Horchata #drinks #nonalcoholic

Horchata #drinks #nonalcoholic

Discover how to make smooth horchata at home with this simple blender recipe! This custom made horchata tastes simply like the beverage at your preferred Mexican eateries, yet has no refined sugar, and is sans dairy, and vegetarian.

At whatever point we go out for Mexican nourishment, my hubby arranges a virus glass of horchata, also knows as agua de horchata. This non-mixed drink is ideal for Cinco de Mayo, Celebration, or any taco night.

Horchata is a mainstream Mexican drink that is made with cinnamon, rice, and sugar. It's smooth, and somewhat lumpy, and the flavor helps me to remember a snickerdoodle treat. A drinkable snickerdoodle? I'm in! Horchata is typically served cold in a tall glass, however some fun varieties have developed too.

Another inquiry I've posed to myself on these Mexican date evenings. I had constantly accepted horchata was made with entire milk and heaps of sugar. While the last is most likely obvious, this velvety beverage truly gets its smoothness from rice. Bovines milk or almond milk might be included and both can make a conventional, bona fide recipe.

It's that simple! Store your crisp custom made horchata in the fridge. It does normally isolate a piece, with the heaver pieces sinking to the base. Simply give a little shake or mix before pouring.

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Smooth Mexican agua de horchata is anything but difficult to stir up in the blender and tastes scrumptious whenever of day.


  •  1 cup uncooked long-grain white rice (I used basmati)
  •  4 cups water
  •  2 cinnamon sticks
  •  1 ½ cups unsweetened almond milk
  •  1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  •  4 tablespoons maple syrup


  1. Rinse and drain the rice. Place it in a blender and add the water and cinnamon sticks. Cover and let soak for at least three hours (or overnight in the refrigerator).
  2. Blend the cinnamon, rice, and water until the cinnamon is ground up and the mixture is as smooth and milky as possible. This took a couple of minutes in my high powered blender. Pour the mixture through a fine mesh sieve or cheesecloth into a pitcher to strain the solid bits.
  3. Whisk in the almond milk, vanilla, and syrup. Taste and add more syrup if desired.

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