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Whether you are lactose intolerant or not, learning to make different non-dairy “milks” is a fun way to vary up the nutrients you’re getting in your diet. For instance, hemp seeds contain magnesium and a host of other minerals, as well as a nice profile of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Out of all the nut milks I’ve tried, hemp milk is easily my favorite. It’s got an unparalleled nuttiness that I enjoy quite a bit. I’d be remiss if I didn’t also mention the sustainability of hemp production. Hemp production requires less water than dairy farming, is beneficial to the soil, and can be easily grown organically. 

I’m also a modern hippy dad looking to recreate certain childhood flavors to introduce to my kiddo with a crunchier twist, so it’s fun to attempt these recipes with a more “natural” and “organic” flair.  Most store-bought strawberry milk doesn’t even contain strawberries, what an outrage! I give to you my interpretation of a chocolate milk and a strawberry milk. There’s also a plain hemp milk recipe below. Try substituting this for creamer in your coffee! How do you enjoy hemp milk? Let us know in the comments below.

Hemp Milk Recipe



  1. Pour hemp seeds and water into blender.
  2. Blend on high for 1 minute.
  3. Line a bowl with a nut milk bag (or cheese cloth) and strain.
  4. Squeeze out as much of the milk as you can. This shouldn’t take long, maybe a couple of minutes.
  5. Mix in your maple syrup, sea salt, and optional vanilla extract.
  6. Using a funnel, pour into a bottle.
  7. Store in a fridge and enjoy within four to five days.

Strawberry hemp milk being poured

Strawberry Hemp Milk Recipe


  • 2 cups chopped organic strawberries
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup raw local honey
  • 3 cups organic hemp milk (recipe above)


  1. In a pot, combine strawberries, water, and honey.
  2. Turn on to medium high, bring to a boil, then bring it down to medium and simmer for 20 minutes. Be sure to stir, mash, and break up strawberries. A potato masher and wooden spoon work well for this. Leave uncovered the whole time so that the liquid reduces.
  3. After 20 minutes, the strawberries should be a mushy-syrupy texture. Take a strainer and pour and mash the strawberry mixture through. Let it drain as much as possible. The leftover pulp makes a great spread for toast!
  4. Pour strawberry syrup and hemp milk into a jar. Shake vigorously until combined.
  5. Store in a fridge and enjoy within four to five days.

Chocolate hemp milk

Chocolate Hemp Milk Recipe



  1. In a blender, blend all ingredients on high for 15 seconds.
  2. Pour into a glass bottle.
  3. Store in a fridge and enjoy within four to five days.

Looking for more vegan milk recipes?

Check Out this Dairy-free Matcha Chia Pudding!

You may also enjoy:

Vegan Golden Milk Ice Cream
Easy Homemade Coconut Milk
Herbal Coffee Substitute



Topics: Recipes, Tea & Herbal Drinks


Written by Mason on March 23, 2021

Mason Hutchison is the founder of HerbRally, a podcast and website that promotes herbalism education and events. He has completed herbalism apprenticeships at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies and the Arctos School of Herbal and Botanical Studies. Mason is the Events & Outreach Strategist for Mountain Rose Herbs. His day-to-day work involves organizing community events such as the Free Herbalism Project, as well as attending herbal conferences throughout the country. He is the co-organizer of one of the longest running herbal events in the US, the Breitenbush Herbal Conference. He is also on the board of directors for the Eugene Tea Festival. He has previously volunteered for the Occupy Medical herb team and the Native Plant Society of Oregon – Emerald Chapter. Mason is a proud father, avid basketball and ping pong player, spring water gatherer, and an enthusiast in the art of frugal nutrition.

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