Silk mint chocolate soy milk is one of the seasonable flavors for your holiday menu sweetened with Stevia, a natural sweetener made from a plant. I heard about the mint chocolate Silk Soy milk and have been keeping my eye out for it in the stores.
I was more than a little excited to see the Silk mint chocolate soy milk in Whole Foods Market. One sip and I knew I found my holiday heaven! It tastes like Christmas. The soy milk is silky smooth and tastes of rich chocolate, a perfect drink for your holiday menu. Just as your tongue registers the silky sweet chocolate flavor, you are hit with a rush of mint that brings back a flood of happy holiday memories.
But unlike so many comfort foods or holiday traditional beverages, this product contains no guilt! It makes a nice mug of lactose-free hot chocolate, and whether hot or cold, it pairs perfectly with the Blue Diamond mint dark chocolate almonds that I reviewed.
Here are a few things to know about the Silk Mint Chocolate Soy milk from my review:
No. 1: Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia calories: One cup contains 90 calories.
No. 2: Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia nutritional facts: One serving has a 1.5 grams of fat, no cholesterol, 2 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, 14 grams of sugar, 300 mg of potassium and many vitamins. In fact, it has 10 percent Vitamin A, 30 percent calcium, 10 percent iron, 50 percent vitamin B12, 8 percent magnesium and more of the recommended daily allowances.
No. 3: Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia ingredients: soymilk, cane juice, coca, guar gum, stevia leaf sweetener and vitamins.
No. 4: Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia allergens: This Silk soy product does contain soy and may contain almond and coconut.
No. 5: Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia is made in the United States by WhiteWave Foods in Broomfield, Colorado.
Silk Soy is not to be used as a baby formula. It’s surprising how many new moms don’t realize Silk soy in the refrigerated section of the grocery store is for adults and older children, not infants. For those who are on a lactose-free diet or if you are serving guests with allergies for the holidays, the Silk soy is great for the holiday menu. It also great for people who avoid MSG, casein, eggs and dairy.
As the packaging says, it may taste naughty but it’s nothing but nice!
I highly recommend mixing things up and drinking Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia cold as well as hot. If you want, serve as a lactose-free hot chocolate with a few colored marshmallows on top.
One last point to mention, the Silk Soy milk contains non genetically modified soybeans grown in North America. That’s important to a lot of people.
I know it’s asking too much, but the Silk Mint Chocolate Soy with stevia did not contain the cane juice, I think the calorie count would improve. After all, a cup of fat free milk also contains 90 calories, but none of the chocolate mint flavor!
As far as taste, Silk mint chocolate soy with stevia gets 4.8 out of 5. For nutrition, it gets a 4.3
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