Me + Silk Almond = Milky Bliss

Did you know that you + me = calculus? In the short lived boy band’s (2Gether‘s) terms, it made sense. In my adolescent hearts for eyes over my favorite one of the group, QT, it made more than sense, it was fate. (2gether was added to my barrage of boy band crushes and fantasy marriages back in the day.)

While the heart eyes have now melted back into their normal brown selves, I have moved on to bigger, better, and creamier things.

Almond milk. Specifically Silk Almond Milk.

There were quite a few brands that rivaled for my heart before the true suitor that is Silk Almond won me over.

Blue Diamond, sorry to say, your carrageenan was not appealing in the long run.

Pacific Natural Foods, there is nada natural about you.

Almond Dream, you’re taste isn’t so dreamy.

In all seriousness, I’ve tasted multiple brands and none of them have made me enjoy the taste as much or feel as secure with the ingredient listing as Silk Almond Milk has.

As a non-GMO advocate, it makes me all warm inside when I see that they have been accepted into a part of the NON-GMO project. Win, Win.

I am not kidding when I say almonds are probably coursing through my veins instead of blood. Between almond milk and almond butter, I’m surprised I haven’t gone nuts (in the best way possible) yet. 😉

Here are a few ways I use Silk Almond milk:

Creamy omelettes

Garlicky green smoothies

Sugar Cookie Banana Chia Cake

 There are also several other fabulous ways to utilize Silk Almond milk. Check out the awesome recipes for the newest addition to the silk family: Silk Almond 30-calorie unsweetened milk!

These recipes were all handcrafted by other bloggers who use Silk in their daily lives.

Here are a few I cannot wait to try:

Chocolate Almond Cake with whipped Vanilla Almond Icing

Courtesy of Bess Be Fit

 Slow Cooker Creamy Carrot Cake Barley 

Courtesy of Cara's Cravings

This is fresh off the tastebuds, but I just used the Silk Almond unsweetened vanilla milk in my eggs pictured above and the results were glorious! If you are vegetarian (like me) or even vegan, this is a great option if you want to maintain the creaminess in a dish.

Be sure to also engage on twitter using the hashtag #silkalmond to see what else is going on!

Disclaimer: FitFluential LLC compensated me for this Campaign. All opinions are my own.

Peace, love, and Silk Almond!


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10 Responses to Me + Silk Almond = Milky Bliss

  1. TriGirl says:

    This sounds like a great substitute for cream (which I can’t do), and soy (which is not great for me).

  2. All the almond milk and butter that I consume explain it. They’re why I’ve gone nuts! Haha!

  3. Haha 2ge+her! 🙂 I love silk almond milk! I’m so glad that it doesn’t have any of that carrageen junk. Why do companies do that to us??

  4. Stopping by from FFA. Now you are making me really hungry. Those cookies sound great. You have inspired me to try almond milk more often.

  5. Kierston says:

    That cake looks amazing!

    And, who doesn’t love sugar cookies 🙂

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