Dairy-Free Recipes to Try In Your Diet

Dairy-Free recipes should be added to your diet! Even if you aren’t vegan or dairy-free, there are some delicious and healthy recipes on offer for you to try. Ever heard of chili mac and cheese for instance? The kids will love it. With that in mind, we’ve created a list of excellent vegan alternatives to popular classics, and a few more besides – tuck in this winter to a feast of vegan fancies. 

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Dairy-Free Recipes To Try:

Vegan Pumpkin Pasta 

Vegan pumpkin pasta is a delicious and easy seasonal dish that’s filling and full of flavor. This meal is made using spaghetti and a sauce made from pumpkin puree. Wholemeal spaghetti is best for this meal, and you can experiment with what vegetable you add to the sauce. Mushrooms and broccoli are both excellent choices. Some people like cheese on their pasta and if you’re dairy-free you don’t have to miss out – sprinkle some delicious shredded sheese on top. 

Vegan Pumpkin Soup 

Another seasonal favorite of the dairy-free recipes is Pumpkin soup, or in this case vegan pumpkin soup. At this time of year, pumpkins are easy to find in the supermarkets or at local farms, and they make excellent flavorsome soups that can be enjoyed midweek with some bread or on the weekend as a starter. When you return from your pumpkin picking, you’ll be glad you invested in fisher and paykal dryer parts to dry off. If you can, use fresh pumpkin. Fresh pumpkin has more flavor and is better for your health. Complement this with butternut squash. If you think pumpkin tastes a bit bland on its own add spices and eat with crusty bread

Vegan Chilli Mac

If you love chilli and mac and cheese, this recipe combines both into a super meal you can’t resist – and it’s vegan. Vegan mac chilli is made using spices, beans, veggies, and vegan sheese, and combines it all with macaroni for an irresistible meal you can enjoy as a quick lunch or a special dinner. Follow the standard recipe a couple of times until you have a good idea of how it’s made, after that you can begin to experiment with different toppings and extras, such as vegan sour cream, avocado, and tortilla chips. 

Maple Glazed Carrots 

Maple glazed carrots are an excellent addition to any Thanksgiving table, and some people don’t believe the spread isn’t complete without them. Usually, these carrots are baked; however, that can take some time meaning the glazed carrots experience tends to be a one-off. But this recipe allows you to prepare them on the stove so you can enjoy them as part of a quick, easy meal. The recipe is completely dairy-free; it can also be made with vegan butter instead of oil to make it even healthier. 

Easy Vegan Stuffing 

Stuffing is not just for Thanksgiving and Christmas; it can be enjoyed at any time of the year or day of the week. The trouble is that finding a vegan, dairy-free version can be difficult. To make life easier this year, we’ve included this easy vegan stuffing recipe for you to try. Use any type of bread for this recipe, as long as it’s dairy-free, the best type of bread to use, however, is baguette bread or homemade bread; this easy-to-follow recipe details all the ingredients and steps you will need to enjoy delicious vegan stuffing this winter

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