Non-Dairy Beverage

By Elmhurst 1925

Rating (931 Reviews)

4.41 out of 5

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Highlights

  • Get a voucher for a FREE 32 fl oz Elmhurst plant-based milk 
    • Value $5.99
  • Your choice of original or unsweetened: Almond, Cashew, Hazelnut, Walnut OR Oat, Peanut Chocolate 
  • Nutrient complete - no fortifying here!
  • Creamy and delicious with no gums, stabilizers, or emulsifiers
  • Great straight out of the glass, over cereal, in your coffee or favorite recipes!
  • Sustainable packaging that is FSC certified & recyclable 
  • Check out new varieties including Protein Shakes and Barista Editions!

Description Ingredients Recipes


Elmhurst 1925 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.

Current Varieties:

  • Milked Almonds offers a perfectly balanced flavor with a creamy richness that is truly satisfying and nutritious. It is perfect for drinking straight out of the glass!
  • Milked Cashews has an irresistibly creamy and subtle flavor that’s perfect over cereal, in smoothies, in coffee or enjoyed straight from the carton.
  • Milked Hazelnuts is a delicious lactose-free, vegan alternative to dairy. One taste of the irresistible creaminess and you’ll see for yourself!
  • Milked Walnuts is a light and creamy dairy alternative that is both delicious and nutritious. Try it today on cereals, in recipes or in your smoothies.
  • Milked Oats is made with 20 grams whole grain per glass, sourced from Manitoba’s vast expanse, and with more nutrition (and fewer ingredients) than that other guy. 
  • Milked Peanut Chocolate hits hard with eight grams of peanut protein per glass – the same as chocolate dairy milk. 

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 1925 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

Milked Oats: Filtered Water, Whole Grain Oats, Cane Sugar, Salt, Natural Flavors

Milked Peanuts Chocolate: Filtered Water, Peanuts, Cane Sugar, Cocoa (Dutch Processed), Natural Flavors, Salt

Check out lots more delicious recipes from Elmhurst here!

Roasted Pumpkin Hazelnut Risotto

Ingredients:

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

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. On a greased baking pan, spread out the pumpkin puree evenly.
  3. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until the pumpkin starts to turn golden brown.
  4. In a large sauté pan, heat the vegetable oil and add onions. Sweat the onions until translucent.
  5. Add the garlic to the pan and sauté for another minute.
  6. Add the Arborio rice to the pan and toast for about 2 minutes.
  7. Add 1 cup of the Elmhurst Milked Hazelnuts, stirring constantly so that the rice does not stick to the bottom.
  8. Once almost all the liquid has been absorbed, repeat step 7 two more times, until all the Elmhurst Milked Hazelnuts has been soaked into the rice.
  9. Add in the radicchio and let it cook for 2-3 minutes while stirring constantly.
  10. Stir in the pumpkin, feta cheese, and sage, serve immediately.

Elmhurst 1925 Reviews (931)
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It taste good but not for everybody in the house. I like it. I made smoothies and was really good. My son enjoy it as well. I not so cheap but the price is fine.

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We are always looking for alternative flavors to use in our cooking and everyday meals. My son loved the cashew milk for his cereal. My daughter loved it when using it as a milk substitute for cooking French toast.

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Elmhurst Cashew milk was the bomb-diggitty! I loved the rich creamy taste . It was silky smooth with no funny after taste. We used it to make baked goods and they came out awesome!

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I was super impressed with this non-diary milk. I have been buying it weekly since I sampled it. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to try it.

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i really enjoy elmhurst 1925 cashew milk its very tasty, the textra is smooth & enjoyable the only downside to this product is that it upset my stomach a little .

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