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9 Vegetable Milk Recipes

9 Vegetable Milk Recipes | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
If you haven't noticed, we love plant-based milk recipes, and we already have quite a few on the blog; that's why we want to share this compilation of 9 plant-based milk recipes with you.

These drinks are much healthier than milk, and no animal has to suffer for us to enjoy them. 

You can prepare them from many different ingredients such as nuts, cereals or fruit, they are all delicious, although depending on your taste you will prefer one or the other. 

Depending on what you want to use them for, it may also be better to choose one or the other, although in general, they all work well for almost everything

I like the taste and texture of nut milk better, but I usually drink oat milk for the day-to-day because it is lighter and has fewer calories. However, if you don't like oatmeal or can't drink it, rice milk is also a great option.

I encourage you to stop milk and switch to vegetable drinks; I promise that you will feel much better, and your body will thank you. 

Also Read: Easy Low-Fat Vegan Pate

Unlike what the food industry tries to sell us, milk is not necessary at all; we can obtain calcium from other much healthier sources; in fact, the countries with the highest consumption of dairy products are those with the highest rate of osteoporosis and countries. 

Like Japan, where dairy consumption has been negligible until recently, rates are extremely low, curious, correct? In addition, plant-based milk is very easy to make, you don't need special utensils, and most are very inexpensive. 

There is a big difference in taste between packaged and homemade milk; it is worth preparing them at home because they are much more prosperous.

1.- How To Make Almond Milk - Step By Step

One of my favourite milk and almonds is very rich in calcium, so they are ideal for replacing cow's milk. However, it is very creamy and has a similar appearance, so it may seem more attractive if you start with vegetable drinks.

Almond Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
2.- Simple Homemade Rice Milk

It is low-calorie milk as it is not made from nuts and is ideal for coeliacs because rice is a gluten-free cereal. I recommend that you use brown rice because it is healthier, has more nutrients, and lowers its glycemic index.

Rice Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
3.- How To Make Oat Milk Recipe

I use the milk every day to make oatmeal (also known as oatmeal or porridge) because I like its flavour and it is very light. 

If you are celiac and you do not eat oats (there are many countries where oats are a permitted cereal for celiacs), I recommend that you try rice milk.

Oat Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
We have a new recipe for oat milk that is even simpler and creamier; I leave you a photo below and the link here for you to take a look.

How to Make Oat Milk.- Making oat milk at home is very easy, it is much cheaper, and we know what we are taking. Only two ingredients are needed!
4.- How To Make Soy Milk - Step By Step

This milk is the most popular of all and is the one that we can find more easily in supermarkets and restaurants or cafeterias. However, it has many detractors because soy is a controversial food. 

Many studies show that it can have a positive effect on health, and others say that it is not healthy. 

Most of the soy that is grown is transgenic and very harmful to the environment. 

Still, that soy is what is given to animals, not what we vegans usually consume, so if you want To help the planet, the solution is not to avoid soy but to go vegan.

Soy Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
5.- How To Make Cashew Milk - Step By Step

My favourite milk without a doubt, although I have to admit that cashews lose me. However, it is so rich that it is the only milk to which I do not usually add sweetener; I only use water and cashews to prepare it.

Cashew Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
6.- Homemade Quinoa Milk {Vegan + Gluten Free}

It is a very nutritious milk, ideal for celiacs and for people who prefer drinks with less fat; the problem is that quinoa is expensive, at least here in Spain, so we prefer oat milk rice at home.

Quinoa milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
7.- How To Make Coconut Milk - Step By Step

It is one of my favourites for cooking, especially Asian recipes. It is vibrant but has a very characteristic coconut flavour, which not everyone likes, although if you like it, I encourage you to prepare it at home.

Coconut Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
8.- Healthy & Very Easy To Prepare Banana Milk

It is the healthiest recipe of all, and it is suitable for people who follow a raw vegan diet. I always drink this milk raw, never heat it or use it for cooking. I like its flavour because banana is one of my favourite fruits and I love dates.

Banana Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe
9.- Very Easy To Make Hazelnut And Cocoa Milk

It is ideal for children and is a much healthier option than traditional chocolate drinks and shakes. 

You can also prepare hazelnut milk with this recipe if you don't add cocoa (or carob powder), or if you don't like hazelnuts, you can add cocoa to another of the vegetable drink recipes

With the remains of this milk, we prepare these chocolate and hazelnut truffles, although it also serves for other vegetable milk remains.

Hazelnut and Cocoa Milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves #vegan #withoutgluten #recipe

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