Vegan milk makes some of the tastiest things in the world possible: cereal, lattes, and vegan ice cream—to name just a few—so it’s no wonder that the plant-based milk industry is booming. Not only are people becoming aware that cow’s milk is bad for you, they are also learning that the myth of happy cows strolling on a grassy knoll is a far cry from the real suffering that cows endure on dairy farms. Luckily, there are several types of vegan milks dominating store shelves at your local supermarket!
Check out all these delicious possibilities:
It’s smooth, creamy, and tasty, and it’s sure to satisfy your needs, whether you drink it on its own, add it to coffee, or have it with your cereal. Oatly, Elmhurst 1925, Califia Farms, and Trader Joe’s are just a few of the brands on the oat boat—hop aboard!
Say “peas out” to cow’s milk, and give peas a chance! Ripple Foods’ pea-based milk is full of flavor and free of soy, nuts, and gluten.
Tigernuts are actually small tubers, and they’re being used as the basis of a plant-based milk by Organic Gemini. Did you say the words “chocolate horchata”?
Soymilk started it all and tastes as good as it ever did.
We’re digging the Califia Farms brand, which also offers premade drinks such as cold brew and an almond-milk blend, specifically for baristas.
You have to try Elmhurst 1925’s luscious cashew milk, like right now.
Brands such as Califia, Trader Joe’s, Pacific, and Rebel Kitchen have started a coconut milk trend that looks like it’s here to stay.
Rice milk is a great option for those who avoid soy or nuts.
Living Harvest and Pacific both offer creamy and compassionate hemp-based milks.
Are hazelnuts the most underrated nut? They’re full of fiber, vitamin E, and folate (a B vitamin), so be sure to try Pacific’s hazelnut milk.
Now that you have all the tools to go dairy-free, order our free vegan starter kit to take the full plunge.