Ah, nuts. One of the most versatile creations in cooking! Who would have thought that you could make milk-free nutritious milk from two simple ingredients: water and nuts?
While nut milk is inherently extremely healthy, this recipe has a little “indulgence” in the form of chocolate. This is in case you are a fan of chocolate milk, but the options for such a product in the store will only harm the body. So why not cook it yourself? Moreover, the recipe is incredibly simple, but its taste is much more refined than any ready-made analogue. We’ve chosen macadamia nuts for the base of our chocolate milk! Macadamia contains a huge amount of nutrients, especially the nut is rich in B vitamins, vitamin E, and PP, as well as minerals such as calcium, selenium, copper, phosphorus, zinc, potassium. Also macadamia has a high concentration of fatty acids. When consumed regularly, macadamia reduces skin problems, normalizes skin color and oiliness, and improves hair condition through nutritious oils. Omega-3 in the composition of the nut lowers the level of cholesterol in the blood, which is the prevention of heart and vascular diseases. Due to the large amount of calcium in its composition, macadamia prevents diseases of the joints and bones.
Nut milk. Recipe
1 cup raw macadamia nuts
2 dates, pitted
1 vanilla pod
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1 white chocolate bar
a pinch of salt
Place nuts, dates, and vanilla bean in a medium bowl. Pour in water to completely cover the ingredients. Soak for 8 hours or overnight.
Drain, then add the nuts, dates, and vanilla bean to a blender along with 3 cups of filtered water. Whisk until smooth. Strain the milk through cheesecloth and return to the blender.
Melt the chocolate in a water bath. Add melted chocolate to milk in a blender and pour well again. Milk can be stored in the refrigerator for 3-5 days. Shake well before serving. Enjoy!
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