Tree Nut Milk Recipe

This is something for those hot summer days or people looking for a delicious milk alternative! Tree nut milk is delicious plant-based milk, and it’s free of peanuts for those who are allergic!

If you’re also looking to have non-peanut foods that are also healthy, you can find our special tree nut butter recipe here! Our recipes use xylitol for sugar replacement; you can simply replace it with sugar if needed.

Tree Nut Milk Recipe

Mixed nuts
To get all that delicious flavour out, these nuts must be roasted first and given oomph!

You’ll want to preheat the oven to around 175 c fan on. Line a tray with parchment paper, then add the tree nuts to the top. Make sure it’s evenly spread out so that it roasts evenly. Place the tray into the oven for approximately 6 to 8 minutes. Or until you can smell the toasted aromas released.

Soaking these nuts helps to add liquid to them and makes it easier for the blender to blend them into that delicious milk! Yum!

Once we remove the nuts from the oven, we will soak them in double the water to the nuts ratio. Place it in the fridge for around 4 hours. Once soaked, we will put the liquid and the nuts into the blender to blend until it has been processed.

Unprocessed tree nut milk
This is to be blended! Soon it will become our tree nut milk!

I blended the stuff for around 8 minutes; it depends on how powerful your blender is. If it’s not powerful as mine, you can use the same amount of time. You can always check after blending to ensure all of it has turned to milk.

Tree nut milk
There we go! There is our delicious nut milk!

Now it’s finished! You should enjoy this recipe; we also have an elderberry syrup you can try out too!

Tree Nut Milk

Josh N.
A delicious alternative to milk!
Prep Time 8 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 23 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine British
Servings 2 People


  • 1 blender


  • 500 grams mixed tree nuts
  • 4 cups water


  • Preheat the oven to 175 fan on Celsius.
  • Lay parchment paper on the tray
  • Add the nuts to the parchment paper tray and spread out so they evenly roast. Place in oven for 6 to 8 minutes until you can smell the roasted aroma.
  • Take them out of the oven then add them to a bowl which can hold 4 cups of water with them. Add them together then leave to soak in the refrigerator for 4 hours.
  • Take out of the refrigerator then add the contents to a blender then blend for 8 minutes until the milk is finished.


Keyword milk, nut, tree nut

Coconut Cream from Coconut Milk

Coconut cream can be used as a substitute for double cream in vegan recipes or simply to make the dish taste better! Simply in this recipe, we will be using coconut milk. You can add sugar to it to make it a more dessert-based cream, though we will be keeping it basic.

You can use the cream in savoury dishes and desserts alike. Around a can of coconut milk will yield slightly more than a cup. We used this cream to make a delicious peach cobbler which you can find here. For savoury dishes, you can use it for a bean quiche which is quite frankly amazing!

Coconut Cream

Coconut Cream Recipe

Coconut Cream

Josh N.
Cook Time 35 mins
Course Ingredient
Cuisine British


  • 1 can coconut milk


  • Pour the can of coconut milk into a pot.
  • Put the pot on medium heat then keep stirring for around 35 minutes or until you've got the right consistency of double cream.


Keyword coconut, cream

Hot Chocolate with Flavored Chocolate Recipe

This hot chocolate recipe is very delicious! It combines both the flavour of the chocolate and the cocoa itself! Use any flavour and even combine to find new tasty drinks! You can also add any spices to this recipe and turn it from basic to decadent!

Step-by-step image gallery for hot chocolate

In this recipe we used chocolate from Lidl, it was super cheap! Around 49 pence to buy! It’s a raspberry filled chocolate and tastes delicious so I was wondering if I could use it for hot cocoa! We basically cut the chocolate into pieces and then put it into the pot filled with 1 litre of milk. Using around 200 grams of chocolate.

We keep it at medium until it’s warm/hot enough before it burns or bubbles up then set it to medium low. You don’t want it to bubble but you want it hot enough to be up to your temperature standard.

Though for using chocolate- make sure to use non-chunky chocolate since the pieces might be a problem for some for drinking.

Different types of chocolate you could use and their flavour!

  • Raspberry filled chocolate- depending on the strength of the raspberry- it’s quite a light tone of flavour. You can taste the raspberry notes but it more compliments the chocolate.

Hot chocolate Recipe

hot chocolate

Hot Chocolate Recipe

Josh N.
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine American, British


  • 200 grams any flavour chocolate
  • 1 litre milk


  • Break the chocolate into pieces!
  • Piut the pieces into the pot and add 1 litre of milk then set to medium heat.
  • Continuously stir then turn then set heat to medium-low after it gets hot.
  • Stir until all of the chocolate has been incorporated into the milk.
  • Serve!


Keyword chocolate, drink, drinks, hot chocolate, recipe, sweet


Hopefully, you enjoyed this recipe! Make sure to experiment with different brands of chocolate and tell us your findings in the comments! You can up this recipe by adding whipped cream and a lot of toppings to it! The cinnamon really helps to turn this from a normal hot chocolate to a decadent drink!

If you want to see any other recipes from us, we have a butter recipe where you could use the buttermilk for this recipe! We also have a YouTube channel where you can find videos on these recipes if you prefer that format!