What sunflower milk and nut milks have in common is a sweet nuttiness, so if nut allergies keep you from enjoying the flavor of almond or cashew milks, sunflower milk might be an option. Sunflower milks are quite smooth and silken. Here are the brands of sunflower milk that we could find...
Let's get right to the products...
It turns out that sunflower milks are pretty difficult to locate. In our hunt for brands, we've come across several (sadly) discontinued ones like Sunsational Sunflower Milk.
But here's one we were able to find...
Available in shelf-stable quarts at Whole Foods, this vitamin and mineral-boosted milk is gluten and soy-free. Smooth and barely sweet with a subtle but distinctive sunflower seed taste, this milk is drinkable on its own or usable in baked goods recipes.
Ingredients: Sunflower Base (Filtered Water, Sunflower Kernels, Sunflower Lecithin, Citric Acid), Evaporated Cane Syrup, Tricalcium Phosphate, Tapioca Starch, Sea Salt, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, Natural Flavors, Carrageenan, Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate), Vitamin A Palmitate, Folic Acid, Vitamin D2.
We'll update you if we become aware of more sunflower milk brands in the U.S.
Other Sunflower Milk Options
If you don't have a Whole Foods near you, it may be hard to find Sunflower milk. That said, making your own isn't that difficult with regular ingredients from the grocery store.
This short video shows how easy it is.
All you need is some sunflower seeds, water, and a [amazon fields=”B00KLT6X9W” value=”link” title=”nut milk bag”]
More Vegan Milks
Sunflower milks aren't the only alternatives to soy and nut milks.
Check our list of vegan milk types to learn about them.
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