Looking for a way to integrate almond milk into your coffee routine, but unsure of where to start? No worries; Roasty is here to help.
We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite drinks that are made with the non-dairy milk alternative, and we’ve listed each of them below. Give them a try and decide for yourself which almond milk coffee drink will become your go-to.
Celebrate the Christmas season with a cup full of cinnamon and eggnog-flavored cheer. This festive coffee drink is the perfect fuel for a day packed with holiday activities and a real crowd-pleaser at any party or gathering.
Dying to whip up something yummy in that CrockPot of yours? Kill two birds with one stone: get your slow cook on and satisfy your caffeine cravings with this mocha coffee recipe! This combination of your favorite brewed joe, unsweetened cocoa powder, coconut sugar, vanilla extract, and, of course, almond milk makes enough of this stuff to satisfy a crowd; check out the recipe here when it’s time to get cooking.
Need a ketogenic diet-approved way to kick off your day? Then, look no further than this Bulletproof coffee recipe from Wholesome Yum. This combination of coffee, butter, MCT or coconut oil, and unsweetened almond milk has become a popular beverage among the keto community through the years, and once you try a mug of this stuff for yourself, you’ll totally understand the hype.
Non-dairy drinks have no doubt taken the coffee world by storm. Don’t get left behind; jump on the trend! Ditch the whole milk in your morning latte and add a bit of almond milk instead. The result is creamy, subtly sweet, and absolutely dairy-free — and not to mention delicious.
Ever wish you could bottle up the taste and smell of autumn and pour it in a cup? Unfortunately, you can’t do that, but you can make a maple cinnamon vanilla latte...it’s pretty much the same thing. Whether you need a warm drink to heat you up on a chilly morning or just want a special treat to carry you through the mid-afternoon slump, this beverage hits the spot.
Keep up with your keto diet with a cup of this fat-burning vanilla-flavored coffee. Making this creamy latte, which is low in carbs, by the way, only requires a blender, milk frother, black coffee, unsweetened almond milk, vanilla extract, butter, and MCT oil.
Keep things cool in the morning with a sweet and refreshing glass of honey almond milk cold brew. This stuff is a perfect pick when you need to get your caffeine kick on a sweltering day, and since it only calls for three ingredients, you can whip it up in a hurry on a busy morning.
Prepare for the Dalgona coffee trend to come back in full force, starting with this keto whipped cappuccino recipe. This drink has all the strong coffee flavor you crave and the fat-burning properties you expect of a ketogenic recipe — plus, it’s pretty fun to make!
There’s quite a long list of things you’ll have to temporarily give up if you want to follow the Whole30 diet. Fortunately, morning coffee isn’t one of them. This vanilla latte recipe from Tastes Lovely is dairy- and refined sugar-free, which makes it Whole30 approved. What are you waiting for? Give it a try!
Instant coffee enthusiasts, this one’s for you. The Dinner Bite’s almond milk coffee is made with just instant coffee granules, hot water, honey, and almond milk. When you need to get your java fix quickly, this recipe here is the one you need.
Need a dairy-free alternative to the cold brew coffee drinks everyone’s always going on about? Try this almond milk iced coffee recipe. The video even walks you through the process of making your own almond milk for the drink. Sure, doing so adds a few minutes to the prep time, but it also saves you a trip to the grocery store; we think that’s a pretty fair trade.
Starbucks Coffee’s chocolate almond milk shaken espresso is seriously addictive. If you enjoy it half as much as we do, you probably find yourself in line at the coffee shop to get one multiple times a week. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing...until you consider how quickly those Starbies trips can add up. Don’t give up the drink entirely, though; just follow the instructions outlined in this video and make it at home!
Looking for a new recipe to add to your home-brewing routine? Then, this cinnamon almond milk latte may be exactly what you’re looking for. It’s creamy, delicious, and dairy-free — a perfect morning pick-me-up! This video from Broke but Bougie tells you exactly how to make it; check it out the next time you want to sip something new!
What do you do when you don’t have time for a nutritious breakfast and coffee? Easy — you have the best of both worlds and sip a creamy coffee smoothie. Banana, rolled oats, flaxseed, cacao protein powder, cashew butter, vanilla almond milk, and chia seeds make it healthy and filling, and your favorite brewed coffee gives the drink a much-needed kick of caffeine.
My Ginger Garlic Kitchen’s combination of chocolate almond milk and fluffy whipped coffee is just the treat you need when you want something sweet and cool that can still give you a nice boost of energy. It’s easy to make and even easier to enjoy; all the steps for making it are outlined here.
It’s no secret that chocolate and coffee are a match made in heaven, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the iced mocha is such a beloved beverage. Making this drink even better is the fact that it uses almond milk instead of whole, so it’s a safe choice for dairy-free Roasty readers to consume.
There you have it! 16 fabulous coffee recipes all using almond milk.
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