New Ripple Milk Kids: Top Allergen-Free Protein, Calcium & More in 3 On-The-Go Flavors

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A true dairy milk rival has landed. Ripple Milk Kids Packs are high-protein, calcium-rich pea milk singles that are free of top allergens, including dairy, gluten, nuts, and soy. The individual plant-based cartons are shelf-stable for lunch boxes and daily activities, and now come in three flavors.

Ripple Milk Kids - Shelf-Stable, High-Protein, Dairy-Free Pea Milk Singles in Original, Vanilla, and Chocolate

In recent years, countless consumers have chosen pea milk as an allergy-friendly option that’s high in protein. And now they have one more reason to pick it up: convenience. Ripple Milk Kids is a four-pack of single-serve pea milk cartons that can be stowed in bags for anytime fuel. They’re perfect for active little hands, but I bet adults will love them, too! We’ve already packed them along for some outdoor pursuits.

Ripple Milk Kids - Shelf-Stable, High-Protein, Dairy-Free Pea Milk Singles in Original, Vanilla, and Chocolate

The Facts on Ripple Milk Kids Packs

  • Now available in 3 flavors: New Original, Vanilla, and Chocolate
  • 8 grams of plant-based protein (8 times more than almond milk)
  • 45% of the RDA for calcium (50% more than dairy milk)
  • A good source of vitamin D and iron
  • 30% to 50% less sugar than dairy milk varieties
  • Vegan and allergy-friendly (dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and soy-free)
  • Shelf stable, 8-ounce single serves for easy packing and drinking
  • Sized perfectly for small hands
  • A more sustainable option for water conservation

Ripple Milk Kids - Eco-Friendly, Plant-Based, Shelf-Stable, High-Protein, Dairy-Free Pea Milk Singles in Original, Vanilla, and Chocolate

Ripple Milk Kids Packs are available at Target stores throughout the U.S., and their other products are in major grocers nationwide. See the Ripple Store Locator to find any of their pea milk products near you. This post is sponsored by Ripple Foods, but the facts are facts, and any opinions are my own!

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

37 Comments

  1. A lot of kids that are allergic to peanuts are allergic to peas. They are both legumes. My son would break out with the worst rash whenever he ate peas. This was before we knew he was allergic to nuts. After his anaphylaxis reaction to nuts, they asked about the peas and told me they were related. Always read the label even if it says nut free.

    • Hi Michele, it is a cross-reaction for some with peanut allergies (although I know of many with peanut allergies that have no problem with peas), but not for tree nuts, to the best of my knowledge. Thank you for sharing!

  2. I’ve never tried these, but they look like something my little one would enjoy. I always avoid flavored milks because of the amount of sugar, but this seems like a much healthier option!

    • That’s a tough one to answer Karen. Just like almond, soy, and dairy milk don’t taste just like one another, pea milk doesn’t taste like one of them. It’s got a thicker consistency, like 2% milk, and has its own underlying notes. Both soy and peas are legumes, so flavor-wise, those two are probably the most similar, but they’re still notably different from one another.

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  4. I NEED to find these! We love Ripple and we usually buy the girls the single bottles for traveling, after soccer, and when we won’t be headed home after and can blend up a smoothie. I will be on the hunt for these for sure!

    • You can find all of Ripple’s products at Target (including these singles), and several of their products at other major grocers. They have great distribution, which I love!

  5. I love all of these new vegan milks that are coming out! I don’t have kids, but I’d buy these for trips!

    • I think they’re pretty darn good for adults, too. We’re enjoying them. So helpful for travel. I find that breakfasts are the hardest when traveling and with these, we can have cereal!

  6. I secretly love pea-based products. It’s a great vegan protein. I will have my little tasters give Ripple a go. Thank you for the heads up.

  7. This is such a great find! My husband is obsessed with the chocolate Ripple. He often picks up a bottle as a treat when we go to Target. It’s nice they have these packs for lunch. I know he’d love to keep some in the office fridge.

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