Tatu’s Almond and Cashew Nut Milk

Delicious, tantalising and oh so good for you!

healthycoffee detox yoga retreatNow this is one of the most popular recipes on our detox yoga retreats in the UK.  Tatu’s almond and cashew nut milk is so divine that you will put to one side dairy and convert to making your own almond and cashew nut milk as soon as you get home from retreat.  We are constantly asked for this recipe and so we have decided to share it with everyone (along with the tahini dressing!) as they are must have’s in your post detox yoga retreat healthy regime.  Read below and have a go at making your own!

Almond and cashew nut milk recipe

1 cup almonds

1 cup cashews

Almonds and cashew nuts for detoxifying milk1 tsp vanilla

pinch sea salt

3  or 4 cups water depending on how thick you would like it.

soak the almonds and cashews overnight in plenty of clean water. Drain and rinse before adding them along with the other ingredients to the blender. Blend 4 to 5 times to get a nice creamy texture. Leave to settle and separate and then sieve through either a muslin clothe or fine sieve. It will keep for 4 days in a fridge. Not ideal for freezing.

This really makes a salad so much more interesting than just leaves, you can also add it to steamed vegetables for a different taste.

Bursting with vitamin E, protein, essential fatty acids and mineral rich this is a fabulous way to get nutrients into your body quickly.

Tatu is a nutritional therapist and chef on AdventureYogi yoga retreats and yoga holidays. She is a well of knowledge in healthy eating, raw foods, detoxing foods and we love her!  Read more about Tatu and her culinary skills here.  For more information on our yoga retreats and yoga holidays go to AdventureYogi

 
 

 

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Michelle is the co-founder of AdventureYogi. She began this way of life when she spent her winters in the Italian and French Alps, and her summers in Sardinia, working in the tourism industry managing chalets in Chamonix and villas in Sardinia. She then moved to Japan to pursue her passion of snowboarding in the Japanese Alps and this is where her interest in natural health, healing and yoga developed.