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How to Use an Alternative Milk Maker + Recipes!

March 29, 2019

By:

Cassidy Miller

HEY Y’ALL! You are here to see how to make some alternative milks made by the Soyajoy Milk Maker, woo! This video shows how to make almond milk in under 10 minutes, but lets talk about what it is and how it actually works + some recipes you can try! This blender has so many functions, not only can it make alternative milks, it can also make porridge, soups, and juices! You can find this blender on Amazon and if you have Amazon Prime it ships for free! It is so so user friendly and extremely easy to clean! Not to mention it saves me so much money on buying milks at the grocery! Pro tip: Get your nuts or grains in bulk to save even more!

Instructions for Almond Milk:

Step One: First you must soak your raw almonds for at least 4 hours or overnight [simply soak them in a bowl and leave them in the fridge right before you go to sleep!] Then add two cups [*note: this is the cup the product provides] of soaked almonds into the blender

Step Two: Fill the blender with water to the max line indicated one the inside of the blender and sweeten as desired

Step Three: Secure the top of the blender and plug in your machine

Step Four: Push the “Raw Juice” function on your blender [*note: this will allow your milk to come out cold, the machine does have a heating function but for fastest results use this button! It can also be used to make yummy vegetable juices!]

Step Five: Let the machine do it’s thing for 7-10 minutes, it will notify you by beeping when it is done!

Step Six: You will the use the pitcher provided and the strainer to strain out any unwanted thickness or pieces left behind

Step Seven: Use a spatula to press the liquid through the strainer and remove excess thickness

Step Eight: Pore into your container, serve or refrigerate

Almond Milk:

  • 2 cups of soaked raw almonds
  • 2 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp of honey
  • 1 tbsp of brown sugar

Instructions for Oat Milk:

Step One: First you must rinse your rolled or old fashion oats then add one cup [*note: this is the cup the product provides] of rinsed oats into the blender

Step Two: Fill the blender with water to the max line indicated one the inside of the blender and sweeten as desired

Step Three: Secure the top of the blender and plug in your machine

Step Four: Push the “Raw Juice” function on your blender [*note: this will allow your milk to come out cold, the machine does have a heating function but for fastest results use this button!]

Step Five: Let the machine do it’s thing for 7-10 minutes, it will notify you by beeping when it is done!

Step Six: You will the use the pitcher provided and the strainer to strain out any unwanted thickness or pieces left behind

Step Seven: Use a spatula to press the liquid through the strainer and remove excess thickness

Step Eight: Pore into your container, serve or refrigerate

Oat Milk:

  • 1 cup of rinsed rolled oats
  • 2 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 2 dates
  • 1 tsp of maple syrup

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