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How to make Kunun Aya/Tigernut Milk Drink/Horchata de Chufa, using Tigernut Milk Drink Mix

October 05, 2020

Tigernut Milk Drink

Tigernut Milk Drink Mix is vegan, gluten, nut, and dairy free. It is also Paleo-friendly and Non-GMO. It is made from purely organic plant food ingredients.

Tigernut Milk Drink has a slight nutty, coconut/almond creamy sweet flavour and is packed with raw energy, vitality and probiotic fibre which promotes great gut health and immunity.



I cup of Tigernut Milk Drink Mix

3 cups of warm/tepid water

Nut milk bag, muslin cloth or fine strainer


Instructions for use:

Add 1 cup of the Tigernut Milk Drink Mix to up to 3 cups warm water in a blender and blend for 1 minute.

Leave to stand for 5 minutes to re-hydrate, then blend again for 1 minute.

Sieve using a nut milk bag, muslin cloth or fine strainer.

Pour the Tigernut Milk Drink into a glass and enjoy! You can add a sprinkle of ginger/cinnamon/cardamom, or any sweetener of your choice to taste.


Use as a protein, energy and fibre Booster

Directions for use:

Add 1-2 tablespoons to your smoothies, breakfast oats and yoghurts for an extra fibre and protein boost for extra raw nutrition, energy and prebiotic fibre.





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