Dairy-free milk products, along with all plant-based foods, have been growing tremendously in recent years, with product launches like Oatly’s oat milks, RISE Brewing Co.’s canned oat milk lattes, and Forager’s cashew yogurts. Now there is a new addition to the dairy-free milks available: Sesame milk! The company Hope & Sesame recently revealed that they are releasing a line of plant-based sesame milks. The company describes their vegan milks as “a delicious, nutritious beverage, perfect for enjoying on its own, or as an accompaniment for cereals, smoothies, protein drinks, whenever you need a splash of non-dairy refreshment.”

Hope & Sesame Original Sesame milk

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The sesame milks will be sold on Deliciousness, a new, food e-commerce site, where they are currently available for pre-order. The flavors currently available are Original, Original Unsweetened, Vanilla, Chocolate, and Chocolate Hazelnut. Each sesame milk contains 8 grams of protein and 120 calories per serving, and as much calcium as whole dairy milk, with less sugar, and more vitamin D. The milks are also certified organic, gluten-free, kosher, GMO-free, and vegan, of course!

Make Your Own Dairy-Free Milk

If you would like to make your own dairy-free milk until you can get your hands on Hope & Sesame’s new line, we have plenty of delicious recipes on our Food Monster App. Here are three of our best vegan milk recipes:

1. Unsweetened Coconut Milk

Homemade Coconut milk

Source: How to Make Homemade Unsweetened Coconut Milk

Coconut milk takes very little time. You need only two ingredients for Wendy Irene‘s recipe: unsweetened coconut and water, and just one more ingredients if you love the flavor of vanilla in your beverages as I do. By making your own, you can feel great about skipping all the additives found in processed brands. Plus anything you make at home contains love, and it doesn’t get any sweeter than that.


2. Cashew Milk

Homemade cashew milk

Source: How to Make the Ultimate Homemade Cashew Milk

Cashews are so naturally creamy that it makes them perfect for all sorts of vegan creams, milks, puddings, and any other creamy sauces. With Clémence Moulaert‘s Ultimate Homemade Cashew Milk, you could easily make a pudding or add it to your morning porridge or smoothie to make it creamier.


3. Maple Pecan Milk

Maple Pecan Milk [Vegan, Raw, Gluten-Free]

Source: Maple Pecan Milk

Sarah Pether‘s Maple Pecan Milk is made with just five ingredients plus a pinch of salt. This vegan milk may taste luxurious, but it is easy to make!


To understand the benefits of dairy-free milk, check out Why Non-Dairy Milk Beats Dairy Milk Every Time. For more delicious recipes, download the Food Monster App, where we have over 15,000 vegan and allergy-friendly recipes.

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