4 Crafty Ways to Cook With Almond Meal

Get creative with these ways to use almond meal in cooking and baking.

4 Crafty Ways to Cook With Almond Meal

By Toni Gasparis

Need something to do with the leftover almond meal from your homemade almond milk? Don’t throw it out! You can use the almond meal for many different things in cooking and baking, including making your recipes gluten-free. Get the best ways to use almond meal here.

Make Almond Flour

Substitute white flour with its healthier relative by making your own almond flour. Spread out your almond meal on a pan and bake in the oven for three to four hours on the lowest temperature your oven can go. Once the almond meal has been baked and the almonds are crunchy and dry, blend them in a food processor until they are a flour-like consistency. Store your freshly made flour in the freezer until you are ready to use it.

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