Regular, skimmed, or non-fat milk? Before these were the only choices for milk.
But now, there are many choices as a replacement to milk, whether your customers be lactose intolerant or just looking for an alternative, these are some of the milk substitutes which you can use.
Soya milk. Probably the milk substitute that is nearly packed in protein levels like that of normal milk and hearty is the soya milk. It has 40 calories and has 3g of protein per 100 milliliters. It is non-dairy making it a magnificent substitute for those who are lactose intolerant. There are many flavors available in the market; however the regular variety is sweet and nutty flavor. It substitutes cow’s milk in most recipes, and is often used for baking needs, pancakes, and smoothies.
Almond Milk. The almond milk, the semi-skimmed version has 24 calories per 100 milliliters. It has a small amount of vitamin E but is a great source of Vitamin E, which has a great impact on your skin. It is easy to make as you will need to soak almonds for 8 hours, and then blend with water.
Coconut milk. If you are looking for a sweet and tangy stand-in for milk, then coconut milk is the best for you. Although the protein level is low, about 0.2 grams per 100 milliliter, the calories is low at 27 calories per 100 milliliter of full, non-skimmed milk. Coconuts have anti-viral properties and fatty acids.
Rice milk. This milk substitute is packed with calcium, vitamins D2 and B12. It has low protein levels (about 0.1 grams per 100 milliliters) and contains 47 calories per 100 ml. It is considerably sweeter than cow’s milk and has a light flavor to it, however some say that rice milk has the nearest taste to cow’s milk. It is terrific for desserts and baked goods, and its delicate texture is perfect for light cream soups and sauces. This non-dairy milk is the most allergy-friendly of all.
Hemp milk. Some say that the hemp milk is the most neutral of taste of all milk substitutes. It also has a low protein level at 0.1 gram per 100 milliliters, but it is fortified with high levels of omega 3 fatty acids.
Listed above are some of the popular milk substitutes. You can use these to add more oomph and flavor to your bubble milk tea concoctions.