I’ve been thinking about starting a series of blog posts around accidentally dairy free products for a while now. I thought it would be good to have a separate post for each supermarket and then at the last minute today I thought it might be useful to break down the posts even more. So today I present to you a selection of accidentally dairy free biscuits at Tesco. This post won’t have products from the Free From aisle or very obviously marked vegan and non dairy options. Instead today’s post is about all the products that just so happen to be dairy free.
Over the next few weeks you’ll see more posts like this but with a focus on different products and from different supermarkets too. I hope that this post will help those of you who are new to living a dairy free life but also those who have been free from dairy for a number of years. It’s always good to discover new or existing dairy free products.
As always, please do check full ingredients lists before buying any of the mentioned products. Some products will carry may contain warnings and recipes can change over time.
Dairy Free Biscuits:
Bourbon biscuits – A true classic and one I’m sure most of us have tried. I find this to be a really nostalgic biscuit and it just so happens that Tesco own brand Bourbon biscuits are dairy free.
Lu Petit Biscotte Cinnamon Biscuit – I love the branding of the Le Petit range so when I stumbled upon these cinnamon biscuits and realised they were free from dairy (not vegan though) I was very pleased. These are really tasty biscuits.
Lotus Biscoff Snack Pack – I think these can now be classed as a classic, especially for coffee drinkers. You can buy these as a standard pack of biscuits but they’re also available in these cute little snack packs. I personally find the snack packs handy to keep in my bag for those situations where you’re stuck for a dairy free snack.
Lotus Biscoff Sandwich Original Cream – These Biscoff Sandwich creams are a new take on the traditional Lotus Biscoff. I like them but must admit that I do prefer the classic. Saying that, I do buy them pretty regularly.
Bolands Kimberley Biscuits– I haven’t tried these but they’re intriguing. They’re a ginger biscuit with a marshmallow centre.
Jammie Dodgers – A childhood classic I’m sure we have all had before.
Jammie Dodger Apple & Blackcurrant Biscuits – I haven’t tried the Apple & Blackcurrant Jammie Dodgers but look forward to trying them.
Tesco Jaffa Cakes – I spotted these accidentally dairy free Jaffa Cakes in my local Tesco the other day and look forward to trying them.
Wibisco Shirley Biscuits – A Caribbean Classic with a very cute design and they just so happen to be dairy free.
Wibisco Shirley Coconut Biscuits – I’ve never seen the Shirley Coconut biscuits in my local Tesco but they sound very tasty.
Bolands Fig Rolls – I think fig rolls tend to be a love hate type of biscuit but one thing is for sure, they’re a strong dunker for your cuppa.
Mcvitie’s Digestive Original – Digestive biscuits are a staple in our household and when I went originally went dairy free I was very pleased to see that these were free from dairy.
Fox’s Party Rings Biscuits – Colourful iced shortcake rings which remind me of childhood birthday parties.
Tesco Own Dark Chocolate Digestives – These Tesco own brand Dark Chocolate Digestives can be hard to get hold of but are well worth stocking up on.
Tesco Oaty Round Biscuits – A delicious oaty and dairy free biscuit. I think they’re a bit sweeter than a Hob Nob but do come in at a much cheaper price point.
Tesco Fruit Shortcake Biscuits – I’ve had these a while back and they had a good crunch to them while being nice and fruity.
Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits – Rich Tea biscuits are always a staple in our household.
Tesco Rich Tea Finger biscuits – I haven’t had these before but if they’re anything like their sister biscuit I’m sure they’ll be pretty good.
Tesco Ginger Nuts – I think we all know these are a good all-round classic and pretty good as a dairy free dunker.
Pink Panther Wafers – My grandma used to buy these and although I’ve not had them for a while they’ll always hold a happy place in my heart. A good option for littles too.
Oreo Vanilla – Oreos are another regular dairy free purchase in our household.
Oreo Twists Vanilla & Raspberry Flavoured Biscuit – The fun flavours of Oreos are dairy free too. It’s always nice to be able to get involved in novelty food products, especially when you’re dairy free.
Oreo Twists Vanilla & Caramel Flavoured Biscuit – These Oreos have a sweet caramel flavour to them.
Oreo Choco Brownie Flavour Cookies – I think these are my all-time favourite dairy free Oreos.
Oreo Double Stuff – Perfect for those of us who love the middle but of Oreos.