Almond Milk & Energy Balls

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Almond Milk & Energy Balls

Easy(ish), versatile and delicious..

soaked almonds ready for almond milk
Soak Almonds for 8-10 hours
  • Soak Almonds in filtered water for 8-10 hours (overnight in prep for morning milk is the best!)
  • Drain and rinse
  • Blend Almonds in blender / bullet
  • Strain in nut milk bag via a funnel into container
  • Add flavour or sweetener (optional dates / stevia)
  • That’s it for the milk
  • Experiment with the volume of almonds for each bottle. For 1 litre I started with a good handful of almonds.

Save the pulp after straining for energy balls

This is after making two litres of milk (2 handfuls of almonds)

Almond Energy Balls
Almond Energy Balls
  • Add 1 cup of shredded coconut
  • Add 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder
  • Add 1 large tablespoon of coconut oil
  • Add 1/2 teaspoon almond essence
  • Add 1 large tablespoon of nut butter (sneak peanut butter in! Shhh..)
  • Add sweetener if required
  • Mix it up in blender
  • Roll into balls
  • Into the fridge
  • Enjoy!
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Nick Williams

Nick Williams is a qualified and insured Nutritional Therapist. He is a member of BANT and registered with CNHC. He supports individuals and groups improve their health through the use of nutrition and lifestyle. He is a qualified mentor with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. He is also a tennis coach and content developer for the UK's Tennis Coaching qualifications.