Growing up, we drank so much milk, we really should have had our own milking cow. I remember as a kid, having an enormous glass of milk with dinner, milk with cereal and often, a glass of milk when I got home from school. By the time I reached college, however, I stopped drinking so much milk because it seemed like every single time I had a tall glass of milk, I would have horrendous repercussions (from stomach aches to a gassy gut—oh, the joy!) Even the occasional dairy creamer in my coffee has caused me some discomfort.
Over the years, I have tried many dairy substitutes, including soy milk. After doing some research, I began to steer away from soy milk in favor of almond milk.
Enter Silk Almond Milk.
I have been purchasing almond milk since I first discovered it from a health conscious friend a few years ago and discovered I could have my “dairy” without suffering the ill effects of cow’s milk. I love to add a dash of chocolate or vanilla almond milk to my morning coffee, or use plain almond milk to cook and bake with. I have replaced the cow’s milk in my smoothies with almond milk. Scrambled eggs? Morning cereal? No problem. I like the
Recently, Silk Pure Almond Milk enlisted the help of 30 health and fitness bloggers to share their favorite Silk recipes on Facebook. The result is absolutely and deliciously wonderful! I love, love smoothies and am always looking for more recipes. There is a Chocolate Covered Cherry Smoothie, a Key Lime Pie Smoothie, or a Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Smoothie, a Long and Lean Smoothie to name a few. The Vegan Almondmilk Broccoli & Sage Risotto is on my list of things to try next. Deliciousness! Go ye to the Facebook page and see the yummy recipes for yourself!
Silk Almond Milk is only 30 calories per serving.
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You can check out all the recipes on the Silk Facebook Page and find the recipes here https://www.facebook.com/SilkUS/app_574751085884802.
Disclaimer: FitFluential LLC compensated me for this Campaign. All opinions are my own. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I honestly love Silk Almond Milk and it can always be found in our fridge.