If you don’t use almond milk regularly, perhaps you have some for a recipe or for a guest in your house, can you freeze almond milk so you can use it in a recipe later?
When it comes to freezing almond milk, the biggest problem is that it will separate when it’s thawed. And this is not ideal when you are wanting to drink it. However, there is kind of a workaround, which works pretty well for when you need almond milk in smaller amounts.
Once you have thawed you are almond milk, you can blend it which will reincorporate the ingredients together so they are not separated. This is suitable for using almond milk in recipes. However, I find I can freeze it in a different way with slightly better results that don’t require blending.
Pour your almond milk into an ice cube tray, so you can freeze your almond milk in ice cube portions. When the cubes of almond milk are frozen, simply put them into a ziplock bag and store them in the freezer.
Now, when you need to thaw your ice cubes, I put them into a small container with a secure lid on top. Once the almond milk cubes are thawed, I just have to vigorously shake the little container, to blend the almond milk back together without having to use a blender every time. then it’s ready to be used in a recipe, or as a creamer for coffee.
You can also use these almond ice cubes directly into a smoothie if you like to make smoothies with an almond milk base. Since you are blending the cubes anyway, it’s a perfect way to do it.