swap your dairy free alternative with Koia!

did you know?

that your average dairy free alternative contains only 1-2 grams of protein per serving and usually a high amount of added sugar? 

Swapping your dairy free alternative with a Koia, that has a complete amino acid profile (using a blend of brown rice, pea and chickpea) with 18 grams of protein per serving, you are getting more nutrient bang for your buck. Protein plays a vital role in growing, repairing and replacing tissue. The extra protein boost will help the body, keep you feeling satiated longer and ready to tackle any task!

• Swap Koia for your coffee creamer

• Put your favorite Koia in your overnight oats or chia seed pudding

• Try Koia as the base of any smoothie

• Try the vanilla bean Koia in your favorite cereal

Give these recipes a test drive, they might become a weekly (or daily 🙂 staple)

iced matcha latte X koia vanilla bean

Matcha green tea contains antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, caffeine, amino acids and fiber. Poured over an ice cold Vanilla Bean Koia and you have yourself a power packed protein beverage. Enjoy anytime of the day for a quick pick me up!

Serving: 1
1/2 Vanilla Bean Koia
2 tsp Matcha Green Tea Powder
1/4 Cup almost boiling water
5-6 Ice Cubes

Directions: Thoroughly mix Matcha with water. Pour Vanilla Bean Koia over ice. Pour Matcha mixture over Koia. Stir and Enjoy.

pina colada smoothie X koia coconut almond

A healthy serving of everything your body desires in one smoothie. Rich in vitamin C and A, extra potassium for those sore muscles and protein packed to keep you powering through your day. A sprinkle of chia seeds for those Omega 3s, Enjoy!

Servings: 2
2 Frozen Bananas
1 1/2 Cup Frozen Pineapple
1/4 Cup Orange Juice
1 TBSP Chia Seeds
1/2 Large Carrot
1 Coconut Almond Koia

Directions: Place all ingredients in a high speed blender and blend until smooth.

– Kristen Soscia, registered dietitian

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