After realizing that dairy was giving me an eczema-like rash, I cut it out. Easy? No freaking way, but I did find some tasty substitutes. Thankfully, I have been able to curb the rash and have been eating a bit of dairy here and there, but with all these great choices out there, why limit yourself?
+So delicious dark choc truffle - rich chocolate flavor, no aftertaste
+Trader Joe’s choc coconut milk- like custard, rich chocolate taste, no aftertaste
+Archer farms peanut butter & chocolate- delicious rich chocolate and tasty pb
-B&J caramel almond brittle- the sweet almond milk is too sweet with a funny after taste, but the caramel crunchies are nice
-B&J chocolate brownie – the chocolate almond milk base is ok, but has an aftertaste, the (gluten filled) brownie is quite nice, though
-Archer farms vanilla bean- tastes like almond milk, super sweet, not so much vanilla-y
-So Delicious oat milk peanut butter & raspberry – the raspberry is good, but the pb is mild and the oat milk is kinda weird tasting
Myokos: everything I’ve tried from this brand is delish!!
+Vegan Butter – it even tastes buttery on a piece of toast
+Cream Cheese – Plainly Classic, Unlox Your Dream for brunch time
+Cheese wheel- Double cream chive – so good with crackers (and wine)
+Cheers to Cheddar – so tasty on a cracker
Kite Hill is also a fabulous dairy-free brand
+Ranch Dip is amazing and a great alternative for that crudité platter
+Cream cheese is ok – (Myokos is better)
+Parmesan is excellent melted on just about anything, but fried eggs is a winner
+Lots of sliced choices, but I have not tried them yet
+Cashew fiesta dip (hot queso dip) – warm it up and eat with chips – you’re welcome
+Lots of tasty cheeses – but tend to be quite greasy
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