Pulp Ice Cubes

Almond mylk is a great, nutrient-dense, dairy free option and is super easy to make at home. However, the process will leave you with a pile of pulp. The good news is, there are many different ways to use the leftover almond pulp. This is one of our favs...

What you need

  • Leftover pulp
  • Ice cube tray
  • Freezer bags

How to freeze

  1. Spoon the leftover pulp evenly into ice cube trays and place in the freezer.
  2. Once the pulp is frozen, pop the cubes out of the trays and place into freezer bags.
  3. Seal and label the bags and leave them in the freezer until you are ready to use them.

Now you can grab a cube or two whenever you need them!

Add them to smoothies, sauces or your fav go-to baking recipes.

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