Non-Dairy? No problem! Do you still want to get into the coffee culture? There are many non-dairy options to add to coffee drinks.
First, there is oat milk. Today, oat milk is one of the most popular non-dairy milks to add to coffee drinks. It is basically made from oats, water, and at times canola oil, which results in a rich resemblance of dairy milk. Oat milk is also high in fiber and low in fat.
Next, coconut milk needs to be addressed. It is newer to the non-dairy scene, but it is quickly jumping to the top in popularity. It is known for its thick, creamy texture and is high in fat. A tip for those trying coconut milk, the cartoned milk tastes thicker and stronger than the canned milk. The bonus of the coconut milk is that the coconut flavor is much more subtle and doesn’t bring too many tropical flavors into what it adds to the coffee.
Another great addition to the non-dairy family is soy milk. Soy milk has been on the scene for a long time and a lot of coffee houses use it. The affordability and the accessibility of this options keeps it a great option for many coffee shops and coffee drinkers. One of the benefits of soy milk is that it is easier to create a foam with it that is very similar to dairy milk.
Lastly, one of the most popular nut milks, the almond milk. Almond milk comes in many flavors and can come in both sweet and unsweet. The downside of almond milk is it historically hasn’t performed as well in coffee as other non-dairy milks. The almond milk also has a more bitter taste. So, if you prefer a little less sweet in your coffee, almond milk is for you.
Other non-dairy milks include cashew milk, rice milk, and more! For more information, read here.
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