Flannery Enneking-Norton

While the name might be slightly off-putting, pea milk is one of the most nutrient-dense nondairy alternatives out there with low sugar and high protein.

Pea milk

Don’t knock it until you try it: pea milk is a more recent addition to the non-dairy milk market, but it provides the same amount of protein as cow’s milk. It is thick and creamy, so it is good to drink on its own, or to make a rich hot chocolate or coffee.  

“It’s a nice alternative to the heaviness of regular milk, and a good filler for smoothies. The protein content is another perk,” senior Nikolaus Elsaesser said. Elsaesser drinks dairy milk, but is open to plant-based options.

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