Recipe Directions

PREPARING INSTANT CASHEW MILK

1. Throw 4 tablespoons of cashew butter into the blender with water.

2. Add salt, cinnamon, and vanilla to add that magical touch.

3.  Blend until silky smooth (You can also use nut milk or seed milk for this recipe.).

PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER

4. Heat up a pot of water or tea kettle to your desired temperature.

5. Drop in the yerba mate tea bag and hot water into a cup. Let it sit for 5 minutes or so.

6. Using a strainer (to catch the unblended chunks of cashew), fill up to 1/4 of a cup with the cashew milk. More milk if you want it creamier.

7. Add a dash of cinnamon for the road. You're ready to go!

Bellasera's Thoughts

By bellasera

I was inspired to make this recipe from a similar recipe at We Like it Raw.

Very tasty and just what I was looking for to help my cravings for warm coffee in the morning.

You can also make the instant cashew milk from raw almond butter or any seed or nut butters.

I also made a chai version with chai tea bags.

The variations are endless, I’m going to try it with some organic cocoa. Perfect!

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Hey thats a great idea Morning, I'll try that next time. Thanks.

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I love you so much Miss Lisa that I would even go raw for you.

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WoW! *lol*

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Mmm, sounds good.

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WoW! *lol*

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I love you so much Miss Lisa that I would even go raw for you.

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Hey thats a great idea Morning, I'll try that next time. Thanks.

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You could possibly steep the yerba mate in cold water all night, instead of hot... That way it wouldn't technically be "cooked". I heard somewhere that it doesn't have the same adverse effects that way. This looks yummy :c)

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