100 Calories or Less
Choosing Silk is an easy way to steer clear of cholesterol, dairy and lactose—and that's just the beginning of all there is to love about plant-based foods.
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Whip up a smarter smoothie
We're loco for cocoa—not calories
Simmer up a cup of Silk Light Chocolate soymilk instead of traditional whole milk cocoa, and you’ll get the same cozy chocolate happiness for less than half the calories.3
Make it an oatmeal morning
Silk Unsweetened Vanilla almondmilk in your oatmeal instead of 1% dairy milk saves a whopping 70 calories per serving4 and adds a delectable hint of vanilla flavor. Talk about a good morning!
Berries and cream, made better
Try a sweet splash of Silk Vanilla coconutmilk over fresh berries. You’ll add just a tenth of the calories you’d get with cream and sugar.5
Wake up on the tasty side
Introduce your morning cereal to Silk Light Original soymilk. At 60 oh-so-versatile calories, it’s a 20-calorie-per-serving savings versus skim milk.6
1 Vanilla almondmilk smoothie, 2 g. fat; 2% dairy milk smoothie, 3 g. fat. NutritionData.com, accessed 9/2012
2 Silk mashed potatoes, 1 g. fat; traditional mashed potatoes made with whole milk, 3 g. fat. NutritionData.com, accessed 9/2012
3 Silk Light Chocolate soymilk, 120 cal / svg; Traditional cocoa made with whole milk, 261 cal / svg. NutritionData.com, accessed 9/2012
4 1 cup of Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almondmilk contributes 30 calories / svg; One cup of lowfat 1% milk contributes 100 calories / svg. Dairy data from USDA National Nutrient Database, Release 26.
5 2 tablespoons Silk Vanilla coconutmilk, 12 calories; 2 tablespoons heavy cream plus 2 teaspoons sugar, 130 calories. NutritionData.com, accessed 9/2012
6 Skim milk has 80 calories per serving. National Nutrient Database, Release 25. Data consistent for typical skim milk.
7 Skim milk has 80 cal / svg. USDA National Nutrient Database, Release 25.