Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Dairy Free Foods

Some of G's favorite dairy-free foods that help us get by day-to-day.
  • Kashi Ripe Strawberry Soft-Baked Cereal Bars  
  • Sunbutter Natural Sunflower Seed Spread (Squeeze Packs are great for throwing in the diaper bag)
  • Raisins
  • Dino Buddies chicken nuggets. There are other brands that are also dairy-free, but these are the ones he will eat.

Here are some great resources for dairy-free food lists:

Alison St. Sure at Sure Food has put together this list of dairy- and gluten-free sausages. It is from 2009, so be sure to double check the labels if you plan to buy.

Go  "Go Dairy Free is updated daily with recipes, product reviews, cooking tips, and food news.  We cater to milk allergies, lactose intolerance, vegan cooking, gluten-free / casein-free diets, and general milk-free and non-dairy living with a wealth of information, useful tools, and our popular No Dairy Product Lists (available for soy-free, gluten-free, and egg-free consumers too!) for your grocery shopping needs. 

Milk Free "Almost all foods listed in the Milk-free pantry can be found at local grocery stores like Albertson's, Tom Thumb, Kroger, Safeway, King Soopers and the Whole Foods Market...Every item has been personally taste-tested. Any non-dairy item that tastes like water or cardboard has been denied approval by the Milk-free Pantry. Going without milk shouldn't mean going without great taste."

My Dairy Free This is a new site that is not fully up and running, so I am looking forward to seeing what they'll have. I was really excited to see a product photo of "Oat Dream" milk alternative, since G also seems to have problems with 100% soy milk. Right now we are combining Rice and soy milks for him to drink, but I'd like to try the new oat milk.

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