Updated 2019! Soymilk was dwarfed by the popularity of almond milk many years ago, but it hasn’t gone extinct. As of last year, 13% of non-dairy milk sales were still for soy. Which is why Soy Dream is still on the market, and why I’m updating it in our rating and review section today. We already have Rice Dream, Almond Dream, Coconut Dream, and Oat Dream up for you to read about and rate, but somehow we missed Soy Dream!
One benefit of soymilk is that it’s naturally high in protein. In fact, it has almost as much protein as dairy milk. And Soy Dream is fortified to rival the micronutrients in milk. The only thing we could wish for is an unsweetened version, but for now, they still have these two varieties. Be sure to leave your review and rating below if you’ve tried them.
Ingredients: filtered water, organic whole soybeans, organic evaporated cane syrup, calcium carbonate, sea salt, carrageenan, vitamin e (d-alpha tocopheryl acetate), vitamin a palmitate, vitamin d2, vitamin b12. Contains: soy*
Nutrition (per 1 cup): 120 calories, 4g fat, 14g carbs, 2g fiber, 12g sugars, 7g protein. Fortified with RDA percentages: 10% vitamin A, 30% calcium (some of this is natural from the so...