I'm so excited to share this tip with you!
A few weeks ago, Olivia was really wanting to froth milk for me. As a surprise, I bought an aerolatte frother for under $20. Using Trader Joe’s soy milk, which has only two ingredients: organic soybeans and water, it worked like a charm!
Even though I know there are barista-style vegan milks on the market that are formulated to froth, they have more ingredients and sugar than I'd like.
Always up for a kitchen challenge, I wanted to take it a step further and figure out if I could make a homemade frothable vegan milk without soy.
As you can see in the photo of my (decaf) Earl Grey tea latte, I did it! With my recipe below, you can too.
Homemade Frothable Almond Milk
By Allison Rivers Samson
Makes 2½ cups
1 cup raw almonds, soaked 4 hours or longer and drained
2½ cups water
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