We all know the almond milk, soy milk, and more more lately oat milk have saturated the non-dairy milk market. If you're up for some experimentation, consider trying these super tasty and unique milks to supplement your coffee or even for baking and cooking endeavors. They are a great substitute for milk!
1. Quinoa Milk
Did you know Quinoa milk exists? It is gluten-free, low in fiber, and has a low glycemic index. It helps regulates cholesterol levels, prevent constipation and contains essential fatty acids (omega 3 and omega 6), potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc and vitamins B and E. Here is a great recipe you can try and make it with the quinoa you have laying around at home!
2. Cashew Milk
Cashew milk not only is a great source of healthy fats and protein, but also has many other health benefits! It has been shown to help with heart and eye health, boosts your immunity, and may improve iron-deficiency anemia. Here is a fantastic recipe you can try and make it with some raw cashews from your home!
3. Hemp Milk
Believe it or not, hemp milk actually has more calcium than dairy milk! For that reason, it is a great substitute for milk. It is also great for your heart as well as your brain and contains anti-inflammatory properties. These days it is important to keep your immunity strong, so hemp milk will help boost your immune system as well! Try out this amazing recipe so you can make this delicious hemp milk from home!
4. Flax Milk
Flax seed milk is gluten-free, nut-free, and soy free! It contains healthy fatty acids that are shown to prevent heart disease, stroke, cancer, and diabetes. They also contain vitamin A, B12 and D. It is also great for digestion, creamy, and low in calories. Here is a really cool recipe you can try from home to make your own flax milk!
5. Hazelnut Milk
Love nutella? Hazelnut milk might be for you! It is a great source of healthy fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. It contains vitamin E, which is amazing for healthy skin and hair. It is also loaded in antioxidants and helps reduce inflammation as well. Hazelnut milk also contains thiamine and manganese which has benefits of speeding up your metabolism. Try out this incredible recipe to make your own hazelnut milk stash from home!
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