I don’t trust many of the store bought milk substitutions because of the ingredient list. They are highly processed and many contain carrageenan and synthetic vitamins. Most recipes require soaking the nuts and then straining with a nut bag. When I found a recipe that did not require soaking and straining I was elated!
I found the original recipe on Ty’s Conscious Kitchen but adapted it to my liking.
- 5 tbsp. Hemp Seeds
- 5 cups Alkaline Water
- 1/2 tsp. Pink Himalayan Salt
- 3 dates ( more if you want it sweeter)
- 1 tbsp of unrefined coconut oil
Add all items to your Nutri-bullet or Vitamix then blend for 2-3 mins until its thick and creamy. You can also add vanilla to make Vanilla Hemp Milk. This will last 3-5 days in the fridge and you can use it for smoothies, baking, sauces or in cereal or tea.
This makes about 52 oz of milk. You can make less if you want.
Okay, so I almost didn’t post this because my video is in not in landscape mode. But as I tell my clients, ” Progress not Perfection. ” I am still getting the hang of video recording and editing. It’s really not as simple as it looks. However, this recipe is still the bomb! and my snap chat friends have been asking about it. So bare with my vertical video and if you try this recipe please tell me how much you love it!!! It’s amazing on nachos!
This recipe was adapted from The Minimalist Baker but of course, I jazz’d it up & added a few things to help mask the nutty taste of the cheese. Then made my famous nachos with them!
Here’s a yummy bread recipe that is soy-free, dairy free, and has no refined sugar. I found the original recipe on Oh She Glows blog and I Jazzed it up! I love this bread and my husband does too. It’s great for a morning snack with tea or as a dessert.
I never thought I would ever give up eggs. Ever! Until one day they started smelling like chicken abortions to me. However, sometimes I still want the style of a scramble or an omelet. Tofu scrambles are so 2015 ( my first-year vegan). Just kidding, but I definitely try to stay away from soy as much as I can. I found this original recipe on Ty’s Conscious Kitchen omelet but you know I had to Jazz it Up! Here’s the recipe. Feel free to use tortillas, I used collars because I’m working on my abs.