» Think way back to that Whole30 challenge…remember when I kept bragging about that mysterious oat-free oatmeal?? Now think back to my post on how to make your own almond milk and remember, I teased you with a special idea to use for the pulp? I finally decided to share 😉
Preheat oven to 350. Spray a baking sheet with coconut oil spray. After making your almond milk, take the pulp you have and spread it out onto the sheet and load it up with cinnamon (it’ll make your house smell so yummy!). Place in oven for about 15-20 minutes, but check along the way so it doesn’t burn. Keep it in there until it’s a little crunchy – I usually check by using a fork and testing the texture while still in the oven.
Once it’s crispy to your liking, take it out and let it cool. You can store the almond pulp in a sealed container – I’m not exactly sure how long it will keep for, but I wouldn’t say any longer than a week.
In the morning, when you are in the mood for some oat-free oatmeal take roughly a handful of the pulp. Put in a bowl with a mashed up banana, chopped walnuts and a splash of almond or coconut milk – you can also add raisins and coconut flakes in before microwaving (like me) if you want. Microwave for about 45 seconds. Add more milk if desired. Top with coconut flakes, raisins, bluebs, chia seeds and whatever you want! 🙂