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Dairy Free products in the supermarket

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GingerMaman Mon 24-Mar-14 13:27:08

I thought it would be useful to start a thread about dairy free products that are in the supermarket.

I've just found puff pastry at sainsburys that is dairy, egg and soya free! smile

Please do share!

atthestrokeoftwelve Mon 24-Mar-14 13:28:31

Do you mean substitutes? My children don't eat dairy but I haven't used any special foods.

GingerMaman Mon 24-Mar-14 13:41:31

No, I mean just general products.

Cocoa is a difficult one, because most contain May have traces of milk warning. The sainsburys one has may contain soya warning but no warning for milk:

BigPigLittlePig Mon 24-Mar-14 13:43:02

Hobnobs. Several makes of Bourbons.


KarenHL Mon 24-Mar-14 14:03:10

Morrisons do a dairy-free rocky road, and brownies. Made DD v.happy. Also own-brand d-f choc bars (good for lunches).

I know I could get kinnerton eggs For easter, but much prefer the ingredients at Billygoatstuff.

DrinkFeckArseGirls Mon 24-Mar-14 14:03:59

As kong as the hobnobs are dairy free, all's good in the world grin

DwellsUndertheSink Mon 24-Mar-14 14:06:59

the big supermarkets used to provide a list of all products that were dairy free - from cereals to breads and cakes. Ask @ customer services or through their website.

GingerMaman Mon 24-Mar-14 14:38:38

Where do you get dairy and soya free cheese from?

BigPigLittlePig Mon 24-Mar-14 14:54:08

I think it's called Cheesley. I have heard, er, less than glowing reports about it. Have never bothered to try for myself though.

josephine1986 Mon 24-Mar-14 17:27:33

Don't hobnobs have a May contain milk warning? Was sure I checked the other day but was disappointed

quietbatperson Mon 24-Mar-14 20:17:11

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cece Mon 24-Mar-14 20:18:41

Tesco Value plain chocolate

Tesco value bourbon biscuits

BigPigLittlePig Mon 24-Mar-14 20:23:34

Have started off the biscuit chat now! Have to confess, we have supermarket own hobnobs cheapskate so can't answer for proper hobnobs or their chocolate coated cousins.

After 16m of dairy, soy and egg free, I have a number of other foods I could add, depending on what sort of thing people fancy...

misdee Mon 24-Mar-14 20:28:03

Oreos are dairy free

Mini chocolate dodgers as well

drawohamme Mon 24-Mar-14 20:33:48

New York bagels. The dairy free cream cheese is called Sheese and they sell it at Wholefoods. Coyo yogurt at Ocado is yum too - better than 'real' yogurt.

drawohamme Mon 24-Mar-14 20:35:31

Also not the supermarket but allergy have loads of stuff. Ocado seems to be your best bet out of London.

quietbatperson Mon 24-Mar-14 20:54:03

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GingerMaman Mon 24-Mar-14 20:58:43

I'm interested in cheese, really missing it!

I also saw some really yummy DF desserts on Ocado but I'm not sure if I can have soya yet, so I'm waiting for dd to get tested 1st.

drawohamme Mon 24-Mar-14 21:08:09

Pudology do loads of yum DF puddings. I think waitrose stock them.

weirdthing Mon 24-Mar-14 21:13:02

Vegusto is the only nice vegan cheese - tasty but v pricey.

soundevenfruity Mon 24-Mar-14 21:13:37

Coconut milk yoghurt. Delicious but really pricy so investigating where to get a starter to make my own.

Auntierosemary Mon 24-Mar-14 21:20:28

Tesco do coconut and fruit smoothies that have added calcium in their chilled free-from section. No dairy/soya etc. can't vouch for the taste but my kids love them. Only £1:60 or something for four.

soundevenfruity Mon 24-Mar-14 21:40:57

Good to know, Auntie, but does it have sugar?

GingerMaman Tue 25-Mar-14 19:07:50

Weirdthing, where do you buy vegusto from?

And the coconut milk yoghurt, where is it from?

Auntierosemary Tue 25-Mar-14 20:49:24

Soundevenfruity - the coconut smoothies don't have added sugar, just what is in the fruit. Ingredients are:

Fruit purees
Coconut milk
Concentrated apple juice
Concentrated passion fruit juice
Calcium citrate
Citric acid
flavourings (banana, coconut) (no further detail on what they are, god knows...)

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