Sunday, July 23, 2023

9 Diary-free Egg-Free food alternatives you have to try!

Introducing your family to a dairy-free, egg-free diet can be challenging, but it does not have to be. Our family replaced some foods in our diet due to our son's food allergies. The great thing about food alternatives now versus a few years ago is the wide range of delicious and nutritious products available. Your family can still enjoy a variety of foods without compromising on taste!

Here are my top dairy-free, egg-free foods. From creamy dairy-free ice cream to plant-based milk and yogurt alternatives, these products are fan favorites in my home.

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  • Almond Breeze: I have been drinking almond milk for years, so it was not much of a challenge for us to eliminate cow's milk from our diet. I prefer the vanilla flavor, and we give our son the unsweetened version to reduce sugar consumption.
  • Planet Oat Oat milk: I am not a fan of this milk alternative, but my son and husband are.

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  • Forager Project: This brand offers cashew milk smoothies, cereal, and dairy-free sour cream! They even make yogurt pouches for the kids, a plus for self-feeding babies and toddlers!

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  • Stonyfield Organic dairy-free smoothie pouches: My son loved this the first time I purchased it but not so much the second time. The coconut cream was more prominent the second time we purchased it which could explain it. I still really enjoyed it!

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  • Country Crock plant butter with olive oil: Literally the best butter I have ever had, and that is no exaggeration. It has the same texture and consistency as regular butter. We shared it with our friends and it is now a staple in their home!
  • Country crock plant butter with avocado oil: See the first bullet point because the same applies to this product.

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  • Brewers frozen oat-milk dessert vanilla flavor: This is hands down the best dairy-free ice cream I have ever tried. It is super creamy and delicious. I have yet to try Ben and Jerry’s dairy-free ice creams.

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  • Just egg: I like to use this when baking treats for my son. I also scramble it with rice and steak for a hibachi-style meal. It looks just like a scrambled egg, and there is no weird smell. It does not taste like egg, but it is the best egg alternative I have eaten so far.

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  • Partake cookies lemon flavor: My son loved these cookies, and I love that they are nut-free, egg-free, and dairy free. I also love that it is black-owned and woman-owned. We get ours from Target.

Adding to this list, I highly recommend finding a vegan recipe book. It will help with suggesting replacements as well. You would be surprised how tasty some vegan meals are!

Have you tried any of the products listed above? If so, what was your experience? Do you have any recommendations on vegan alternative foods? Sound off in the comments below.

Warm Regards 💕,


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