You don’t have to compromise your protein when switching to plant milk! There are a lot of delicious alternatives these days. If you’re looking to switch but want to keep a similar protein profile to cow’s milk, check out these options:
@good_karma_foods makes a flax milk with added pea protein
my personal favorite right now. This is great for making things creamy, like in your morning coffee!
for example @ripplefoods makes a 100% dairy-free, vegan, nut-, lactose- and gluten-free pea-based milk. This one is higher in protein than our regular almond or coconut milk.
Yep, it exists! @hopeandsesameco makes it, I tried it, and it’s tasty!
Another higher protein option, plus it comes with some omega-3’s!
This one is lower in fat, but almost just as creamy as soy milk or coconut milk is.
So many brands are getting creative with their plant milks. I’ve seen chocolate and banana flavors, combinations of almond/cashew milk or almond/coconut milk, even soy milk fortified with DHA (omega 3’s). It makes the switch to plant-based eating THAT much easier. If you have a FAVORITE plant milk, let me know in the comments!
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