Food Health

Got Plant Milk? 16 types of plant milk to improve health and flavor


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3—Cashew milk

Okay, full disclosure, I’m not a huge fan of cashews, so I was skeptical of cashew milk. But, upon trying it, I was blown away!

Of all the plant-based nut milk, though cashew milk admittedly isn’t your friend when seeking a beautiful foamy topping for a latte, it is still an absolutely delicious addition to coffee!

From a small splash in a fresh cup of hot coffee to making the perfect coffee smoothie, and even a creamy addition to cold brew, cashew milk is so smooth, has a surprisingly neutral (not too nutty) flavor, and is extraordinarily thick and rich.

When making iced lattes, the espresso nearly sits on top of the cashew milk due to its luxuriously thick texture…with a simple stir to combine the two, you’ll be sipping pure velvet!

4- Macadamia milk

I’ve only recently become acquainted with macadamia milk, and with one single sip, I knew I had to add it to my coffee!

It’s not too overpowering in flavor, and personally, I prefer the unsweetened vanilla variety, but it works when it comes to coffee.

It’s not super thick—but thick enough. I’d liken the consistency of the macca milk to that of almond milk.

Generally speaking, macadamia milk doesn’t froth too well, but you can purchase varieties made specifically for frothing (the Milkadamia brand offers a barista blend that boasts good frothing quality for making lattes).


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