Sunday, April 16, 2017

Nutmilk Silk Milk

Protein Nutmilk

I'm a Crowdtap member and a sa member I get to try free name brand and generic items to try.This time I got to try a 1/2 gallon  Carton of Silk Protein Nutmilk for free.

Facts about Silk nutmilk:

1. One good thing about this Nutmilks are that it takes 80% less water to produce one carton of milk compared to getting  cows milk.That is environment friendly.

2. This nutmilk has 50% more calcium than dairy milk

3. There is no artificial flavors or colors added to it.

4. Has only .5 grams saturated  fats so it might be good for our heart.

5. Has 80 grams potassium

6. Has 0 Cholesterol

These are easily available at many stores.I got mine from a nearby Safeway

I had never tasted this before I got this campaign ,to try and give my honest opinion. Being a vegetarian I seek food and beverages that are loaded with Protein. This product definitely suits my needs  with 10 grams of protein/serving. Another good thing about this product is that besides being very delicious  it has just 2 grams of sugar so either we can have it as it is or customize it by adding sugar or sweetener according to our taste  and or recipe (if I'm adding it in my cooking).

Making a yummy breakfast that is filling and is nutritious is a big deal for me on everyday  basis because I work full time outside my house. So I made Overnight Oatmeal. I added 1/2 cup of Silk Protein Nutmilk with 2 grams sugar, 1/2 cup of rolled oats (not instant), 1 container of silk dairy free yogurt I got my favorite flavor(mango and peach). few cranberries and some chopped strawberries. I put all these thing in a Mason jar and put the lid on it threw in the fridge to keep it there for overnight to  soak up all the goodness. Next morning a delicious breakfast is ready to take it with me.

I  also made a Strawberry Smoothie with Silk Protein Nutmilk and Some fresh strawberries and Silk dairy free yogurt.

This is a really good stuff and I would recommend it to any one thais lactose intolerant or doesn't consume dairy to avoid the Cholesterol and saturated fats 

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