This post is sponsored by Vitasoy
When Vitasoy asked me to review their organic bean soymilk range I jumped at the chance. Why Vitasoy? Well, it is made in Australia from Australian grown non-GM soy beans, sourced from a selection of five Australian farmers. These whole soy beans have no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives added. Vitasoy Original also has the goodness of soy protein, and is low GI. Soymilk is a nutritionally superior plant milk as soy has high quality protein containing all the essential amino acids. There’s not much more you can ask for in a milk alternative product; and when it comes to cooking it can be used in all the same ways as cow’s milk whether it’s, coffee, smoothies or breakfast. .Soymilk has a particular taste, as do most alternative products, but like anything new, you soon get used to it. Here I am making a smoothie, testing out my Vitasoy soymilk.
SUPERMUM SOY SMOOTHIE
1 x Banana
1/2 Cup Blue Berries
1 x Handful Spinach leaves
1 x Cup Vitasoy soy-milk
Pop it all in the blender, wiz and drink
Vitasoy also want one lucky reader to try their soy-milk and have given me a Vitasoy hamper to give away valued at $150. To win it, let me know what your favourite drinks or meals using soymilk are in the comments below. Competition open from 15 the April -29th April 2014, full terms and conditions here.
COMMENT TO WIN ALL THIS
3 x 1 litre Vitasoy milk cartons
4 x Vitasoy recipe cards
1 x ‘Healthy Every Day’ cookbook by Pete Evans
1 x T2 coffee mug
1 x KeepCup
1 x 250g Global Cafe Direct organic coffee
1 x $65 Coles gift card
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