throw it in dehydrator and use as almond flour?
would that work in a low setting oven? dont have a dehydrator
Dr. Bork Bork's idea is fabulous, but you could also bake something with it right away....or cook it on the stovetop with spices and honey for fauxmeal...
Use it to bread a meat for frying? Or as a crust?
Check out some raw food recipes, they also make almond milk and use the leftovers for odd things. You're bound to find something.
They call it "almond pulp," btw, if that helps with a recipe search.
Last edited by Clymb; 11-24-2011 at 01:14 PM.
I use it for a quick breakfast cereal.
I dry it out in the oven for about 2 hours on a very low heat.
Add chocolate chips and dried fruits (or one or the other). I figure if my hubby is going to have cereals anyway he might as well have this and avoid the preservatives. Keep in the oven for another 10 minutes or until dried out completly.
Take a fork and just scrape the mixture into a box. It will look like cereal ;-).
No complaints from my family.
I did try to heat it up instead of drying out and add a couple of eggs and sort of make a hot cereal...total flop and an extra kilo to show for it ;-).
Let me know what you made with it in the end.
I make almond milk in the Vitamix and what's left after wringing every last almond milk drop out is a goopy sticky pasty mess. I don't see how this could be made into anything.