With this guide, you'll never want to purchase ready-made dairy-free milk again!

A delicious, easy and environmentally-friendly way to enjoy plant-based milks is to make them yourself when possible. This is one of the first skills I teach in the Culinary Nutrition Expert Program, and my students are always amazed at how simple the process is. Once they start making them at home, it’s hard to go back to store-bought.

Homemade dairy-free milk is quick, easy to batch prep, is package-free and you can 100% control all the ingredients that go into it.


Recipes To Get You Started!

Homemade nut and seed milk is a staple liquid that can be used in many different ways in the kitchen. It’s one of the first cooking techniques I learned to master when I begin my health journey, and once I started making my own dairy-free milk, I was surprised about how easy it was.  

Basically, if you have nuts or seeds, water and a blender you can whip up a simple batch.

In this guide to making dairy-free milk, you'll get 10 scrumptious alternative milk recipes including:

  • Almond Milk
  • CalciYUM Sesame Milk
  • Vanilla Hemp Milk
  • Chocolate Mineral Milk
  • Cinnamon Spice Milk
  • Cocomocha Milk
  • Coconut Mint Crackle Milk
  • Morning Chai Oatmilk
  • Joint Milk
  • Aphrodisiac Sesame Milk

Better Than Store-Bought For So Many Reasons

More Environmentally Friendly to DIY

Most plant-based milk brands market themselves as a healthier, more environmentally-friendly alternative when compared to dairy milk or to other plant-based products. 

However, we also need to remember that mono-crops, especially those that use a massive amount of pesticides and herbicides, are harmful to the environment too.  

Single Use Packaging

And let’s not forget about the packaging of dairy-free milk alternatives. Plant-based milk packaging may have a lesser impact on the environment, but less doesn’t necessarily equate to good. We’re still buying a single-use package that probably won’t ever get recycled.

It's just $5 - you'll save that in two weeks