How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk

Learn how to make homemade Hemp Milk with this super simple recipe.

Making homemade Hemp Milk is especially easy because unlike almond or other nut milks, hempseeds don’t need to be soaked overnight or strained after blending. You can literally make this recipe in 2 minutes or less!

How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk Nutiva Organic Hempseeds are very nutritious and making Hemp Milk at home is a great way to enjoy the benefits. Hemp Milk is an excellent source of protein, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as iron, magnesium, and zinc. Making your own Hemp Milk also offers the added benefits of reducing packaging waste and avoiding unnecessary ingredients, like additives and stabilizers.

How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk

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How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk

How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk

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• 1/4 cup Nutiva hempseeds
• 1 cup water
• 1 tsp. vanilla extract (optional)

Add all ingredients to a blender. Blend on high for 30 seconds. You can also make hemp milk in larger batches and store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Homemade hemp milk also stores well in the freezer.

How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk OrganicHomemade Hemp Milk has a creamy, delicious flavor. We love it on cereal and in smoothies. You can even use it to make Hemp Milk ice cream.

How to Make Homemade Hemp Milk

Tell us! How will you use Homemade Hemp Milk?


  1. christine holliday says

    I used your recipe of course, but tossed in some frozen fruit. I used banana and blackberries. Easy peasy, thanks

  2. K J says

    So if Hemp powder is made from hemp seeds, can we make Hemp Milk with Hemp Powder instead of Hemp Seeds?? Currently, I only have Hemp Powder in my possession. If so, please add recipe. Thank you.

  3. marge201 says

    I use nut or seed milk as the base for chia pudding and oatmeal. Haven’t tried hemp milk (and the mash of course, whatever there might be with hemp) but will soon. Thanks for the idea!


  1. […] Edible Food Art. I’m not sure about your children, but mine love to play with food. Somewhere on the Internet surely you have seen Hempseed Banana Sushi, right? You don’t need any fancy recipe for this. Just pour the hempseeds out (like I did in idea #1), then slice bananas and let them roll the banana in the hempseed and eat. Samarah helped Isaiah do this yesterday, and they loved it. All hempseeds and banana were gone (but I had a mess to clean up, which was perfectly okay). Bonus: This washes down perfectly with Homemade Hemp Milk. […]

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