Ace Blender - Nut Milk
By :Instant Brands Collection
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Votes: 22
Rating: 4.68
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Course Beverages
Cuisine Modern
Difficulty Easy
Duration less than 15 min
Cooking Technique Ace Blender
Main Ingredient Nuts
Prep Time 1-24 hours
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
46 ounces
Ingredients
  • warm water for soaking
  • 1 cup nuts or seeds of choice
  • 47 ounces Water
Course Beverages
Cuisine Modern
Difficulty Easy
Duration less than 15 min
Cooking Technique Ace Blender
Main Ingredient Nuts
Prep Time 1-24 hours
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
46 ounces
Ingredients
  • warm water for soaking
  • 1 cup nuts or seeds of choice
  • 47 ounces Water
Votes: 22
Rating: 4.68
Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. For best results, soak nuts or seeds in warm water for at least 1 hour, and up to 24 hours, before preparing. Drain and rinse nuts or seeds, removing any husks or skins, if desired.
  2. Transfer nuts or seeds to the pitcher of the Instant Pot® Ace. Fill pitcher with water to the Soup fill line (the 48 ounce)and secure lid.
  3. Choose the Nut / Oat Milk program.
  4. When the program has completed, filter the finished milk through the included mesh strainer bag to ensure the milk and smooth and creamy. Store refrigerated for up to 4 days.
Recipe Notes

Helpful Tip: Almonds and cashews are the most popular choice for making milk, however, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, and shelled pumpkin seeds will also give you great results.

16 replies
  1. CocoDyke
    CocoDyke says:

    What are the settings for those of us with IPs that dont have the Nut milk preset? My Duo doesn’t have that setting.

  2. Me
    Me says:

    Please Post caloric info as well as fiber, protein, and other relevant nutritional info so those of us who want to know can adjust the recipes to our own tastes and dietary needs

  3. charm
    charm says:

    So, yeah…a Duo is a pressurized cooking pot, and this requires the blender…. Same company, different thing.

  4. Instant Pot
    Instant Pot says:

    Hi CocoDyke,

    This recipe was designed for our Instant Pot Ace Blender and not our Multi-Use Pressure Cookers.

  5. Cherie
    Cherie says:

    I made cashew milk with my Instant Pot blender and found it too thin and tasteless with 48 oz of water. Most recipes for cashew milk use about half that, and I will do the same next time. In fact, I think I will toss what I just made and start again. Also, soaking cashews for up to 24 hrs was too long. Still, though, I love my blender, just not the instructions. Almonds might need a longer soaking time so next time the manual comes out, perhaps have different soaking times for each kind of nuts.

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