Elmhurst Milked is a non-dairy beverage made from whole nuts.
What Is Milked?
Milked (verb): to draw something from. The work “milked” best describes the unique process of using water to separate and draw out the nutrients from the nuts. These valuable nutrients, once released, re-combine naturally to make a very creamy and smooth beverage without the use of any added emulsifiers or thickeners.
Elmhurst's process allows them to use more nuts, which means a more delicious and nutritious nutmilk.
Free from: gluten, dairy, soy, lactose, high-fructose corn syrup, carrageenan or any other gums, stabilizers, or emulsifiers.
From A Historic American Dairy
“My name is Henry Schwartz. In 1925, my father and uncle founded Elmhurst, a New York family dairy. For over 90 years, we took great pride in producing natural and nutritious milk. I believe nondairy milk should be just as natural and nutritious. It shouldn’t be nut-flavored water with additives to make it look like milk. Elmhurst gives you the delicious flavor and nutrition of a handful of nuts in every glass.” – Henry Schwartz, Founder
Elmhurst Milked won Company of the Year from VegNews Magazine for 2017!
Milked Almonds: Water, Almonds, Cane Sugar, Salt, Natural Flavors
Milked Cashews: Water, Cashews, Cane Sugar, Natural Flavors, Salt
Milked Hazelnuts: Water, Hazelnuts, Cane Sugar, Almonds, Natural Flavors, Salt
Milked Walnuts: Water, Walnuts, Cane Sugar, Salt, Natural Flavors
Check out lots more delicious recipes from Elmhurst here!
3 cups Elmhurst Milked Hazelnuts
1½ cups Arborio Rice
½ cup Onion, Chopped
1 Tbsp. Garlic, Minced
8-oz. Canned Pumpkin Puree
½ cup Feta Cheese
½ cup Radicchio, Sliced
2 tbsp. Sage, Chopped
1 tbsp. Vegetable Oil
This was really good really trying to cut down on dairy products, and this was a help I really like the taste it was smooth it was good and I totally enjoyed it and I recommend it
Tasty, good realy great! I liked fresh and delicious, recommend it for a fresh and fast lunch. Good size for a woman, good variety, and interesting flavor.
I tried the milked walnuts and it was okay. It was a light walnutty taste, texture was thin like soy milk, but overall I think prefer to have cow's milk.
I don't love this. I was psyched at the variations available, but when push comes to shove, the positives of available options doesn't outweigh the issues I have with it. The nutritional values are not great, and for the amount of fat in the milk, you'd expect it to be creamier than it is. Add to it that it's around $6 for 1 quart and I'm left unimpressed. Perhaps the next line they come out with should come with light versions? I might be more into it then (since the nutritional values are my biggest issue with this product).
I LOVE!LOVE!LOVE it!!! Really, #Elmhurst Milked unbelievably fantastic product. I try with hazelnuts - I love it! I have a very strong allergy to dairy products and this milk is just a godsend for me. A real milk taste without allergic effects. Thanks, #socialnature for this precious discovery