Peanut Milk Recipe

Peanut Milk Recipe
Peanut Milk Recipe

Peanut Milk Recipe

Recipe by Gennysser
5.0 from 1 vote

Peanut Milk Recipe

Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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  • 1 cup 1 raw peanuts (unsalted)

  • 4 cups 4 water (filtered or distilled)

  • 2 2 dates (pitted)


  • Soak the Peanuts in a bowl with 4 cups of water and cover them with a towel for 4 hours or overnight in room temperature water.
  • After 4 hours or overnight, drain your Peanuts and rinse them thoroughly.
  • Add all ingredients to a blender and blend on high until you get a smooth and creamy consistency.
  • Using a nut milk bag, cheese cloth or fine mesh sieve, squeeze and strain
    your mixture to extract as much liquid as possible.
  • Pour your Milk into a jar or bottle, store in your fridge for up to 4 days.
  • Remember to shake well before use, as it can separate if left alone over time.


  • Blender

Benefits of Peanut Milk

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Peanut Milk Recipe
  • Peanut milk is a perfect substitute for those looking for a non-dairy, non-lactose & non-soy alternative to regular milk!
  • Despite the amount of calories within peanut milk, the proteins and healthy fats found within peanut milk may help aid in weight loss by giving you a feeling of fullness when consumed in moderate amounts.
  • The proteins, healthy fats and fibers found in peanut milk can contribute to regulating blood sugar levels by slowing down sugar absorption, assisting greatly with diabetics!

Benefits of Peanuts

  • Peanuts are rich in vitamin E content, which contribute to skin health by providing defense against oxidative damage.
  • Peanuts have rich contents of minerals like magnesium, phosphorus and potassium which play a large role in maintaining strong and healthy bones.
  • Peanuts are also rich in monosaturated fats as well as polyunsaturated fats, which largely contribute to heart health by lowering bad cholesterol, or LDL cholesterol, and by increasing good cholesterol, or HDL cholesterol.
  • Peanuts are nutrient dense, containing such nutrients like proteins, health fats, vitamins and many other minerals!

Peanuts are native to the Andes regions of South America and were harvested by the indigenous people of this area since over 7,000 years ago.

If you liked this recipe, I invite you to try my recipe Macadamia Nut Milk.

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