Flannery Enneking-Norton

A newer addition to the plant-based milk aisle, cashew milk is thick and creamy.

Cashew milk

Another newer player on the plant-based milk stage, cashew milk is even thicker and creamier than pea milk–though with fewer nutritional benefits. It has one of the milder flavors of any of the milks listed here, so it is perfect for a plain glass, or to dunk cookies in. Chocolate cashew milk is the closest replacement for chocolate whole milk, and just as delicious.

“Cashew milk grossed me out, but I also hate cashews. But everyone I know who loves cashews likes it,” senior Stephanie Frisch said. Frisch is lactose-intolerant and has tried a multitude of nondairy alternatives.

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