There are a few good non-dairy yogurts on the market for people who can’t consume milk. Whether you have food allergies, or are lactose intolerant or vegan, these yogurts may work for you.
Please read labels carefully, however, as not all non-dairy yogurts are entirely safe for people with food allergies. For example, Stonyfield Farm non-dairy yogurt states the active cultures are grown in milk. Since my daughter has a milk allergy, this is not an option for us.
So Delicious coconut yogurt is sweet, delicious and comes in many flavors: blueberry, chocolate, passionate mango, plain, pina colada, raspberry, strawberry, strawberry banana and vanilla. Read the ingredients on the So Delicious web site. Avery and I both love this yogurt, especially all the different flavors available. In Minnesota, I find this at Whole Foods.
WholeSoy Yogurt – This yogurt has a nice, mellow flavor as well and we enjoy it. It comes in many flavors, including apricot mango, blueberry, cherry, key lime, lemon, mixed berry, peach, plain, raspberry, strawberry and vanilla. Locally, I find this at Whole Foods.
For many years, we used SILK Live yogurt. They just discontinued all of these yogurts. I see they have a new non-dairy option available called Fruity & Creamy. I haven’t seen it in stores yet and can’t recommend it yet, but will be keeping an eye out for it.
Does your family use non-dairy yogurt or other foods? What is your experience?
You can read more about our family’s experiences with food allergies by clicking on the “On Food Allergies” tab at the top of this page.
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