There are a number of uses for almond pulp that are absolutely delicious, will add an extra fibre boost to your food and will help you cut down on food waste.

1. Gluten-Free Bread Crumbs
Spread your nut milk pulp onto a parchment-lined baking sheet and dry it at your oven’s lowest temperature, or use a food dehydrator to make it raw.

2. Almond Pulp Crackers
Everyone loves a good cracker! Blend olive oil, sea salt and herbs into your leftover almond pulp, roll it out and bake in the oven.

3. Almond Pulp Baked Goods
Cookies, muffins, quick breads, brownies, granola bars, pie crusts – whatever your fave, you can find a recipe that integrates almond pulp.

4. Homemade Almond Flour
Almond flour can be incredibly expensive, so why not blend your own from leftover almond pulp. 

5. Almond Pulp Hummus

With the addition of hummus flavours like tahini, garlic, olive oil and lemon, you’ll get your hummus fix without the side effects.

6. Smoothies
Smoothies are a wonderful hodgepodge situation that you can stuff with a wide variety of nutritious ingredients that you wouldn’t necessarily eat all on their own.

7. Homemade Dairy-Free Chocolate
Try adding your extra almond pulp to homemade dairy-free chocolate, like in raw fudge or pudding recipes or in the filling for almond butter cups.

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