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almond pulp from making almond mylk
Take the pulp left over from making almond mylk, and add the juice of 1-2 oranges (depending on how much almond pulp you have). Mix well and spread on dehydrator sheets. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for 5-10 hours depending on whether you spread it thick or thin.
Spread Thin: Makes delightful little thin crisps Spread Thicker: Makes a spongy light cookie, which a little bit of chew (hard to describe texture)
The crisps remind me of something “sinful” you would get if you went out for tea…yum!
Spiritedmama's ThoughtsBy spiritedmama
I found another tasty way to use up that wonderful almond pulp left over from making almond mylk!
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