5 Delicious Dairy Free Products In My Kitchen Right Now

In today’s post I’m sharing 5 delicious dairy free products that are in my kitchen right now. Most of these products are regularly purchases for my household. I’m always on the look-out for new and exciting dairy free products but sometimes you have to stick with what you know is good, especially as the dairy free game can be pretty expensive.

@dairyfreedaisy 5 delicious dairy free products in my ktichen right now. All pretty regular purchases. #dairyfreeuk #dairyfreechocolate #marmitelovers ♬ original sound – Dairy Free Daisy

5 Delicious Dairy Free Products In My Kitchen Right Now

Hu Kitchen Cashew Butter & Vanilla Bean Dark Chocolate – This is more of a recent favourite of mine. It’s one of the most delicious dairy free chocolates I’ve tried recently. It’s a dark chocolate bar filled with creamy cashew butter. The bar itself is small coming in at 60g and with a price tag of £3.50. I tend to only buy this when it’s on offer. If you’re a fan of dark chocolate then do give this a try.

It’s often on offer in Holland & Barrett

Plenish Almond Milk – This is a very regularly purchase for me and you’ll find a bottle of Plenish Almond milk alternative in my fridge every week. What I love about this brand is that their products are really simple with just 3 natural ingredients for this almond milk: organic almonds, spring water and a pinch of salt. I mostly use this dairy free milk for my tea.

It goes on offer across all supermarkets but at different times so shop around. I buy it from Ocado and Tesco usually.

Bio & Me Apple & Cinnamon Gut Loving Porridge Oats – At the moment this is another regular purchase for my household. I stock up when it’s on offer and I’m working really hard to start everyday with a bowl of Bio & Me for breakfast. I think I first got into this brand before having my second baby last October and even took in the little ready-to-go pots to the hospital with me. That’s dedication and brand loyalty for you.

I like that this porridge not only has a good flavour but also texture. Alongside the wholegrain oats there are dates, sunflower na brown linseeds, chicory root fibre, apple, quinoa flakes, dried carrot, ground almonds, coconut flour and cinnamon. I’ll normally eat it as it comes but sometimes I’ll add banana or peanut butter.

Like most products this goes on offer at various times across each supermarket. It was most recently reduced at Tesco.

Pip & Nut Sweet & Salty Peanut Butter – My friend D got me well and truly addicted to this. It’s so SO good and if you’ve not tried it yet make sure you change that. It’s pretty straight forward, it’s a char of golden roasted peanuts with Mexican agave and a sprinkle of sea salt.

I can honestly eat this straight out of the jar but I’m trying to just use it in porridge or on toast now.

Like most of the other products this goes on offer very regularly. I buy it from Sainsbury’s.

Marmite – I’m a life-long fan of Marmite and it’s always in my cupboard. I like it on toast, crumpets and use it in cooking.

Marmite is stocked at all leading supermarkets. I like buying the huge jars which I’ve only recently been able to get hold of on Ocado.

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