Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets

My second book has landed! And this page includes all of the information you need. Eat Dairy Free is a full-color cookbook that is perfect if you are “just dairy free,” or if you are gluten-free, egg-free, soy-free, and/or peanut-free, too! I’m all about options. Read on to find out where to buy, and to get additional details.

Get Eat Dairy Free

Eat Dairy Free is now available in full-color paperback via major booksellers. You can order it online from:

It is also available in bookstores. If you don’t see it in stock, just ask the store to order it in!

The Ebook version of Eat Dairy Free can be purchased via:

About Eat Dairy Free

Eat Dairy Free is the cookbook you’ve been craving to enjoy a dairy-free diet without special substitutes. It contains more than 100 recipes for satisfying yet nutritious dairy-free breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and healthier desserts that use regular ingredients.

Completely free of milk-based ingredients, including casein, whey, and lactose, these recipes are safe for those with milk allergies and other dairy-related health issues. And for those with further special diet needs, every recipe has fully tested gluten-free, egg-free, peanut-free, and soy-free options, and most have nut-free preparations, too.

Mylk Chocolate Cupcakes from Eat Dairy Free the Cookbook by Alisa FlemingInside, discover delectable dishes such as:

  • Strawberry Short-Stack
  • Mushroom-Pesto Pizza
  • Old-School Superfood Smoothie
  • Shake & Bake Buttermylk Chicken
  • Peanut Power Protein Bars (with peanut-free option!)
  • Vanilla Cream Scones
  • Southwestern Sunrise Tacos
  • Roasted Carrot Bisque
  • Mylk Chocolate Cupcakes
  • Cheesy Twice-Baked Potatoes
  • New England Fish Chowder
  • Black & Blueberry Crisps
  • Hot ‘n Spicy Sesame Noodles
  • Strawberry Cheeseshakes
  • And MUCH More …

More Resources for Eat Dairy Free

Eat Dairy Free Ingredients – See the specific products and brands I used to create these recipes.

How to Make Rice – You might think you know, but this is the BEST way for foolproof, healthy results, plus tips for reducing the arsenic, what types to buy, and the nutritional benefits of leftover rice.

Healthy Store-Bought Snacks – I don’t like to put products in books, as sadly they discontinue from time to time. But this supplemental list includes my current favorite dairy-free packaged snacks for keeping hunger at bay when you can’t get to the kitchen.

About Alisa Fleming

Alisa Fleming of Go Dairy FreeHello! I’m the founder of the online magazine, GoDairyFree.org, where we proudly host over 6000 pages of content and about 4 million readers per year! I’m also the author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go DairyFree: The Guide and Cookbook.

Outside of my Go Dairy Free world, I’m the Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and have been creating gluten-free and allergy-friendly recipes for over a decade.

Whether you are new to dairy-free living, years into your journey, or just seeking to go dairy low, I hope that you enjoy my books and website. My goal is to help you Eat Dairy Free with satisfaction!

Eat Dairy Free - Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets