- Kashi Ripe Strawberry Soft-Baked Cereal Bars
- Sunbutter Natural Sunflower Seed Spread (Squeeze Packs are great for throwing in the diaper bag)
- 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 Living.com 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 Dairy-Free.org "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 Pantry.com "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 Dream.com 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.