How to Make Cashew Milk at Home

How to Make Cashew Milk at Home


With the growing popularity of plant-based alternatives, cashew milk has emerged as a versatile and delicious option for those seeking a dairy-free alternative. Making cashew milk at home is not only easy but also allows you to customize its flavor by adding your favorite fruit and consistency to suit your preferences. In this blog, we'll walk you through the simple steps of creating your creamy cashew milk, and remember to explore the delightful King Size Cashews from Ariga Food for an extra touch of flavor.


1 cup Ariga Food's King Size Cashews

3-4 cups water (for soaking and blending)

Sweetener of choice (optional, e.g., dates, maple syrup, agave, or any favorite fruits)

Vanilla extract (optional)

Pinch of salt


Soak the Cashews

Start by soaking 1 cup of Ariga Food's King Size Cashews in water for at least 4 hours or overnight. This softens the cashews, making them easier to blend and smoother milk.

Drain and Rinse

After soaking, drain and rinse the cashews thoroughly. This step helps remove any residue and ensures a clean, fresh taste for your cashew milk.

Blend with Water

In a blender, combine the soaked cashews with 3-4 cups of fresh water. The ratio of water to cashews will affect the thickness of the milk, so adjust according to your preference. If you prefer creamier milk, use less water.

Sweeten and Flavor (Optional)

To add a touch of sweetness, you can include natural sweeteners like dates, maple syrup, agave, or any other fruits of your preferences. Add vanilla extract for extra flavor. Start with a small amount and adjust to taste. A pinch of salt can also enhance the overall flavor.

Blend Until Smooth

Blend the mixture on high speed until it becomes smooth and creamy. This usually takes about 2-3 minutes, depending on the power of your blender.

Strain (Optional)

For ultra-smooth cashew milk, you can strain the mixture using a nut milk bag, cheesecloth, or a fine mesh sieve. This step removes any remaining pulp, resulting in a silkier texture.

Store in a Sealed Container

Transfer the cashew milk to a sealed container or bottle. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 4-5 days. Shake well before each use, as natural separation may occur.


Yummy Cashew Milk

Enjoy in Various Ways

Your homemade cashew milk is now ready to be enjoyed! Use it in coffee, tea, cereal, smoothies, or as a substitute in recipes that call for milk. Enhance your drink with a touch of nutritional excellence by sprinkling Ariga Foods' Superfood Mixes. Whether it's the Roasted Mixed Seeds, Berries Mix 6 in 1, or any of our delightful trail mixes, this addition not only boosts the health quotient but also elevates the taste to a whole new level. Make your meals healthier and more delectable with Ariga Foods' Superfood Mix 15 in 1.

Why Ariga Food's King-Size Cashews?

Ariga Foods offers King Size Cashews, providing flavorful recipes and premium ingredients for your homemade cashew milk. Choose excellence in every nut with Ariga Foods' King Size Cashews. Elevate your homemade cashew milk to unparalleled creaminess with our premium ingredients. Unlike ordinary cashews, Ariga Foods' King Size Cashews are sealed in PET jars, ensuring optimal nutrient preservation, lasting crunchiness, and an extended shelf life. Opt for the assurance of quality, flavor, and freshness that sets Ariga Foods apart. Make the conscious choice for a culinary experience that goes beyond the ordinary – choose the regal richness of Ariga Foods' King Size Cashews for a truly premium indulgence.


Making cashew milk at home is a rewarding and straightforward process that allows you to enjoy a creamy, dairy-free beverage tailored to your taste. With Ariga Food's King Size Cashews, enjoy the premium quality creaminess. Say goodbye to store-bought alternatives and enjoy crafting your cashew milk. Cheers to a delicious and homemade dairy-free experience!

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