Our family got to try a free half gallon of Silk Almondmilk Protein+Fiber from Kroger because I am a BzzAgent. We first tried it out with the baby because he has been battling constipation issues and we thought it might have been related to dairy products. Almondmilk has 5 grams of fiber per serving, so we really hoped it would help his belly. Although he really seemed to like how it tasted, it didn’t seem to have any effect on his digestive system.
Next, I thought I’d try it out on our 5 year old son. He’s a really picky child so I added chocolate powder to his Almondmilk. Check out this video for his reaction:
I think that if I wanted to make this a daily part of his routine, he would easily get use to it. Although his reaction seems bad, I know him well enough to know that this is something he could adjust to.
Next I asked my husband if he’d be brave enough to do an on-the-spot review. He graciously did this for me and here is his reaction:
I’ll be honest, at first, I was just too afraid to try it. The texture seemed thick to me. I normally drink 1% milk, so it was a big change. I tried a drink when no one else was looking. To my surprise it really wasn’t bad! It was a little thicker than I’m used to, but it had a slightly sweet taste that made it okay for me. If I had issues with dairy products, this drink would be my next preference. The price is comparable to other non-dairy types of milk and you can almost always find a good sale or a coupon; or even better, both!
I didn’t think about it until all of the Almondmilk was gone, but I think it would’ve been a great addition to smoothies. I’ve also read other reviews where people used it for baking. What a great idea!
Here are some awesome benefits from Silk Almondmilk Protein+Fiber:
- Packs 5g of protein, 5g of fiber and 100 calories or less per serving
- Provides 50% more calcium than dairy milk*
- May help keep you feeling full (increasing protein and fiber in your diet can help promote satiety!)
- Enjoy Silk® Protein+Fiber Almondmilk anywhere you’d use your favorite milk — over cereal, in smoothies or straight up in a glass
*45% DV calcium versus 30% DV in dairy milk. USDA National Nutrient Database for Std. Ref, Release 26. Data consistent with typical 2% dairy milk.
If you have tried Almondmilk, let me know what you think about it! Do you just drink it as
you would dairy milk? Or do you use it for smoothies, milkshakes, and baking?
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