Do you enjoy homemade almond milk, but aren’t sure what to do with the leftover pulp? This round up is for you!
Two Ways to Use Almond Pulp
Make the almond pulp into almond meal by drying it in the oven and using it in baking recipes. We’ve found that when using almond meal made from leftover pulp in recipes that call for traditional almond meal, it is sometimes helpful to compensate with additional water, oil, or fat. That’s because some of the fat from the almonds is lost in the process of making the almond milk and needs to be added back into baked goods for proper texture.
Use the almond pulp raw: You can also use almond pulp raw (as you’ll see in the brownie bites below!). It’s great for recipes like energy bites that call for nuts or nut meal, or adding to things like granola in place of some of the oats or nuts.
Now that you know the two methods for using almond pulp, put these 12 recipes to use that include almond meal as an ingredient – a mix of both savory and sweet!
7-Ingredient Brownie Bliss Balls (Made from Almond Pulp!)
Incredibly fudgy, rich brownie bliss balls made with wholesome ingredients, including almond pulp leftover from making homemade almond milk! Just 20 minutes, 7 ingredients, and 1 food processor required!