Beyond Almond Milk
Milk from a nut? It was not long ago that Almond milk was the new thing that people were not sure they wanted to try. According to recent reports, sales of almond milk have been skyrocketing by more than 250 percent over the past five years.
Today, you can think beyond almonds and extend into milk made from cashews, hazelnuts, pecans, macadamia nuts, pumpkin seed, hemp and pistachios. These milk alternatives are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. The taste is creamy, and there is a natural sweetness and silkiness with these milks.
They are perfect for use in smoothies, coffee, oatmeal, and muesli. Nondairy milks can be used in almost every recipe that calls for milk. Many coffeehouses at least carry almond milk, although often they charge extra when it is ordered.
A chocolate lover?
Often you can find the chocolate version of these nondairy milks in many stores!
DIY your own Almond milk. It’s actually not that hard to make.
Now when someone asks, Got Milk? You can say, Got NonDairy Milk!