Dairy Substitutes

One of the first challenges of becoming dairy free was learning how to cut out milk. The next was to find ways of replacing it in our diet, both nutritionally and in terms of taste. 

Initially, all I was told was to try Oatley as a milk substitute. Here are some posts relating the things that I've learned since, that might be helpful to you if you find yourself in the same position as we were. Hopefully, it might make the task just a a little bit easier for you!

Milk




There are alternatives - milk substitutes



Finding the perfect formula for the dairy free baby



Which Milk? When? Where?



Which Dairy Free Milk is Best?



Have you tried Hemp?



Happy with Hazelnut?



Anyone for Almond Milk?



Tesco Sweetened Almond Milk



NEW Plenish Almond Milk



Koko strawberry drink



Life's a Dairy Free Almond Breeze (Sadly no longer on sale in Tesco)




Margarine



There are dairy free alternatives, but they're certainly not butter!



Tesco NEW Avocado Dairy Free Margarine



Cheese


Cheese, please! What are the dairy free alternatives?


More 'Cheese Please!' More dairy free alternatives to cheese



New cheese on the block - meet MozzaRisella!



An Alternative to Cheese and Alternative Stores



Violife Dairy Free Mozzarella Cheese



Make Your Own - Dairy Free Cheese!



Yoghurt


Koko Dairy Free Soya Free Yogurt




Wot no dairy! Wot no soya!



Xotic - another dairy and soya free yoghurt!




Heaven in a mouthful?



Co Yo Morello Cherry Yoghurt



Why we're all stirred up about... The Coconut Collaborative 'Dairy Free' Yoghurt




Cream


The Creme de la Dairy Free Creme



Ice Cream


Ice - a - cream - oh!



Choices! Tesco's NEW Free From Ice Creams



Alpro Ice Cream - dairy and soya free



Tesco Free From Cornetto-Style Cones



Swedish Glace Strawberry Choc Ices



Swedish Glace Almond Ice Cream (soya free)



Co-yo Ice Cream



Mint Choc Chip Almond Dream



Salted Caramel Almond Dream



Ice, Ice Baby


So where do you go when you need dairy free, nut free alternatives? (post driven by Alpro's changes)


Nutrition


Are you getting enough... Calcium? 



Can I interest you in a glass of broccoli?



Getting enough? Vitamin D for you and me.



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