It’s because my daughter is not the best hostess that I tried Silk milk for the first time. 😉 I went to visit her and she only had the breakfast cereal she liked and the type of milk she liked – Silk milk.
So what was I supposed to do? Starve?
I had to try it, and it was pretty darn good! She had Silk Vanilla at the time, but I’ve since tried several other flavors and I usually buy Light Vanilla now. (Although Almond is really good too and has only 30 calories per serving.)
Silk milk has a taste for everyone, even me!
Here’s a typical day:
Breakfast – I can have my milk and drink it too! (That’s my lactose intolerance talking.)
Snacktime – I tend to get hit with a big afternoon slump in energy so if I whip up a smoothie using Silk, the 6 grams of protein helps me fight through it. Sometimes I just have the smoothie with lunch though.
Cooking and Baking – Depending on which flavor I have in the house at the time, I can substitute Silk in recipes calling for milk. Most recently, I made these spicy corn muffins. 🙂
Because I’m not that much of a straight-up milk drinker, I have to get the calcium more creatively!
Silk® soy, almond and coconut milks are perfect choices for your healthy lifestyle.
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With every cup of Silk, you get calcium, vitamin D and the goodness of soy, almonds or coconut. All of our non-dairy milks are free of lactose, cholesterol, gluten, eggs, casein, MSG and worries.
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Have you tried Silk milk? Which is your favorite flavor: regular, almond, vanilla, or coconut?
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