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Yes, You Can Make Your Own Nut “Milk” Without A Strainer — Here’s How

DIY Nut “Milk”

Makes 1 serving.

What you’ll need:

A blender3 tablespoons nut butter of choice 1 scoop mbg beauty & gut collagen+ 1 cup water A pinch ground cinnamon A dash of salt
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How to:

All you have to do is place all the ingredients into your blender and blend it up–easy as can be. This recipe will make one serving of nut “milk”, measuring out to about one cup.

There are more than a few ways you can use this: as a skin-loving coffee creamer, a quick addition to any baked goods recipe, as a base for matcha, or in your cereal or oatmeal. The options are endless.

You can even swap out the unflavored collagen powder for the mbg chocolate beauty & gut collagen+ for some added sweetness and flavor, sans blood sugar spike.

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Why use nut butter and collagen powder?

Store-bought nut milk often contains additives–while some of these additions can help the product from going rancid or smooth out the consistency, they’re not always the best for your health (like vegetable and seed oils). Nut butter, on the other hand, often comes with fewer additional ingredients. When blended with water, you’ve got a simple and clean nut milk.

Be sure to pick your nut butter carefully and check the ingredients for additional oils and fillers, if you’re trying to avoid them. This tends to be easier with nut butter than nut milk, but it’s still best practice.

Plus, adding a scoop of the mbg beauty & gut collagen+ will add a creamy consistency to the milk. Not only that, but you’ll be getting a lengthy list of good-for-you ingredients in one step as well, including:

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The takeaway.

And just like that, you have your very own single-serving of nut milk without the hassle. This blend is simple, quick, and packed with nutrients. The best part (in our humble opinion) is the collagen powder, as you can sneak in a bunch of skin-supporting ingredients in one step.* Want to learn more about why collagen supplementation is so important for skin aging (and the whole body)? Check out this guide.*

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking medications, consult with your doctor before starting a supplement routine. It is always optimal to consult with a health care provider when considering what supplements are right for you.

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