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Want to Consume Less Dairy? Here’s What to Eat for Breakfast, According to a Nutritionist

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If you’re looking to mix up your diet (and lower your dairy intake), there’s no easier place to start than with breakfast. From lattes to smoothie bowls, almondmilk is an easy dairy-free and lactose-free alternative if you are trying to go plant-based or have issues digesting dairy products.

Unsweetened Original Almondmilk

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“It’s super easy to use almondmilk in place of cow’s milk,” says Stefani Sassos, Good Housekeeping Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. “It’s a 1:1 swap in practically any recipe,” she adds “and has a great, smooth, creamy consistency.”

Unsweetened almondmilk is significantly lower in calories and sugar than cow’s milk. Plus, it’s fortified with vitamins like calcium, “an important mineral for bone health so you don’t have to worry about getting your intake through dairy if it’s not your thing,” says Sassos, who’s been using Almond Breeze Almondmilk for as long as she can remember.

Watch the video to see Sassos share her three breakfast favorites and then read on for the full recipes.

Iced Matcha Latte

iced matcha latte

    To a 12-ounce jar, add matcha powder and Almondmilk. Cover and shake to combine. Fill a glass with ice and pour matcha latte on over the top.

    Mixed-Berry Overnight Oats

    mixed berry overnight oats

      To a 16-ounce jar, add oats, chia seeds, maple syrup, and Almondmilk. Cover and shake to combine; refrigerate overnight. When ready to eat, top with berries, if desired.

      Berry-Almondmilk Smoothie Bowl

      berry almondmilk smoothie bowl

        In a blender, puree, banana and mixed berries with Almondmilk. Pour into bowls and top with fruit and shaved coconut.

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