10 vegan beverages quench your thirst

Kiwi smoothie

Smoothies are undeniably tasty and go down easy, so long as you don't think too much about how much sugar you're consuming.

Organic energy drink

The ingredients are naturally dairy-free. An abundance of vitamins and nutrients take the place where added sugars are found in typical smoothies

Sugar-free watermelon juice

It defies logic that a fruit as flavor-packed and sweet as watermelon is actually low in sugar. Toss fresh watermelon chunks, black salt, crushed pepper

Dairy-free Dalgona coffee

Benefits simplicity and versatility. All you need is milk,instant coffee, sugar, and hot water.This drink can be served hot or cold—if cold, add ice cubes to your ingredients.

Cucumber-flavored vegan

Cucumbers, a natural source for fiber and hydration, are paired with black salt, chaat masala, cilantro, cumin powder, curry leaves, lemon juice, and soy milk. 

Peach raspberry vegan smoothie

Raspberry strikes again—this time, alongside peach. The most time-consuming task involved in this healthy peach raspberry vegan smoothie will be pitting the fresh peaches

Dairy-free turmeric

Once again, Cookilicious founder Priya Lakshminarayan drew upon her Indian roots to create a stimulating spin on Haldi ka Doodh—also known as golden milk.

Chickoo banana milkshake

Chickoo teams up with frozen banana, milk—dairy or non-dairy—chocolate powder, and vanilla extract for a punch your taste buds aren't prepared for.

Cherry lemon iced tea

 This recipe utilizes only a half-cup of sugar to amplify the fresh cherries' naturally sweet flavors. Other ingredients include anise cloves, black tea bags, mint leaves.

Cold cucumber soup shots

To make the ingredients into a drinkable shot, add water and blend them all up. If you have any leftovers, repurpose your cucumber soup into a dip, dressing, or pasta sauce.

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