20 Dairy-Free Foods Worth Adding to Your Grocery Cart
Looking for dairy-free foods to up your snacking, baking and cooking game? We rounded up our favorite dairy-free products to help you cut out milk (but not flavor).
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Safe + Fair Bar Mixes
Just because you’re cutting out dairy doesn’t mean you have to skip out on buttery blondies or rich brownies. Safe + Fair makes dairy-free (and allergen-free) bar mixes that won’t have you missing anything. An editor favorite at Taste of Home: Birthday Cake Blondies ($5)—all the great taste of a blondie plus a whole lot of rainbow sprinkles. The taste rivals some of our favorite homemade allergy-free treats for kids.
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Hälsa Oatmilk Yogurt
When it comes to dairy-free foods, Hälsa Oatmilk Yogurt is in a league of its own. It’s the first completely dairy-free yogurt, and it’s made with Scandinavian whole grain oats, live cultures and prebiotics—not to mention organic fruits and berries. You don’t have to worry about all that artificial stuff. Just enjoy the sweet flavor of your new favorite snack without the guilt. Take a look at your local Fairway, ShopRite or FreshDirect, and you just might find some. And while you’re at it, throw these probiotic yogurt brands in your cart.
No Whey Foods Chocolate Bars
If you love chocolate as much as we do, this milkless Polar Dream chocolate bar ($10) is one of the best non-dairy foods you can get your hands on. It looks like white chocolate, tastes like white chocolate, and it’s totally allergy-free, so anyone can indulge. Like Hula, you can sometimes find these guys at Whole Foods. Melt down these bars as non-dairy substitutions in these light chocolate dessert recipes.
FreeYumm Granola Bars
These delicious (and healthy!) FreeYumm granola bars ($8) come in all sorts of delectable flavors. Get munching on non-dairy blueberry, chocolate chip, honey apple and raspberry, and start every day off feeling out-of-this-world amazing. Homemade granola bars are great, too. Try to make your own non-dairy version at home.
Hu Paleo Vegan Crackers
These crunchy crackers ($15) are everything you want in a non-dairy snack. Get yours in all kinds of crispy flavors, like everything, pizza and sea salt. While you’re at it, snag a variety pack, too. For more non-dairy foods to curb your munchies, check out these other vegan snacks available on Amazon.
Hippeas Chickpea Puffs
You’ve probably heard of Hippeas Chickpea Puffs ($20), and it’s because they’re an incredible snack to indulge in when you’re on the hunt for non-dairy foods. They’re highly praised and come in several different flavors, like white cheddar, sriracha and barbecue. Hippea Chickpea Puffs are available at Target, Whole Foods, Walmart and, of course, Amazon. Looking to stock your fridge? Try these dairy-free milk alternatives.
Enjoy Life Cookies
Cookies aren’t usually on the list of non-dairy foods, so Enjoy Life decided to change that. These soft-baked cookies ($20) are free of all the baddies you’ll find in regular cookies, and they come in all kinds of flavors, like double chocolate brownie, chocolate chip, snickerdoodle and gingerbread spice. Just don’t down too many before whipping up these dairy-free dinners.
My/Mo Cashew Cream Mochi
Mochi ice cream is the coolest ice cream treat we’ve seen in a long time. Learn all about mochi ice cream here. You can find it dairy-free from mochi brand My/Mo. This cashew cream version comes in four flavors (all are editor tested and approved): chocolate, vanilla, salted caramel and strawberry.
Bragg Nutritional Yeast
Looking for cheesy flavor without the milk? Skip the dairy-free cheese and opt for nutritional yeast instead. This ingredient has a natural nutty, cheesy flavor, making it great for sprinkling over pasta, popcorn and just about any savory dish you can think of. Grab a jar of Bragg Nutritional Yeast ($7) and get shaking.
Milkadamia Unsweetened Vanilla Coffee Creamer
When it comes to dairy-free milk alternatives, there are a lot of good options. It’s a bit more difficult to find a good, rich coffee creamer. Or it was until we tried Milkadamia’s unsweetened vanilla creamer. This creamer gives a great mild vanilla flavor and creamy consistency that melts right into your coffee. You can find Milkadamia at Whole Foods, too!
Tofutti Dairy-Free Sour Cream
Sour cream gives many of our favorite recipes (like this contest-winning cake) their trademark richness. You don’t need to sacrifice that great texture when you opt out of dairy, though. Tofutti’s dairy-free sour cream acts just like the traditional version.
The Coconut Collaborative Chocolate Ganache Paradise Pots
These single-serve desserts from The Coconut Collaborative give you rich dark chocolate flavor combined with coconut cream. Of course, chocolate is a perennial favorite, but they also come in lemon and salted caramel. Try our copycat dairy-free pudding recipe.
So Delicious Dairy Free Unsweetened Vanilla Coconut Milk Yogurt Alternative
So Delicious yogurt alternative is a great, slightly sweet (thanks to the coconut, not added sugar) breakfast or snack. It works great in smoothies or homemade smoothie bowls like this one, and it’s one of our go-to dairy-free foods.
Amy’s Vegan Margherita Pizza
Looking for a dairy-free frozen pizza for your next night in? Amy’s makes a great Margherita version with vegan cheese that melts like the real deal. Keep an eye on your freezer section at Whole Foods to snag this pie. And check out our great dairy-free recipes.
SMASHMALLOW Cinnamon Churro
Who needs plain marshmallows when you can have fun, snackable ones like SMASHMALLOW Cinnamon Churro marshmallows. Coated in cinnamon sugar, they taste just like your favorite churro.
RXBAR Protein Bars
Need a dairy-free snack to power you up when you’re on the go? RXBAR packs 12 grams of protein into a single bar. Get them in a variety of flavors. Our favorite is the peanut butter-berry combo ($20 for a 12-pack).RXBARs are also sold at Starbucks, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Target. You can get smaller, kid-friendly bars, too.