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November 17, 2020
Dairy Free Party Foods
Both you and your guests will love these delicious dairy free party foods! Perfectly pop-able, they’re fantastic for the holidays, birthdays, game day or gatherings of any kind. And from dips to snack mixes to heartier options, these finger foods will have you covered for both small groups or a crowd.
Getting ready to host a party or gathering?
We got you covered with plenty of easy dairy free appetizers and party foods!
I know from experience that it can be difficult to pull together a crowd pleasing spread when food allergies and sensitivities are involved.
But there’s no need for anyone to feel like they’re missing out.
And these yummy, flavor-packed finger foods will most certainly please even your dairy loving family members and friends.
We also have a good mix of both indulgent and healthier options, meaning there’s something for everyone.
AND just about all the recipes are also gluten free (with a majority also egg & soy free as well).
With a creamy base and plenty of bold flavor, this delicious dairy free buffalo chicken dip will be gobbled up in no time. Fantastic served either hot or cold, it’s also gluten free, egg free, soy free and mayo free.
Quick and easy to make, this dairy free spinach artichoke dip is just as good as the original. Perfect for whipping up in advance, you can serve with chips, crackers or veggies. Gluten free, soy free and vegan.
Rich, creamy and silky smooth, this incredible dairy free nacho cheese tastes just like queso. Packed with warm spices and plenty of “cheesy” flavor, it only takes 10 minutes to pull together. Gluten free, soy free and vegan.
Looking for a fun spin on a classic appetizer? Then try this flavorful spinach artichoke hummus. A healthy and easy option, it’s filled with lots of chopped spinach and artichokes. Gluten free, nut free, soy free and vegan.
Packed with fresh spinach, chickpeas and a classic everything topping, this everything spinach chickpea dip is a healthy and fun addition to any party (that color!). Gluten free, nut free, soy free and vegan.
Savory, salty and delightfully crunchy, this homemade dairy free chex mix is an all-time favorite. Packed with cereal, nuts, pretzels and coconut oil, it’s crazy easy to make and will keep for up to two weeks. Gluten free.
Filled with fresh rosemary, warm spices and maple syrup, this sweet & spicy popcorn nut party mix is completely addicting. Super easy to make, it’s kind of like a lighter version of caramel corn. Gluten free, soy free and vegan.
Snacktime has never looked so good as with these spiced rosemary and thyme nuts. Savory, a touch sweet and a tad bit spicy, they’ll be gone in a flash (especially when all warm from the oven). Gluten free, soy free and vegan.
Juicy, crazy flavorful and made with just a few simple ingredients, these delicious dairy free meatballs are fantastic served with sauce for dipping. Ready in 30 minutes or less, they’re also gluten free, egg free and nut free.
These fully loaded dairy free nachos are hearty, crunchy and oh-so-satisfying. Featuring a dreamy dairy free cheese sauce and options for either meat or beans, they’re sure to be a favorite. Gluten free with a vegan option.
You won’t be able to stop snacking on this incredible brownie batter hummus. An irresistible healthier dessert, it’s delicious served with pretzels, fruit or graham crackers for dipping. Gluten free, soy free and vegan.
Made with coconut milk, maple syrup and avocado, you’ll never believe this chocolate fruit dip is actually good for you. Creamy and light, it’s fantastic with fruit or anything you can think up. Gluten free, soy free and vegan.
These super fun flourless peanut butter s’mores cookies are oh-so-good. Made in just one bowl in 20 minutes, they’re sweetened with maple syrup and studded with dark chocolate and marshmallows. Gluten free.
Fudgy and perfectly chewy, these dairy free brownies will be gobbled up in no time. Packed with almond flour, tahini and three kinds of chocolate, you’d never guess that they’re allergy friendly. Gluten free and soy free.
And that’s a wrap!
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After developing a dairy allergy at age 30, I know just how difficult it can be to transition to a dairy free lifestyle. But it doesn’t have to be as complicated as you think. Join me for easy, ridiculously tasty dairy free recipes for everyday life that will help eliminate that feeling of always missing out (because giving up cheese is hard enough!).