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September 24, 2020

Robin Frey

How to Make Maple Pecan Pie Milk (With or Without a Juicer!)

Looking for a creamy and non-dairy milk recipe? This pecan milk ticks both of those boxes!

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This pecan milk recipe is meant to mirror the taste of pecan pie. Rich and buttery pecans combine with maple syrup, molasses and vanilla to create a healthy, dessert-like treat in a glass.

Let’s talk about the general health benefits before diving into the pecan milk recipe.

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Homemade Pecan Milk Health Benefits

Starting with the obvious: this nut milk recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, paleo, and vegan. It’s also fairly low-carb, with maple syrup serving as the sole sweetener.

Pecans are a powerhouse when it comes to health benefits. Here’s a smattering of what pecan milk can do for you:

  • Contains thiamin, iron, vitamin B6, manganese, magnesium, zinc, and copper.
  • Improves cardiovascular health.
  • Supports digestion.
  • Promotes weight loss and healthy skin.
  • Prevents hair loss.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Reduces inflammation.
  • Improves bone strength.
  • Reduces risk of stroke and breast cancer.

See more pecan nutrition facts here.

Related recipe: Classic Almond Milk

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Equipment

We used a high-speed blender and one of our Goodnature juice presses to make this recipe. However, you can also use:

  • The grinder on your Goodnature juicer, or a food processor instead of a blender.
  • A mesh strainer (like a cheesecloth, nut milk bag, or even a thin dish towel) instead of the juice press.
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Savannah Burghgraef

excited to try this recipe on my M-1 that is coming the end of this month! can grind the nuts in my M-1 or do you have to use a blender?

Oct 7, 2020
Robin Frey

Hi Savannah, Oh yes, you definitely can grind the soaked nuts with the M-1 grinder. You may get a little bit of a thicker milk using a blender, completely up to you!

Oct 7, 2020
Katherine of Baby Katies

I’ll be trying this recipe next week! Sounds delicious

Sep 26, 2020
Amey Meyer

I made this today and used it in hot and iced coffee. Thank you for including a recipe for people without a juicer!

Sep 25, 2020
Robin Frey

Awesome, great idea! Thanks for sharing Amey, glad you liked it 😄

Sep 25, 2020
Ngozi Carolyn Iroegbu

Hello goodnature , Is been a long time I've been following you and I've thinking of going into juice processing business is there any way I could get help and idea? As starting from scratch ?

Sep 24, 2020
Robin Frey

Hi Ngozi, Great to hear! As you probably already have seen, our blog is a great resource for starting a juice business. If you want to start at home, check out our article on How To Start A Juice Business From Home and 20 Top Tips For Starting a Juice Business. I will also have one of our team members reach out to you via email to help answer any questions you might have.

Sep 25, 2020
Giordana

How can i purchase the press bags?

Sep 24, 2020
Robin Frey

Hi Giordana, You can purchase press bags for your Goodnature juicer here: https://www.goodnature.com/products/ If you do not have a Goodnature press, and you want to make at home using a nut milk bag, you can find them online like this one here: https://wellearthgoods.com/products/nut-milk-strainer-bag-organic-cotton

Sep 24, 2020