Delicious non-dairy milks with essential nutrients
Updated: Apr 3, 2019
For years, soymilk was the go-to alternative to dairy milk. These days you can find a great diversity of milk made from sources ranging from nuts to rice to hemp.
There are numerous reasons that you might seek a milk alternative. Perhaps you are lactose intolerant or a vegan. You might be looking to add a unique flavor to a recipe or just looking for healthier, more nutritious options to your everyday coffee!
Bellow some great alternatives to dairy...
Almond milk has a velvety—not chalky—texture. Even unsweetened varieties make delicious treats.
Whip into puddings or bake into quick breads to add rich flavor.
Thick and nutty, hemp milk contains 700 mg of omega-3 fatty acids per 8 ounces.
Heat and stir into chai or espresso to boost aromatic undertones.
Sweet, creamy oat milk tastes like a fresh-baked oatmeal cookie—but with none of the cons, plus more fiber, folic acid, and phytochemicals.
Fill a tall glass with ice and enjoy this smooth dairy substitute solo.
Thinner and blander than other choices, rice milk is cholesterol-free.
Pour over a steaming bowl of oatmeal, or mix into the batter for dairy-free pancakes.
Slightly bean-flavored, this protein source is low in fat, carbs, and calories.
Soy milk won't foam up in your blender, making it the perfect base for smoothies.
Sweet and nutty with a very rich hazelnut flavor.
Great for cooking, baking: the rich taste will lend great flavor to whole grain and high fiber cereals, especially unsweetened ones. Also great with Coffee and smoothies.