Homemade Strawberry Cashew Milk

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It is a gift to be able to make your own nut milk because you know exactly which ingredients go into it. Besides the fact that they do not contain any emulsifiers, thickening agents, or added sugars, homemade nut milks simply taste better than anything store bought. They taste fresher and are usually creamier. Because they are homemade and do not contain preservatives, they have a much shorter shelf life. Homemade nut milk, such as this strawberry cashew milk, has a shelf life of about three days, so be sure to drink it all up.

Carrageenan is probably the most common ingredient that you’ll see in a store bought nut milk. It’s a potentially carcinogenic ingredient that you should avoid if you can. Even “clean” nut milk companies will uses ingredients like carrageenan, which doesn’t instill confidence in buyers. A great nut milk should consist of a few ingredients: nuts, water, and a sweetener, such as raw agave nectar, grade A maple syrup, or dates.

For this homemade strawberry cashew milk, there is no sweetener; rather, the strawberries serve as the sweetening component. Choose your strawberries right and you’ll have a perfectly balanced sweet and slightly tart flavor. Now, you can make this strawberry cashew milk in one of two ways. Either you add all of the ingredients to a blender and then strain through a mesh sieve or nut milk bag, or you juice the strawberries and then mix that juice with the strained cashew milk. Choose your destiny and let us know how you like it!

Homemade Strawberry Cashew Milk
  • Prep Time:10m
  • Total Time:10m


  • 1 c raw cashews
  • 1 c strawberries, stems removed
  • 4 c filtered water


  1. Add all of the ingredients to a blender and blend until you don\'t see any strawberry or cashew chunks.
  2. Pour the blended mixture into a nut milk bag, cheesecloth, or mesh sieve over a bowl or pitcher. Squeeze/press the mixture to get as much liquid out as possible. Pour into a large jar, screw on the lid, and refrigerate for a couple hours before serving.
  3. Alternatively, blend the cashews and water and then strain through the nut milk bag, cheesecloth, or mesh sieve. Process the strawberries through a juicer and then mix that juice with the cashew milk.
  4. The strawberry cashew milk will keep fresh in an airtight jar in the fridge for three days.


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