Hi there! Welcome to Dairy-Free/Dairy Alternative Month.
Are you ready to get rid of dairy from your life but do not know how or where to start? Take a deep breath. We have you covered, we have been in the dairy alternative game for a while now and have tasted most if not all that are out there and can honestly say all are not created equal, but there are quite a few that make the top of the list when searching for great dairy alternatives. Some brands just stand out above the others and if you want that cheese or creamy milk flavor we recommend these 10 dairy-free brands to help you transition over with ease. These brands don't just have plant-based cheeze, some offer butter, ice cream, yogurt, mayo, pudding, and milk too. The options are endless so there really is no need to ever have to ingest dairy unless you want to because these manufacturers do such a great job
Amazing butter, hard and soft cheese and pizza dough
Pizza, shredded cheese, sliced cheese, yogurt, string cheese, ice cream
Hard and soft cheese, cream cheese, shreds
Amazing gradable parmesan, shreds, slices
Ice cream, shreds
Salad dressing, shreds, slices, pancakes, eggs, sour cream, cream cheese
Milk, Ice cream, creamers
Milk, Ice cream
*Bonus Wayfare or Wayfare foods - This brand is not widely distributed but the flavors are delicious which is why it is worth mentioning. They have butter, cream cheese, dips, pudding and cheesy sauces which are all free of most if not all allergens.
Dairy-Free alternatives are plentiful these days, however, if you are in the United States, we highly recommend you give these brands a try to cater to your taste buds, health concerns and even the planet. Daiya cheese melted makes some of the best-grilled cheeze sandwiches you ever tasted; you won’t believe it is not cheese. Add some garlic and basil and your taste buds will be in heaven. You will be truly shocked by how good and close to the real thing it is. This June, choose to explore all that the dairy-free/dairy alternative has to offer. Most brands are offering discounts on their sites or having sales in supermarkets where their products are sold. Some stores are even sampling dairy products so give them a try.
Up for the task? How about going dairy free for 7 to 10 days? That's right no cheese, no butter, no milk or products with them in it. Ready-Set-Go!