Towards the end of last year we discovered that Chloe has a dairy allergy. Since then we have discovered that dairy products are in a rather astonishing amount of food. Some days choosing what she can and can’t eat gets pretty frustrating. I found cows milk had been injected into a turkey joint I bought last month – weird but not unusual it seems.
We have been sampling some dairy free products at home and these are a few that we have tried and liked so far:
The Coconut Collaborative make dreamy yoghurt from coconut milk and it’s so indulgent that it’s hard to believe there is no dairy in it. Free from dairy, soya and gluten I would be surprised to find someone who didn’t enjoy these yoghurts. Yes they were for Chloe but I had to try it first 😉
Goodness Gracious Food Pouches are dairy and gluten free and available in the following flavours: Carrot, Broccoli, Pea and Quinoa Puree as well as Chicken, Sweet Potato, Spinach Puree with Mint and Lemon Juice. We have now tried them all and they went down well with Chloe and I had a little taste too and they are pretty nice!
Amy’s Kitchen have a large range of dairy free options including: Lentil Soup, Lentil Vegetable Soup, Split Pea Soup, Hearty French Country Vegetable, Hearty Spanish Rice and Red Bean and Hearty Rustic Italian Vegetables. We have really enjoyed these soups as a family and they are ideal for grabbing healthy food on the go.
*These products were gifted for the purpose of this review.