I am so excited to write this blog and share one of my favorite appliances I’ve ever used. EVER…
It’s the almond cow, which is used to make plant milk. I actually procrastinated buying this for years because I just thought, “why not use a blender and nut bag to make almond milk?” But the most obvious answer kept showing up … I hate the cleanup with manually making it. Every time I went to make plant milk with the blender it was such a mess, cleaning the nut bag was a hassle along with leaving it to dry for hours, and it got my hands messy, etc. The blender method totally works, it’s just not ideal in terms of being quick and effective.
Enter the Almond Cow! Not only is it so incredibly easy to use and so fast at making milk, it’s also the absolute easiest thing to clean. By the way, this blog is not sponsored, I’m just that obsessed. (I even bought it for three people in my family for Christmas last year!)
Ok, so here’s how it works:
- You can pick whatever type of plant milk you want to make, whether almond, coconut, oat, etc. The options are endless.
- Add desired nut/seed/oats into the tin cup,
- Add water (the amount is specified on the appliance), then.. literally press a button and the device makes you milk in ~90 seconds (yes, only 90 seconds)!!
So it basically does all the work for you, leaving you with perfect plant milk and separate pulp afterwards. I hate the idea of wasting anything so I decided to start using it in my recipes and I am hooked to say the least. It’s become a part of my food prep routine, whether I’m simply using it as a yogurt topping or making some cool healthy snack. In this blog, I share a recipe for my Cashew Coconut Balls that use plant milk pulp, and they are honestly insaneeee.
I hope this gives you some context on why I love the Almond Cow so much, and I’m sure I’ll definitely be sharing more pulp recipes as I test things out!
And last but not least, I was able to get a discount code for my community: use DRMONA at checkout for $15 off. xx