Done with Dairy Toolkit: Dairy free Recipes

Dairy-free Living

I’ll be the first to admit that going dairy-free is a challenge and living without the good stuff can be rough.

But then I remind myself of why I removed it in the first place – digestive issues, headaches, atrocious complexion problems, stuffy nasal passages, ear infections… and my yearning for a big ‘ol container of Greek yogurt just doesn’t do it for me.

One of the biggest challenges I had when I went dairy-free was learning how to use dairy substitutes and finding good dairy-free recipes that I could rely on. And I’m sure some of you are faced with the same issue which is why I came up with the Done with Dairy Toolkit!

Dairy Substitutes and Recipes

The toolkit is packed with the dairy-free recipes and resources that I’ve come up with over the years; like dairy-free cheese, dairy-free dessert, and dairy-free frosting, in one (free) easy to follow guide. It’s a living, breathing resource so anytime I add a funky new dairy-free recipe or health article to the blog, I’ll update the page.

So pin it, bookmark it, tweet it, and feel good about your choice to go dairy-free.

…and, if you know deep down that you should be dairy-free, join us for 7 days of living dairy-free here on the blog by committing to the challenge and leaving a comment here.

You can’t say you don’t have the recipes or resources to give it a whirl ;)

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  1. This tool kit has been a life saver since finding out I was allergic to dairy. Thank you!

  2. I’ve been dairy free now for about 2 and a half weeks and am loving it already. It is something I have been wanting to try for the past year, and finally just decided to give it a real go. I knew the hardest part for me was to be giving up cheese, and yes…I did even cry over it one night while I watched my partner and son eat sandwiches. However I am surprised how quickly it passed. Now I can look at their bowls of cheesy spaghetti and not think twice about it. I found Daiya cheese and am surprised at how much it actually tastes like cheese, so I love using the mozzarella kind in my vegan ceased salads.

    A full on detox, I stopped smoking 24 days ago, caffein 23 days ago, and within the past 3 weeks have cut out wheat, meat, dairy, and soy. Honestly feel sooo good. And am creating so many new dishes in the kitchen (And am having so much fun doing so) Went through a lot of withdrawal symptoms but feel like I’m finally on the up and out. Already my skin is starting to clear up which I couldn’t be happier about.

    I never really imagined I could do vegan all the way..(though I secretly always wished that I would one day) but now that I have really put my focus into I feel amazing, and don’t plan to ‘go back.’

    • Hi Taiha! Thank you for sharing your story. Good on you for trying out the lifestyle to see if it fits you and your body. A lot of change happening in your life right now… wow. Hey, as long as you’re feeling fantastic, that’s fabulous! And it sounds like you’re majorly inspired in the kitchen… I’m so happy for you. You should be VERY proud of yourself! Way to go, girl ;)