Why go dairy-free in your eating habits? Here’s a few common reasons …
Dairy sensitivity or intolerance
Nursing mama starting an elimination diet to help baby’s digestion, mood or skin
I’m on the very forefront of exploring dairy-free eating and I’ve been learning a lot about alternatives and culinary styles that bend towards being dairy-free. I’m excited to share a little round up of some of my favorite dairy-free recipes.
Get ready for a bold, creamy, saucy dinner with this one pot cajun shrimp pasta. It takes 30 minutes to make and it’s lightened up with gluten free noodles and a dairy free swap for cream. Dinner done in one pan is the best kind of meal!
kale salad, chockfull of avocado, quinoa, pomegranate seeds, pecans, and crumbly goat cheese tossed in a Meyer lemon vinaigrette. It’s perfect as a light lunch or even a meatless Monday dinner option. Just make sure to DROP THE GOAT CHEESE to make this a dairy-free option!
Of all these recipes, this is the one that made my menu for next week!
Chopped Asian Chicken Salad
There’s a burst of delicious flavor exploding in every bite. It’s also loaded with healthy, raw veggies, and lean protein. The Asian-inspired dressing is the fun little surprise part, combining sweet, sticky, and spicy.