Wondering how to make pistachio milk? Blending up a homemade version takes just minutes with this quick pistachio milk recipe.
Pistachio milk is delicious but almost impossible to find in the supermarket.
Enter the homemade version, ready in minutes with just two ingredients! I don’t know about you, but I’d prefer a cup of pistachio dairy-free milk to hot chocolate any day.
Plus, making pistachio milk is much quicker than making almond milk.
To make this pistachio milk recipe, you only need two ingredients:
Pistachios: The best part about drinking pistachio milk? It’s made from pistachios, one of my favorite nuts.
As for pistachio milk nutrition, you get healthy fats, fiber, and protein—all of which help to keep you satiated. And they’re delicious. Because the milk is so fresh, it picks up a lot of that nutty flavor.
Vanilla extract: While optional, this ingredient adds natural sweetness to the pistachio milk recipe.
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Read on for instructions on how to make this pistachio milk recipe.
First, blend pistachios and water, adding vanilla extract if desired. Note that this recipe uses a blender, but you can easily use a food processor instead.
Place a cheesecloth over a large jar; slowly sift the liquid through the cheesecloth. You may have to rinse the cheesecloth out a few times.
Cool milk in a sealed container in the fridge for a few hours or overnight.
Once I mastered making this pistachio milk, I kicked myself for not doing it sooner, because it’s just so easy. It took just a few minutes to whip up a delicious batch.
You don’t need a nut milk bar or anything, not even any hot water. You only need one or two layers of cheesecloth or fine mesh.
Go ahead and pour yourself a glass and pair it with a tasty baked good.
You can do so many things with pistachio milk! You can drink it as is, you can blend it into a smoothie, or you can use it as a replacement for any dairy or non-dairy milk in a recipe, such as in Chocolate Matcha Muffins.
Pistachio milk has a very nutty flavor, which means you may not want to use it in a recipe like mac and cheese.
Pistachio milk is very good for you! This pistachio milk recipe contains no added sugar and provides ample protein, fiber, and healthy fats.
In this pistachio milk recipe, there are only three ingredients: pistachios, water, and vanilla extract. The vanilla lightly sweetens the milk, without the need for any added sugar.
More plant-based pistachio recipes
If you enjoy this pistachio milk recipe, you’ll also like:
- Candied Pistachio
- Almond Pistachio Cocoa Bites
- Pistachio Chia Pudding
- Italian Lupini Bean Salad with Crushed Pistachio
- Pistachio Grape Fruit French Toast
Homemade Pistachio Milk Recipe
- Blend pistachios and water, adding vanilla extract if desired.
- Place a cheesecloth over a large jar; slowly sift the liquid through the cheesecloth. You may have to rinse the cheesecloth out a few times.
- Cool milk in a sealed container in the fridge for a few hours.
I’d love to hear from you! Now that you know how to make pistachio nut milk, Iet me know what you think! What’s your favorite nut milk?
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