Cheers to the New Year! As we ring in 2022 and start thinking about our goals, we’re sure topics like healthier eating, simpler routines, more intentional living, and better organization are just a few topics that come to mind. So, we’ve rounded up 13 different homemade staples, all made using the Almond Cow, that are both delicious and simple to make! Plus, all these homemade, vegan staples will make your kitchen fully stocked with the essentials, making life that much easier, whether you’re trying to eat more whole foods made at home, or just wanting the daily dinner or meal prepping experience to be quicker and more convenient. We hope you enjoy both making and eating these staples, from our milk and creamer recipes, to granola, and dips & sauces.
Only a few ingredients are needed to make this delicious Vanilla Creamer. Made using almonds, your sweetener of choice, and vanilla- this creamer is sure to be your new go-to for your morning coffee or tea.
This is a wonderful coffee creamer: rich, creamy, delicious, and made in a few minutes. Add some vanilla - for flavor, or maple syrup to give it a hint of sweetness. Your coffee or tea may never taste better!
With only 6 simple ingredients you can create this creamy, spreadable Vegan Butter. Melts perfectly on waffles, bread, muffins, or whatever you choose! Featuring almond milk from your Almond Cow.
This Whipped Vegan Cinnamon Butter is a delightful, sweet, creamy spread with just the right amount of warm cinnamon. Perfect on toast, bagels, muffins, pancakes, or really anything for a hint of spiced sweetness.
Craving the tang of BBQ Sauce? Look no further! Use your leftover cashew pulp in this bright, flavorful, BBQ Sauce recipe. Enjoy on a burger, with some fries, or anywhere else you’d like - it’s sure to be a hit.
Featuring garlic, dill, parsley, and leftover cashew pulp, this vegan, Garden Ranch Dressing is incredibly tasty! Plus, it pairs perfectly with veggies, over a salad, or is perfect to just have on hand for a spontaneous pizza night.
Enjoy a homemade batch of Vegetable Broth made right in your Almond Cow. Hearty vegetables and fresh herbs bring tons of flavor to this broth. Sip on a warm cup of broth or use it as a base for soups or other dishes.
Not sure what to do with your leftover pulp? Here's one of our favorite zero-waste breakfast ideas: pulpmeal. (Our play on oatmeal, which can be eaten raw, or heated and served warm.) Load your pulp with toppings, grab a spoon, and dig in. You could even eat it straight from the filter basket - it’s that easy!
Strawberry jam and coconut whipped cream…need we say more? This Strawberries & Cream Pulpmeal recipe takes your leftover pulp to the next level. Makes for a great quick snack or dessert and only a few ingredients are needed.
Not ready to use your leftover pulp within the recommended 3 days? No worries, you can freeze your leftover pulp in ice cube trays for later use in smoothies, baked goods, sauces, and more! Try our Green Smoothie with Almond Pulp Cubes for a nutritious breakfast or afternoon pick-me-up!
One of the most popular ways to use your leftover pulp is to whip up a hearty, wholesome batch of granola! This recipe uses leftover almond-coconut pulp and is a great option for breakfast or to use as a crunchy, nutty topping for a smoothie or acai bowl, or over yogurt or ice cream.
Use your leftover almond pulp to make this Winter Mix Granola. Warm spices, sweet dried cranberries, white chocolate chips, and salty pretzels come together for the perfect snack or treat!