Almond milk is perhaps the best known and most used of all the plant milk types out there. Well, some will say that it shares the first place with the coconut milk (and soy milk, maybe?), but regardless, it is an extremely nutritious dairy-free alternative to milk which is very popular with vegans, conscious eaters, and people with milk allergies or lactose intolerance. That is precisely why we picked a few almond milk recipes and brought them to you.
So, bellow you’ll find a short selection of smoothies, hot drinks, and cookies that taste great also because we used the nutritious almond milk as an ingredient. Now, come all you foodies, conscious or not, and let’s all get alternative here, with these almond milk recipes. Note: vegans, skip no. 4
6 almond milk recipes for beverages and desserts to consciously indulge in
If you’re thinking creamy nutritious smoothie right now, you’re in the right place. Try this nutty Keto smoothie with almond milk and avocado. Just use unsweetened almond milk and add low-carb whey protein powder. Spike it a little bit with ginger and basil.
Did you ever try this combination for your smoothie? Avocado, banana, and almond milk sweetened with honey! Creaminess at its best! Crème de la crème!
This latte is so easy to make and you will find that it is also one of the healthiest drinks you can enjoy this fall (and not just in fall)! It is a mix of tea and almond milk, sweetened with maple syrup. To add our touch we’ve spiced it up really nicely, with some cardamom, paprika, five-spice, and cinnamon.
Keto and stylish? Yes, with this creamy chocolatey hot drink. Why not flavor your hot chocolate with black tea, say, Earl Grey? It gives it a delicate special flavor. And let’s not use milk for this one but almond milk instead. However, keep a milky touch with some whipping cream.
How do you drink your coffee? Or your hot chocolate, or your tea, for that matter? We ask you because these dairy-free muffins are perfect with each one of these. You don’t trust us? Ask the bananas, oat bran, and almond milk!
Why eat a whole Bundt cake when you could eat a few smaller ones? Let’s make these with mashed banana and coconut oil. And let’s get nutty, too, by adding almond milk into the base mixture and by topping the cakes with crumbled walnuts. And we didn’t even mention the chocolate glaze yet!