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Ask the Readers: Dairy-Free Blogs?

I have a daughter with dairy allergies and am looking for blogs with dairy-free advice and recipes. Do you know of any? -Tiffany

We’re not dairy-free at our house, so I don’t follow dairy-free blogs. Anyone have one or have great recommendations for blogs, websites, or resources for someone who is dairy-free? Let us know in the comments.

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  • We have a dairy allergy. Here are some recipes that I’ve labeled dairy free:


  • Amanda, over at A Few Short Cuts, has many gluten free and dairy free recipes. Her kids have allergies, so many of her recipes are tailored towards those needs. =) Her recipes are delish, too!

  • A Few Short Cuts ( has many dairy and gluten free recipes. Some of her children have allergies, so she tailors quite a few of her meals and snacks towards those needs. Her recipes are delicious, too!

  • When my daughter was allergic to milk, I followed She posts recipes as well as gives links to other milk allergy websites. She only posts things that she has tried and knows are safe for her own kids with severe allergies.

    • Jamie says:

      @Leighanne Luckinbill,
      Thanks for the shout-out, Leighanne. Yes, I started a milk allergy blog a couple years ago as a way for our family to document our safe recipes and product finds. With a second son, our allergies are now milk, egg, peanut, and oats. Although, milk has proven our most severe with anaphylactic reactions. I pray for all the allergy families who have to be diligent everyday to keep their little ones safe.

  • Cassie says:

    Hi Tiffany,

    Wish we could help with the dairy thing! We did have those allergies, but the kids outgrew them about a year ago.

    However, we are a peanut and tree-nut free blogger (although this is not the purpose or main reason for our money-saving blog) as we have a daughter with a deadly nut allergy. All of our recipes are nut-free and we post coupons and deals for allergy related items as we find them. Many of them are also deals and coupons for other allergies (like dairy) as many of the products overlap with being nut-free, gluten-free and dairy-free. Hope you find one, and maybe a few things we post will help here and there! It is tough buying and shopping for allergies – which is why we love couponing!

  • Naomi says: has a lot of healthy vegan recipes. I still use their recipes even now that my daughter has outgrown her milk allergy. Good luck!

    • RACHEL says:

      @Naomi, I also suggest as well as the (vegan site).
      We don’t suffer from Dairy issues but are a vegan household and routionely surf the net for dairy, egg and meat free recipes.

      I do have to say though- that these sites aren’t specifically geared as a support type blog for dairy sufferers- just a resource type thing…
      hope this helps!

  • Julia says:

    Well, anything vegan will work. Due to their MSPI, I had to avoid dairy when my children were infants. It wasn’t easy, but we did it.

    Here’s a favorite site I discovered recently which has a lot of dairy free recipes:

  • I can feel your pain my daughter will be 2 in April and she has Anaflactic reaction anytime she gets ANY milk protien of any sorts!!! I have done toms of research and if I can help you in any way PLEASE get ahold of me….. A website that has helped me with some things is a few things I have found that are great for snacks that are completely dairy free 1.Oreos 2. Kashi fruit and grain bars (only ones I have found with out) 3. also there is one powder cake mix (I can’t remember the name I went and looked and we don’t have anymore) and there are 2 frostings (one is actually choclate). 4. graham crackers (you have to check but there are some out there) HTH and I would love to speak with you!

  • Trisha Roth says:

    My son has a severe dairy allergy. Go Dairy is a great site for recipes!

    Also Google “dairy free” + recipe and you should find a lot of resources. I’ve taken many recipes and substituted soymilk for regular milk (including buttermilk!) with great results.

    • Jaime says:

      @Trisha Roth, I like this one too. Also any vegan website is good. Always remember that just because it’s a vegan recipe doesn’t mean that YOU can’t add meat to it if you want. There is also a recipe book out there that I LOVE. It is written by Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin. Unfortunately the title is a bit offensive so I won’t print it here but the cookbook has some excellent recipes. My favorite is the Shepherd’s Pie – completely dairy free, low in calories, and yummy!

  • Holly says:

    I have 2 little ones with food allergies so we are always looking for new recipes to try that the whole family can eat.
    I love the site She has several other good sites on her sidebar too.

  • Becky says:

    There is a site called Pofak that stands for Parents of food allergic kids) and the site is . We do have kids with food allergies and this site was a life-saver for us. They have a recipe database and you can chat with other parents and search for topics that are relevant to you and your situation. Highly recommended!

  • divrchk says:

    No Whey, Mama
    One Frugal Foodie
    the Non-Dairy Queen
    Allergy Moms Blog

  • The book by Colleen Godreau called The Joy of Vegan Baking is an awesome non-dairy but delicious resource. She uses a lot of non-dairy milk, butters and EnerG egg replacer. Hang in there, it will be a tough 3-6 months figuring out both new budget and new menus. If you email me, I can send you some of the recipes (so you needn’t buy the book)

  • Hillary says:

    My mother-in-law has a milk allergy. I don’t have any great blogs to tell you about, but I do know that Bisquick does not have any dried milk in the mix. You can use water instead of milk when baking with it and it apparently tastes just as good!

    • Pam says:

      Bisquick is safe, and for an added flare try mixing it with a fruit juice (no need for syrup)… or soy/rice/almond milk. I prefer it with soy milk, but to each their own.

  • My BFF just gave me this link yesterday. I’m not dairy-free, but I am gluten-free… and it appears that this blogger does both (and egg and sugar).

    Her latest recipe is even for ice “cream” =)

  • Camille says:

    Not a major blog, but written by a pediatrician whose kids have about every allergy (including dairy) under the sun! She re-makes so many cool kid food that are safe for her kids (think, Cracker Jacks and Girl Scout cookies!).

  • Jenn says:

    OMG this is amazing information! My toddler son was diagnosed with milk, soy, and egg allergy (there are more but those are the most severe ones) so I was looking for this kind of information…thank you so much everyone!

  • Jenn says:

    i mean dairy not milk 🙂 but you know what I mean

  • Paula says:

    Google – food allergy mama – GREAT BLOG & she has a cookbook that is specifically for baking. I have tried tons of her recipes and they turn out great.

    We are dairy & egg free. It isn’t so bad… hopefully you have a Whole Foods or a natural market near you where you can buy vegan butters, sour cream & cream cheese. Also, try almond milk. It is yumm-o.

    • Jaime says:

      @Paula, There’s also a vegan/dairy-free butter made by Smart Balance that I’ve found in almost every grocery store I’ve ever gone to. If you have Safeway or one of their affiliates, they also have a nice selection of dairy free options.

  • Rachel says:

    The Vegan Lunch Box blog and cookbook have good recipes and resources, too, which are mostly intended for children.

  • Angela says:

    Tiffany –
    RICEMILK! And, RiceDream now comes in individual boxes @ most health food stores so if you daughter’s in school like my little Princess she can feel like all the other kids drinking their milk boxes.
    When we found out our then 2.5 year old was allergic to Cow’s milk we switched to Soymilk it worked for a year, but then she suddenly started vomiting again, tried Almond milk… not so tasty.
    Now, she & we have all actually become accustomed to Ricemilk in our foods & cereal, it comes in original, vanilla, & chocolate. I cook w/ the original & use vanilla in our smoothies. It will not set in pudding or cream sauces though… Darn it!
    Good luck w/ that & so glad you asked cuz I’m gonna have to check out a couple of those sites/blogs!

  • Karen says:

    Laura over at http://www.texashomesteader has a recipe book with gluten free, and I believe dairy free recipes in it. She also has had numerous posts on the subject.

    Good luck!

  • Lindsay says:

    More than just dairy free, but she has some good recipes:

  • Kristen says:

    I can’t say it’s always kid friendly food, but the Post Punk Kitchen is my absolute favorite vegan blog. Her banana nut waffles are sinfully good!

  • Jackie says:

    My son has several food allergies and dairy is one of them. I started a cooking blog last year. I don’t update it as much as my other two blogs, but everything on the site is free of dairy. I have several homemade dairy-free milk recipes. I hope this helps.

  • stephanie laubach says:

    My son has a dairy allergy as well. THanks for posting this MSM, I have been looking for info since he was diagnosed (9/09). Dairy is tricky. Its in everything, even things you don’t think it would be in. Have your doctor do further testing because Dairy is also broken down into 20 some different components (i.e. casein, whey), which may also be in foods & not listed as dairy. Some great things that we have found for my picky 6yo are: Sodelicious Coconut Milk Yogurt & ice cream ( releases coupons monthly), Tofrutti Cuties (tofu ice cream sandwiches), Kroger brand Semi-sweet chocolate chips (they are kosher & therefore dairy-free), Teddy Grahams, Oreos (not the cakesters), duncan hines cake mixes (make great cookies too).

    Many of the soy cheeses go bad quickly. My method is I grate the block up, then flash freeze it. I can use it as needed for Fajitas, pizza, etc. There are tons of dairy substitutes now a days (soy, hemp, nut milks, rice, etc). We have taste-testing times & try to make it a game. You are going to have to check things out at your grocery stores. WHole foods is great, but expensive. Kroger & affiliates carry a huge line of stuff. If there is something you need or looking for talk to the manager. They might be able to get it. Look into local health food stores in your area. You may have one & not know it. ALso, some of our fruit markets carry items & put things on sale quite often.

    Red Robin will work with you & give your child free meal on birthday. IF you go to their website, they have a dietary needs area. Email them & they will let you know which foods are free of your particular allergy. Very Cool!!! I have been checking out alot of Vegan books from the library. Those are very helpful, but you will have to see what your family likes. Check into those & many libraries have book exchange programs, so if your library doesn’t have it another one in the area might. Talk to your librarian, they are so helpful with this type of stuff.

    There are several products that we have found, but it has also encouraged us to eat better. Yeah!!! If I can be of further help, please email me:

  • Dani Wirtz says:

    My girlfriend Tricia’s son is allergic to milk protein as well as latex and bananas. Check out her blog at

  • laurel sauls says:

    My friend, Becky, maintains a (formerly) dairy free blog (her son was just re-tested and has outgrown his allergies). Her blog is

  • Jen says:

    Does “kosher” always mean dairy free? I thought very small almounts (especially trace amounts from items made on the same equipment) could be “blessed” away? I can’t think of a specific example, but always check ingredients to be safe.

    • @Jen, Kosher does not mean dairy-free. Jews who observe kosher laws do not eat dairy and meat together. If a food is labeled kosher with a “d” next to it then those are kosher foods that have dairy in them and cannot be eaten with meat.

    • stephanie laubach says:


      Jen~ Regarding the Kroger brand chocolate chips: The ones that I purchase are dairy free. In my store they label them Kosher & Parve. It is just another avenue to pursue when looking for recipes/products. However check the ingredients, because your Kroger might get theirs from a different manufacturer.

  • Ellen says:

    This is such a good post. I wish it had been available for my friend when her daughter had a severe milk allergy. (like having to carry an epi-pen with her at all times & not being allowed to even have something with dairy touch her skin, let alone ingest it). She had to keep a detailed list of products that were dairy & casein-free. When her daughter was first diagnosed, she spent hours at the grocery store reading the ingredients on stuff. Her daughter has thankfully outgrown this & is doing fine.

  • Ana says:

    My husband is tweaking recipes right now for we are starting a blog for this very reason. My 3 year old daughter has had a liver transplant and has a Severe reaction to dairy. We had a tough time finding food items without dairy OR “processed in a factory with milk”. The first time she licked a lollipop she had a voilent reaction because it had been processed in a plant that had processed other milk products….Our site is being called – it is currently underconstruction but give us 2 weeks and I think you will be excited to see many recipes and ideas you will like!

  • Jennifer says:

    I don’t have a website or blog to share with you, just a note of encouragement. My son had many allergies when he was little, dairy being one of them. It seemed like such a huge ordeal at first when we were trying to figure out what he could and couldn’t have, but once you get used to it, it’s not that difficult. I just want to caution you, however, that just because something is dairy free now, it might not be in a week, or a month, etc. We used to give my son frozen cool-whip instead of ice cream (there were generic store brands that didn’t have any dairy), but after a while, they started putting it in there, too. And, just because something may say that it’s non-dairy, doesn’t necessarily mean that it doesn’t have any dairy at all. It may still have trace amounts. I hope you find a blog/book/friend to help you on this “adventure.” God bless.

  • Kandice says:

    Another huge recommendation for KFA – It’s an amazing site with forums, recipe database, etc. Another blog I follow is We’ve been dealing with food allergies for about 8 years now.

  • Christina says: and often have dairy free variations to their recipes!

    My sister has a dairy allergy (as opposed to intolerance) as well, so this is helpful! Thank you!

  • Courtney says:

    Both of my kids are more lactose-intolerant than truely allergic to dairy. We did not want to go the soy route, so I cook with RiceDream rice milk, and it has been fine for us. My older child (5 yrs) drinks RiceDream milk and my younger child (3 yrs) drinks Meyenberg goat milk. If you have a younger child with a dairy allergy, a lot of the time they can tolerate goat milk when they cannot tolerate cow milk (check with your doctor to see if that’s the case with your child!). The goat milk comes in full-fat versions, which is important for the younger children. So that’s an alternative. We also buy goat yogurt for both of them (Meyenberg)…they make powedered milk & evaporated milk as well.

    The Galaxy Foods cheese has worked for us (we use the rice ones that do contain casein, so that would not work for a dairy allergy but is ok for lactose intolerance)…they also make soy & vegan cheese though.

  • Amanda says:

    What a great question. My son has had an anaphylactic allergy to milk since he was just a few months old. After 6 years of dairy-free eating, I can make a mean DF mac-n-cheese and my mushroom sauce is killer! I’ve found many more sites here than I knew of previously. Thanks!

  • Allisyn says:

    Ellen—- Thanks for posting that your friends daughter outgrew her allergy, my toddler is contact allergic also and will break out in hives all over his body if we touch him after touching any type of dairy. That is hopeful for me!

    I also freeze the vegan cheese blocks, I don’t grate them prior though b/c it will shave/grate really easily when frozen 🙂

    email companies for coupons, they often send them!

    Lance peanut butter crackers are dairy free and so are ritz peanut butter crackers ….not good though if you have a peanut allergy!

  • Real food blogger The Nourishing Gourmet features dairy-free recipes at her site

  • Mel says:

    We have a 2 1/2 year old daughter with milk allergy. Here’s a link to my blog Life with a Dairy-Free Toddler. I have lots of recipes, resources, product ideas and stories listed in my blog.

  • Mommy Daisy says:

    My blogger friend, Sarah, blogs about her life with a young girl who is allergic to dairy.
    She also writes at Go Dairy Free.

  • Kathryn says:

    You can also search for blogs with Paleo Diet recipes (they are dairy-free). Though I don’t follow Paleo, I have enjoyed many of their recipes.

    Here is one such blog I follow:

  • kendra says:
    Her recipes are not only dairy free, but they’re also gluten and corn free. Lots of tasty healthy stuff on here. I user her recipe for pumpkin muffins to make muffin bites for my toddler.

  • Kathy says:

    My baby girl (20 mos) cannot consume lactose. We buy the Lactaid or the store brand of Lactose free milk because she will not drink soy or rice milk. She spits it out all over the place. I get so upset with the companies that produce the lactose free milk. The price is anywhere from $3.39 to $3.99 a half gallon and my daugter drinks 3 of these a week! Does anyone know were we can get coupons for Lactose free MILK?

    • Sarah says:

      @Kathy, Real Goodness website has $1 coupons- can print 2. Plus, they have them on all the time- can usually print 2 of those. Hope that helps. And hopefully Real Goodness is sold in your area.

      • Kathy says:

        @Sarah, Thank you Sarah. I will check to see if real goodness is sold in my area. I have looked at Smartsource and it’s usually coupons for Lactose intolerance but I haven’t seen the milk coupons in months. I was really happy when Lactaid had some out several months ago. My daugher is 20 months old so I don’t know if she would be able to take a supliment yet. I would have to check with the doctor on that but thank you very much for responding. I will look into the Real Goodness!

    • Lana says:

      @Kathy, I use Digestive Advantage for Lactose Intolerance. They make a children’s chewable and she would only have to take this once a day and then be able to eat any dairy without problems. (You cannot over do it or you will have symptoms but I mean like large amounts of dairy at every meal.) It is cheapest at Wal Mart-$7.62 for a months supply. It is near the other lactose intolerance products and Tums, etc. This really works-I find it works best if taken on a empty stomach first thing in the morning-and it has been a real help to me as I can just take my pill every day and forget about it.

      • Kathy says:

        @Lana, Lana, thank you so much for your reply. I will have to look into the supliments. I don’t know if she is old enough to take a supliment as she is only 20 months old. I will ask her doctor. She drinks lots of milk (lactose free) and once in a while eats some soy yogurt or lactose free cheese but that’s about it. She gets terrible gas pains if she eats “regular” dairy

        • Lana says:

          @Kathy, She may have to be 2 to use it but you will be there soon. This also will make it so much easier for those times when you are not there such as birthday parties, etc. Some of my 5 children were lactose intolerant but all of them outgrew it by the time they were 10. I hope this is the case for your daughter too. I became intolerant as an adult so it will probably stay that way.

  • Alisa says:

    I think they will find my website –
    and my recipe blog –
    useful. Both are dairy-free.

    I have a new dairy-free blog launching later this month too. It will be announced on Go Dairy Free.

  • Jenny Herman says:

    HI–We have a recipe exchange site for food sensitivities. The title says “gluten free,” but most of our recipes are also dairy free, soy free, and many others. If it is not officially “dairy free” it is usually easily changed w/rice milk, etc. My son is dairy free as well. Enjoy! You can have the recipes emailed to you when we add them if you subscribe–free!

  • Jenny Herman says:

    If this is a double post, I’m sorry. Go to our and you will find many dairy free recipes or ones that are easily adapted. It technically says g-free, but our son is also dairy free. If you subscribe they will come right to your email when we add a new recipe!

  • Diane says:

    In addition to what has already been posted, I would also recommend two yahoo group lists: Food Allergy Kitchen and Fasters (Food Allergy Survivors Together). Recipes, support, etc…

  • Mrs. H. says: has many dairy-free recipes. Anna has a son allergic to dairy.

  • Tiffany says:

    WOW! Thank you MSM for posting my question to you! Thank you to all who have commented! I sit here in tears of joy and feel so blessed by all of the responses and encouragement! There are no other words but “Thank you ALL!” You have made my day!

    • Tiffany says:

      Hey Tiffany! Its Tiffany here 🙂 We share the same name & actually the same problem. I am VERY allergic to dairy. VERY! It actually triggered Rhuematiod Arthritis for me. My body flares up terribly when I eat ANY dairy.
      I thought you might enjoy our website: My mom & I are celebrity makeup artists & hair stylists. We are devoted to natural non-toxic products. We’ve also learned that food is key. Healthy eating & figuring out ways to avoid certain foods, and make substitutes.
      Anyway what Im getting at… we just posted a bundle of recipes on our blog how to make your own almond milk for cheap & recipes that work well with almond milk.

      Check out our sites if you have a chance.. you wont be dissapointed! And if you have ANY questions feel free to ask!

      The recipes are currently on the main page of our blog (which also has organic deals an such) but scroll down a few posts and you will come across the recipes.

      also our main website:

  • Lana says:

    One caution about going dairy free is to avoid large amounts of soy for females. It can cause thyroid problems. Mine quit working when I was using alot of soy because of my dairy allergy. After stopping soy it was about 8 years before my thyroid began to function some on it’s own and stablize on a thyroid supplement dose. It was very frustrating and so unnessesary if I had known about this problem. It is common knowledge in Europe but not in the USA.

  • Shannon says:

    Here are a few sites that might help (sorry if someone has already posted any of these–there are tons of comments here and I am pressed for time):
    (Lists grocery store products that are vegan)
    (Lots of neat ideas for lunches)
    (Recipes. The ones that are dairy-free will be marked “vegan”)

    Hope this helps!

  • Kelly G says:

    Hi Tiffany,

    Food Allergy Mama is a great blog for allergy-free cooking/baking… including the dairy allergy.

  • Katrina says:

    My 16 mo son had a dairy allergy, and has just been retested and has seemed to outgrown it. I know the frustration (as I have 2 older children with no allergies) to find kid-friendly dairy-free foods that they all like and will eat. I so wish I had all this information when I was in the middle of all of this. There were many days I felt overwhelmed. Since I didn’t know if this was to be a life-long allergy or not, I started feeding my family as if we were going to continue this lifestyle. Anyway, one thing that was difficult, was eating out as a family. You can ask most restaurants to give you a menu that includes dairy-free items. As for fast food, I found that McDonald’s had dairy in their french fries and the nuggets, but not in the chicken selects. At Burger King, the nuggets also had dairy, but the chicken fries and the french fries were OK. There are so many tips and advice in the above replies that I am sure you will get plenty of support and help. Blessings!

  • Angela Passey says:

    This is just a great site of healthy and yummy recipes by my friend and her sisters and mom who are all vegan and have little ones so they are proven recipes on little hungry mouths as well.

  • Melissa says:
    This website has lots of dairy free recipes using coconut milk often as a substitute. Also lots of gluten free recipes!

    Hope this helps

  • Melanie says:

    We also just recently found out our daughter has a milk protein allergy, which was a major reason she had quit growing at all from 16 months to 22 months. I’m trying to find helpful information on this as well. I was thrilled to see this posting and all the helpful comments. Thanks to Tiffany for posting the question, and to all for the helpful advice. One thing is for sure, I’ll need to learn how to be allergy friendly- on a budget! 🙂

  • Jamie says:

    Our recipes are gluten free and mostly dairy free.

  • Amanda says:


    I have a vegetarian website that offers a number of dairy-free recipes because we have a number of friends who are allergic to dairy. There’s a homemade Ranch Dressing recipe, coconut cookies, and chocolate cake with a raspberry glaze.

  • Theresa says:

    I follow

    Super nice lady!!

    For our daughter, we use Turtle Mountain Coconut Milk products. They are super yummy and we feel a better alternative to soy.

  • Theresa says:

    Kraft Cucumber Ranch Dressing is dairy free. Most Duncan Hines cake and brownie mixes are safe. Some Duncan Hines and Pillsbury frostings are safe as well. Oreos are dairy free too!!

  • We are dairy free, and gluten free, and 33 other foods free!

    I have some recipies on my blog along with daily ramblings of my life as a mother to two special needs kids.
    check out my blog at

  • Jean says:

    I haven’t seen it mentioned yet, so I thought I’d throw in. great site for feeding vegan kids. Not really a recipe site but lots of ideas on feeding vegan (which translates to dairy free) kids. I love it.

  • Eryn says:

    I love Karina’s website. It has lots of yummy recipes for people with allergies.
    And I love reading what she writes to introduce her recipes. They are really entertaining!
    Good Luck!! It takes a while, but soon it won’t feel so overwhelming.

  • has a lot of great recipes.

    Both of my babies were Milk Soy Protein Intolerant which meant absolutely no dairy or soy products for me for almost a year! MSPIMama’s blog was a huge encouragement to me during that time – it actually gave me hope that I could still eat good-tasting, semi-normal foods!

  • hannah says:

    Here is a young lady’s blog where she posts recipes she has created for her dairy/egg-free family:

  • Allergen Free Please has ideas and recipes that are mainly milk, egg and nut free since this is what my son is allergic to (and just so happen to be free of fish and shellfish) but many of the other recipes are free of wheat and soy. I have learned that most recipes can be adapted to fit your need and these recipes have that potential. If the recipe calls for flour, you can substitute all purpose Gluten Free Flour, etc. You will also find some of our favorite “safe” products and places to eat out that are allergy friendly.

  • Katherine says:

    I have two sites that have lots of info on dairy allergies. My first born had multiple food interolances, and the doctor’s could not tell me ANYTHING about eating dairy free! So I made a website for other parents – but it is all the same – children and parents alike. Then I made a blog as well on food allergies, with lots of dairy info:

  • Brandon says:

    Ah! This is great! Thank you for dispelling many
    misconceptions I had read about this recently.

  • Jenny says:

    I have a friend whose infant daughter has lots of allergies. she posts yummy recipes gluten and dairy free (etc. I’m sure) on her blog:

  • Libby says:

    What a great thread! It looks like all my favorite dairy free blogs are already listed. Mine is egg/nut/dairy/red meat free:

  • I just recently started blogging. My son has a milk protein allergy and a possible egg allergy so we do a lot of dairy and egg free cooking in our house. I love doing anything the easy way if I can, so my recipes are usually pretty easy but still delicious =] I don’t have a lot of content on there but will be posting regularly and would love to help someone out with ideas if I can =]

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