Unsweetened coconut milk is a common keto alternative to almond milk. It is similar in calories and macronutrients but has a slightly different taste. While the taste is very milk, it doesn’t have a slightly nutty flavor.
1 cup of unsweetened coconut milk contains 45 calories, 5g of fat, 1g of protein, and 1g of net carbs. 
Cashew milk is a less common milk alternative in comparison to almond milk and coconut milk but it is often considered more keto-friendly than the other two due to its higher fat content.
1 cup of unsweetened cashew milk contains 90 calories, 6g of fat, 2g of total carbohydrates, 1g of fiber, 1 gram of net carbs, and 8 grams of protein. 
Hemp milk is another less common plant-based keto milk alternative that is actually higher in fat than almond and coconut milk.
1 cup of hemp milk contains 50 calories, 5g of fat, 1g of total carbs, 1g of fiber, and 2 grams of protein. 
Heavy cream can be used for more than just making whipped cream! It can actually act as an alternative to traditional milk in recipes, coffee drinks, and more.
The benefits of heavy cream come from the higher fat content. Heavy cream is thicker than the aforementioned nut milks, therefore it can alter the texture of recipes in a slightly different manner.
That being said, heavy cream should be consumed in smaller quantities as compared to the previously mentioned plant-based milks. All of those milks have a high water content, meaning they are less dense, but also less calorically dense.
1 fluid oz of heavy cream (remember, 8 oz are in a cup) contains 101 calories, 11g of fat, 1g of net carbs, and 1g of protein. 
Gret article! I’ve always loved my almond milk even before my keto days
Hi, Chad. Glad you enjoyed the article! Almond milk is a great alternative to traditional milk, even if you aren’t keto!