Since protein powder and protein drinks became a thing, we’ve been asked over and over which are dairy-free for milk allergy families.
To be honest, we don’t use many. But when we do and like it, we gotta share!
Here’s one of our latest finds with the ingredient list below.
We’ve been Ripple fans for several years.
I love the protein content in their pea based milks for my growing boys.
When they came out with individual size milks,
those were perfect for the soccer field and school lunch.
Woohoo, protein on the go!
I’ll even take Ripple milk and make our own protein shakes at home.
Here’s our favorite protein smoothie recipe, even for the kids.
And here’s my favorite coffee protein shake recipe.
Though Ripple pea protein milk is already a great protein source,
we now have the option for extra Ripple protein boost…
in their new protein powder!
I get this at Target, Harvest Market, and our local health food store.
Love supporting local.
Hubby is most excited about the new protein powder.
While the kids love individual milk cartons and chocolate peanut butter smoothies,
and I love coffee protein shakes…
hubs really likes making a protein-packed shake.
Twenty grams of protein per scoop!
See below for nutrition information.
You may be like me and prefer just the milks for the kids,
but if you would like your own dairy-free protein powder to keep milk out of the house,
Ripple protein powder is really good. Not too grainy like many are.
Here are the ingredients, but always double check for yourself. They can change.
We also love this is nut-free for our son’s milk allergy, too.
Let us know if you’re also a fan!
Visit the Ripple website here.