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A Dairy-Free Easter: Recipes and More

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Dairy-Free Easter Recipes and Info

Skip the cheesy potatoes and milk chocolate eggs! There are now so many options for a delicious dairy-free Easter and we have many of them right here. This post will continue to grow each year as we add new Easter recipes and informational articles – from fantastic brunch items to new non-dairy chocolate bunnies. Many of the options below are gluten-free, soy-free, allergy-friendly, and / or vegan, too.

Have a Happy Dairy-Free Easter!

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Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living

24 Comments

  1. MichelleJanuary 25, 2013 at 8:49 amReply

    This is a great article Alisa! My 2.5 year old son is highly allergic to milk and we have to carry an epi pen wherever we go. As he gets older, we struggle to find ways to make him feel normal in social settings – i.e. taking his own little dairy-free cakes to birthday parties, frequenting ice cream shops that have dairy free options etc.

    And this year I have been agonizing over what to do about Easter. Since I moved to the U.S. I have tried to hold on to some English traditions. As such my eldest has enjoyed many Easter egg hunts with the hollow boxed Easter Eggs from England.

    But now that my little one is old enough to want to participate, I had been fretting about what to do this year – especially as my usual British produce supplier only carries milk chocolate eggs. I will be going to each of the sites you have listed to see if they will ship to the U.S. Fingers crossed!

    • Alisa FlemingJanuary 25, 2013 at 9:16 amReplyAuthor

      Michelle,

      So glad you like the listing! These are mostly U.S. suppliers, so you should find tons of options!

  2. Jean GhantousFebruary 16, 2013 at 7:37 amReply

    Due to multiple food allergies in our household, I generally end up making homemade Easter confections and use molds and lollipop sticks to make them more creative. So I was pretty excited to see this list! However, I found only one of the above that fit our requirements, Amanda’s Own. I had high hopes for the Sweet Earth chocolates but their website doesn’t include any list of ingredients. In fact, though the article here claims they are soy free, I have a hunch that they are soy LECITHIN free, not soy free. Also there were several listed that used artificial food colorings and flavorings, which I found to be a big disappointment. We have a son on the spectrum and we are gluten, casein, corn and soy free. As well as artificial anything of course!

  3. Hanson WatkinsFebruary 20, 2013 at 9:35 pmReply

    Don’t forget Indie Candy! Everything we make is not only dairy free, but big 8 allergen free and all natural too.

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  5. joyce.sanbornMarch 8, 2013 at 10:39 amReply

    I was wondering what type of easter cansdy I can eat as I am allergic to chocolate, all dairy and nuts

  6. RachelMarch 8, 2013 at 6:05 pmReply

    Thanks for publishing this list! It is the second year in a row that I will be using it.

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  9. TheresaMarch 18, 2013 at 6:31 amReply

    I happened to stumble onto your website and was very excited. My son also has a dairy intolerance. He is extremely picky and with Easter around the counter I was stumped. I am glad to see all these options. I do know that Divvies is supposed to be sold in Wegmans and in Wholefood. I did not see any in Wegmans so I will try Wholefoods. He will have to try the chocolate first. If get a thumbs up I will order from the websites you provided. But wanted to thank you immensely and am going to buy your book for him! Wonder though I have lots of allergies and wanted to know if you have come across any thing . I am dairy, soy, corn, gluten and sugar intolerant, I know that is a tall order but if on the off chance I would appreciate it. Again thanks do much for your website and book!!!
    Theresa

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  14. MichelleMarch 13, 2014 at 9:20 amReply

    Thank you for posting this list. I barely found out that my five year old is highly allegric to dairy and mildly to soy. I have been struggling trying to come up with his Easter treats. Since most stores do not carry dairy free chocolate.

    • Alisa FlemingMarch 14, 2014 at 8:59 amReplyAuthor

      Oh no! Not an easy transition, but I hope you are able to order some of the great dairy-free, soy-free chocolates on this list – the options are growing!

  15. Heather ThomeMarch 13, 2014 at 9:13 pmReply

    Thank you so much for posting these! I thought my 3 yr. old daughter would have to skip a chocolate bunny this year… Really appreciate the heads up on all these dairy and/or egg free options!

    • Alisa FlemingMarch 14, 2014 at 8:58 amReplyAuthor

      You are welcome – Happy Easter to you and your little girl!

  16. Beth CainMarch 31, 2014 at 6:32 amReply

    Thank you for this list. I have ordered from Amanda’s Own and Allison’s Gourmet in the past. Both places have yummy chocolate that my daughter loves. I am going to try one of the others this year because they offer some candy that she has not been able to try because she of a dairy allergy. Thank you so much for your research and for posting this!

  17. Joanne DohertyApril 8, 2014 at 3:33 pmReply

    Hi,
    Great article, however no mention of other countries such as Australia. Do these companies deliver overseas ? I was also wondering if you had information regarding the possibility of purchasing ‘sugar free/gluten free etc type Easter bunny products within Australia ?

    Cheers

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