Flavor specs

How to use

Almond  

Almond milk has a velvety—not chalky—texture. Even unsweetened varieties make delicious treats.

Whip into puddings or bake into quick breads to add rich flavor.

Hemp

Thick and nutty, hemp milk contains 700 mg of omega-3 fatty acids per 8 ounces.

Heat and stir into chai or espresso to boost aromatic undertones.

Oat

Sweet, creamy oat milk tastes like a fresh-baked oatmeal cookie—but with none of the cons, plus more fiber, folic acid, and phytochemicals.

Fill a tall glass with ice and enjoy this smooth dairy substitute solo.

Rice

Thinner and blander than other choices, rice milk is cholesterol-free.

Pour over a steaming bowl of oatmeal, or mix into batter for dairy-free pancakes.

Soy

Slightly bean-flavored, this protein source is low in fat, carbs, and calories.

Soy milk won't foam up in your blender, making it the perfect base for smoothies