Thursday, April 24, 2014

Part 3: Quick Lists of Dairy Free & Soy Free Foods

UPDATE: Please make sure to double check ingredients each time you buy. I hope I never overlook anything but it’s possible and ingredients can change. A lot of my posts are over two years old and since I have gone back dairy soy free I have discovered a few items I use to buy all the time that now have soy in them.

Sorry it has been so long since my last post. We have started trying out dairy & soy on our daughter to see if she has outgrown her intolerance. I will do a few blog posts on our journey back into the dairy soy world too. I have continued to keep dairy and soy free, since I'm still nursing, until we are sure Bel can handle dairy & soy.

In this post you will find some foods I have listed before and some new foods i've recently found.

Frozen Fries:

Alexia makes a few frozen fries that are dairy soy free (be careful not everything by Alexia is dairy soy free). We love the sweet potatoe fries, the waffle cut seasoned fries (they taste like curly fries), the 98% fat free straight cut fries, and the hash browns.


We enjoy Reese's Puffs, Cherrios, Fruity Cherrios, Cap'n Crunch, and Cap'n Crunch Berries.

Beef Tamales:

If you like canned beef tamales the Hormel brand and the Senora Verde brand are dairy soy free.

La Choy Chow Mein Noodles are a great snack (I eat them like chips). They are also like crackers if you're sick and need something easy on your stomach.

Here are a few more spices I've found to be dairy soy free.

From McCormick: Pinch Perfect: Lemon & Pepper & Cajun. Grill Mates: Molasses Bacon, Worcestershire Pub Burger, & Steakhouse Onion burger. The burger spices are great for grilling out.

From Webber: Kick'n Chicken, Gourmet Burger, Chicago Steak, & Mango Lime. From Morton Season All Season Salt


Udis maked dairy soy free breads found in the frozen section of the grocery store. They are expensive and not the most delicious bread you have ever eaten but if you don't want to make your own then options for dairy & soy free breads are limited. They make hamburger, hot dog, white & wheat breads, and raisin bread.

This will probably be my last dairy soy free post as we are in the process of transitioning into dairy soy foods. I will post on our progress into the dairy & soy world. Also if I find something dairy soy free of interest I will post it. I am still open to questions if anyone has them please don't hesitate to ask.

You can also find me on Pintrest @DairySoyFreeMom