Creating your own creamy nut milk is easier than you think and tastes amazing! So don’t put off making this Brazil nut milk another minute!
Brazil nuts provide a yummy and more decadent version of almond milk, as Brazil nuts are higher in brain boosting fats making it easy to blend into a vegan, creamy milk. Brazil nut milk is great as a base for smoothies, in your gluten-free cereal, or just as is!
Gracious Living Super Creamy Brazil Nut Milk
- 1 cup Brazil nuts
- 3 cups water
Optional Variation Ingredients:
- 1 teaspoon of performance enhancing maca powder
- 2 drops stevia or natural sweetener of choice
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon raw cacao
Place nuts and water in a blender (Blendtec or Vitamix are great choices for blenders) along with any optional ingredients and Blend blend blend baby! Store in a glass jar in fridge for 2–3 days. Strain with a nut milk bag if needed to make it super smooth.
You can also use creamy-blending cashews or macadamia nuts instead of Brazil nuts
Raw, unshelled Brazil nuts will keep well in cool, dry place for a few months. The best way to store is in the fridge or even the freezer as they won’t freeze. This will keep them fresh for longer without turning rancid.
Brazil Nut Spotlight:
Brazil nuts are a large nut that come from a tree grown in many parts of the Amazon besides Brazil. Rich rainforest soils contribute to the wide range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals found in Brazil nuts. Brazil nuts are a great source of Vitamin E, selenium, and anti-aging antioxidants. Selenium is an important cofactor for antioxidant enzyme, glutathione-peroxidase. Adequate selenium in the diet helps prevent coronary artery disease, liver cirrhosis, and cancers.
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