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Homemade Almond Meal

Homemade almond meal is so much easier than you would think and so, so much healthier than all the processed flours you buy at the store. Plus, you never have to waste almonds again! The leftovers of making Almond Milk, now gets a second life for all your baked goods.

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Now, a super awesome by-product of making your own almond milk – is turning the leftover pulp into a batch of glorious almond meal. A perfect way to thicken sauces, dredge chicken for pan searing, or as a gluten-free baking alternative.

It’s pretty amazing how a single batch of almonds, that is not only very enjoyable by itself as a healthy snack, can also be transformed into two separate healthy products for use in a vast number of ways. That’s the beauty of cooking and making things like this with your own hands.

Ingredients to Make Homemade Almond Meal:

How to Make Homemade Almond Meal:

  1. Once you’ve strained and squeezed the almond milk through a clean tea towel, you scrape out and then spread all the pulp evenly on a baking sheet prepared with parchment paper – don’t worry too much about clumps. 
  2. Then, all you do it pop it into the oven until it is dried out, which in my experience takes about 90 minutes at 320 degrees.
  3. Now, throw your dried up crumbs into a high power blender and blend until it is powdery smooth. That’s it! You’re free to use it for anything you would use flour in.

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Homemade Almond Meal

Never waste almonds again! The leftovers of making Almond Milk, now gets a second life for all your baked goods! 1 Ingredient. 90 Minutes. Gluten-Free. Low-Carb. Keto. Paleo. Whole 30.
Cook Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Serving Size 8 servings


  • 1 leftover pulp from one batch of almond milk


  • Preheat the oven to 320F.
  • Evenly spread the pulp on a sheet pan prepared with parchment paper.
  • Bake the pulp for approximately 90 minutes, until dry.
  • Blend in a high power blender until powdery smooth.


  • After 90 minutes have passed, check to see if everything is properly dried out. If there is still some clumps that appear to have moisture, keep the pulp in the oven and check on it periodically under fully dried. It have never taken more than 2 hour in total for me personally.

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