9 New Dairy-Free Products to Stock Up On ASAP
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Whether you’re lactose intolerant or just trying to cut back on animal products, there are more dairy-free cheeses, ice creams and coffee creamers lining the aisles of your local grocery store than ever before. What you may not know is that the boundaries of dairy-free products are continunally being pushed — brands are finding new ways to make some of favorite foods minus the dairy (hello, heavy whipping cream!). From frozen snacks to convenient coffees, these are the newest dairy-free foods you should snap up next.
Silk was one of the first brands to release dairy-free yogurt, and now the company is once again changing the game by launching the first-ever dairy-free heavy whipping cream. This cooking alternative boasts 0 grams of sugar and is perfect for making homemade whipped cream, flavoring coffee or adding a creamy texture to soups and sauces.
Have your favorite comfort food and eat it too! Amy’s new Vegan Chili Mac & Cheeze meal is made with plant-based cheese, and its texture is rich and oh-so-creamy. The cheese melts just like the real thing, while the tomato and bean chili adds a jolt of spice. Plus, each of these frozen delights is packed with 10 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber.
Meet Sweet Nothings: Your new favorite grab-and-go snack. This plant-based frozen treat is a spoon-able smoothie (there’s a spoon hidden underneath the lid!) made with organic fruits, nuts and seeds. Each cup only contains seven or fewer ingredients, and Sweet Nothings are available in five flavors: Chocolate, Strawberry, Peanut Butter, Coffee and Blueberry Beet.
Harmless Harvest has expanded its popular coconut-based beverage line to include dairy-free yogurt drinks made from coconut water, Thai coconut meat and live probiotic cultures. These yogurt alternatives come in strawberry, mango and original unsweetened. Each bottle contains zero added sugars.
Because we all need a caffeine boost in the morning. Not only is High Brew’s newest Bourbon Vanilla Nut Milk Latte comprised of coconut cream and cashew milk, but this dairy-less beverage contains twice as much caffeine as a regular cup of coffee. We love that we can take this can of creamy cold brew on the go!
Also making history is Endangered Species Chocolate’s newest chocolatey offering. The brand has launched the first chocolate bar crafted in the U.S. that replaces regular milk with oat milk. Despite being made with a non-dairy milk, this dark chocolate treat still tastes rich and smooth. The chocolate is also available in Dark Chocolate + Sea Salt & Almonds and Dark Chocolate + Rice Crisp.
Never worry about whether your local coffee joint has non-dairy milk again. Silk has recently released new ready-to-drink, plant-based lattes made from a blend of almond milk and oat milk. Both flavors — Mocha and Espresso — feature cold brew coffee and rich espresso, and the Mocha latte combines three different cocoas for an extra indulgent twist.
Dairy-free ice cream is having a moment, but who said you can only enjoy it in pint-form? Daiya, the producer of fan-favorite dairy-free cheese shreds, has also created a line of non-dairy ice cream bars made from coconut cream. Indulge in four mouth-watering varieties: Chocolate Fudge Crunch, Classic Vanilla Bean, Salted Caramel Swirl and Espresso Coffee.
Mikey's Buffalo-Style Chicken Pockets
Mikey’s has blessed us with yet another dairy-free, pizza-inspired snack. These new buffalo chicken pockets stuff chicken, spicy hot sauce and plant-based mozzarella cheese inside a crispy, grain-free crust. Think of it as a portable buffalo chicken pizza.