The number of times I have asked my friend to drink a drink before bedtime is almost non-existent, but it’s still an incredibly important ritual that I’m thankful for every single day.
This morning, after I had a few cups of milk tea and was about to turn off the television, I looked up the ingredients for my milk tea tiramella.
The ingredient list listed included almond milk, almond butter, and almond flour.
But as I read the ingredients, I wondered what the actual ingredients are.
I started to wonder, what are the actual dairy ingredients?
I also started to get a little confused.
I could see the almond milk as a fat, but I could not see the actual butter, which was called “butter” on the label.
As a matter of fact, the “buttery” word in this recipe comes from the fact that the milk is made from almond butter.
But the word “buttered” is just the name of the fat that is used to make the milk.
So, I thought, what the heck is the butter?
What is the actual “but” in the name?
I’m not a professional dairy expert, but my intuition was telling me that the real butter is a blend of almond and coconut butter.
So, I asked my pal to do the math and realized that this milk tea was a blend made with the almond butter and coconut flour ingredients.
Then I started to ask myself why this milk was made with almond milk.
The recipe was a little odd because the ingredients list was written in English.
I figured that perhaps they didn’t really know how to use their English language, so I tried to understand the ingredients in Spanish and Chinese.
After a few minutes, I finally found out that the ingredients listed for almond milk are actually a blend that is a combination of almond butter (a combination of two kinds of almond), coconut flour (which is made with coconut oil), and coconut oil.
It seems that in order to make milk tea, the coconut flour and almond butter are mixed together to create the milk tea.
The coconut oil also makes the milk that is actually served in the drink.
Here’s a quick explanation of the recipe and the ingredients: Milk Tea Recipe Ingredients (from the ingredient list) 1 1/2 cups almond milk 1 1/4 cups coconut flour 1/8 cup (2 tablespoons) unsweetened almond milk 1 cup unsweeten coconut milk 2 teaspoons (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, melted 1/4 cup (1 tablespoon) powdered sugar Directions In a large mixing bowl, mix together almond milk and coconut flour.
Stir the mixture into a large bowl and add the butter.
Pour the mixture on a baking sheet.
Bake for 10 minutes.
Cool and serve.
(Note: I added powdered sugar to the mix because it makes it easier to mix.)
Recipe Notes I used 1 cup of the almond fat, so the final cup of milk is 1/3 cup of almond fat.
You can also use a 2-1/8-cup container of almond milk instead of 1/5 cup of coconut fat.
(I used 2 cups of almond oil.)
The final serving is roughly 2 tablespoons of almond flavor.