17 Bright Ideas For Recipes Using Soymilk

17 Bright Ideas For Recipes Using Soymilk

Not only is soymilk a tasty alternative to regular milk, it’s also a great way to bring variety to your cooking. As a plant based milk, soy is naturally high in protein and contains all nine of the essential amino acids necessary for growth, development and repair. Drinking two glasses of Vitasoy Soy Milky each day for example, can provide up to a third of your recommended daily intake (RDI) of quality protein with the added bonus of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Here are 17 great recipes using soy milk the whole family can enjoy, thanks to Vitasoy.

Vegan Sausage Rolls – You might be surprised by the title of this recipe … but you CAN make vegan “sausage” rolls! Click HERE for recipe.

Purple Carrot Fritters – Did you know that purple is the original colour for carrots before the orange variety emerged in The Netherlands and became the new household favourite colour? They taste just like orange carrots when raw, however when cooked, they also taste a little bit like sweet potato. Click HERE for recipe.

Polenta and Sweet Corn Patties – These are a great way to add variety to your child’s diet (and yours too!). Polenta is ground cornmeal (or maize) and is a very tasty gluten free alternative to rice, pasta or noodles. It also has a nice sweet taste, which is complemented here with creamed corn. Click HERE for recipe.

Lasagne – A family favourite, with the added bonus of being gluten and lactose free. Click HERE for recipe.

Mashed Potato – Try this delicious, vegan-friendly take on a traditional dish. Click HERE for recipe.

Gluten Free Bacon Macaroni Cheese – Proof that gluten isn’t needed to make a great macaroni cheese! Click HERE for recipe.

Family-Style Moussaka – Enjoyed all over the Mediterranean, moussaka is a great dish for the whole family. Click HERE for recipe.

Peanut Butter and Banana Cookies – These have been made with little kiddy fingers and tummies in mind. They’re pretty easy for adults to wolf down too! Click HERE for recipe.

Chia and Coconut Pikelets – Pikelets are the perfect treat for chubby little toddler fingers. They’re easy to hold, easy to chew and don’t make too much mess, so they’re great portable snacks for the pram or car. If you find yourself making these on a regular basis, try swapping the coconut for the same amount of grated vegetable, such as carrot, zucchini or even beetroot for an extra nutritional boost! Click HERE for recipe.

Banana Bread Ice Cream – Don’t worry, you don’t have to make banana bread and ice cream! The name comes from using all the flavours in a banana bread batter and replicating the ‘cakey’ texture by adding chopped walnuts. Click HERE for recipe.

Apple Crispies – This is a great way for kids (and adults) to feel fuller for longer when snacking on fruit – the nut butter and cereal add fibre and yumminess too! Feel free to swap out the apple for banana or pear and the rice puffs for your favourite cereal. For something a little more indulgent, use chocolate spread. Click HERE for recipe.

Fresh Blueberry Pancakes – Enjoy these with extra blueberries and a little drizzle of maple syrup. Yum! Click HERE for recipe.

Toddler Raisin and Oat Biscuits – These are called toddler biscuits for a reason – don’t be tempted to sneak one with your cup of tea, as the chances are you won’t enjoy it.  Click HERE for recipe.

Vegan Vanilla Cupcakes – Not only are these cupcakes decadent and easy to make, they’re  also completely fail-proof. They work every time! Click HERE for recipe.

Choc Berry Smoothie – Quick, easy and nutritious – kids will love making this tasty smoothie, with only a little help needed from Mum or Dad. Click HERE for recipe.

Vegan Mango and Cinnamon Popsicles – These are delicious, creamy and so amazingly tasty for the hot summery months. Make them for your friends, family and children for a guaranteed thumbs-up. Click HERE for recipe.

Vegan Banana Breakfast Muffins – These breakfast muffins are amazingly delicious. Freeze these for breakfast, snacks or as a lunchbox treat! Click HERE for recipe.

  • For more information on Soymilk, visit the Vitasoy website: www.soy.com.au
  • TAGS: Vitasoy, Recipes with Soymilk, Recipes with Vitasoy, Gluten Free recipes, vegan recipes, toddler friendly recipes, great recipes for kids, family recipes with soy milk.

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