Types Of Vegan Milk You Should Try

Milk is one of the primary sources of protein and calcium in most Indian households. Most people use dairy milk (Milk extracted from animals) for their regular milk product requirements. However, from the last few years, there have been debates going around the world about the consumption of dairy milk. With more and more people preferring non-dairy products, plant milk is making its way to our daily meal. And, if you also want to bring a change and looking for some different types of vegan milk options, here are 15 types of plant milk, which could be a better alternative for dairy milk. 

Soy Milk

The nutritional values of soy milk are very much similar to that of cow’s milk. It is also a good source of protein, calcium, and has less saturated fat than cow’s milk. You can use soy milk for coffee, tea, smoothie, and other milk-based products. It is also available in different flavors. 

Rice Milk

Unlike other milk alternatives, rice milk has a very less amount of protein and calcium. With less consistency, rice milk can not be used for coffee but will go better with baking and sauces. However, rice milk also contains more amount of antioxidants such as manganese and selenium that protects us from infections and cancers. 

 Hemp Milk

Made from the seeds of the hemp plants, hemp milk has an abundance of calcium and protein. And not just protein and calcium, hemp milk is also a good source of magnesium, omega 3, zinc, and other minerals. Due to its thin texture and slightly nutty taste, it can be used for baking and cooking and not for drinking or coffee. 

Almond Milk

Almonds are known for having high calories and fat, but on the contrary, almond milk contains fewer calories. Not just that, it is also rich in vitamin E, calcium, and vitamin D. However, it is not a good source of protein. You can use almond milk for different products like the other dairy milk. 

Cashew Milk

For people with diabetes, Cashew milk is a great choice. It has fewer carbohydrates, which helps you to maintain the sugar level in your body. Cashew milk also helps you to boost the health of your heart. And with a nutty taste, it can be used for baking and cooking coffee or tea

Coconut Milk

With the presence of MCT fats, coconut milk is helpful for weight loss. Coconut milk comes in both thick and thin consistency. One of the unique qualities of coconut milk is its aroma. You can use this milk for baking and cooking different cuisines and curries. Like the other plant milk, coconut milk is also enriched with protein and minerals. 

Hazelnut Milk

Hazelnut milk contains more calories and less protein than the other non-vegan milk options. This milk is full of vitamin E and helps you boost protection from cellular damage. It has some nutty flavor, and this milk can be used for baking and cooking. 

Macadamia Milk

If you are looking for a non-vegan milk option that tastes like milk, then you should try macadamia milk. Macadamia milk is rich in vitamin B1, manganese, and magnesium. This milk will taste best in dessert and coffee. 

Oat Milk 

In comparison to other plant milk, Oat milk contains more proteins and calories. This milk is beneficial for your heart and bones. It has a sweet taste and thin consistency. However, this milk contains more amount of sugar. And that’s why this milk might not be the best option for diabetic patients. This milk can be used for different purposes.

Spelt Milk

Spelt milk contains the same amount of fat as present in cow’s milk. Unlike the other non-vegan milk, spelt milk contains gluten. It has a sweet taste and contains more amount of sugar. You can use this milk to prepare any dessert without even adding sugar to it. 

flax milk

Flex milk contains omega3 fatty acids which, are more helpful to prevent cancer. It also contains different minerals such as vitamins A, B12, and D. With a slightly nutty taste, you can use flax milk for baking and cooking. 

Pea Protein Milk

As the name already suggests, pea protein milk is made from peas. It contains the same amount of protein as in cow’s milk. With a floury taste and thick consistency, pea protein milk can be best used for baking. 

Sunflower Milk

Enriched with proteins and minerals, sunflower milk is a more affordable and better alternative to milk. It has some earthy taste and can be used for cooking. With the presence of minerals like manganese and selenium, sunflower milk helps in boosting metabolism. 

Peanut Milk

With a peanut-y after taste, peanut milk is also a good source of protein and healthy fat. This milk has a smooth texture and can be best for smoothies. If you have allergies to peanuts, then you should avoid this milk. 

Quinoa Milk

Quinoa milk is very similar to oat milk. This milk contains less amount of fat and also rich in taste. This milk is a great alternative for cow’s milk and can be used for drinking. 

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