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10 Surprisingly Dairy-Free Foods You Can Enjoy on a Nut-Free Diet - No Nuts!

10 Surprisingly Dairy-Free Foods You Can Enjoy on a Nut-Free Diet

Living with both nut and dairy allergies can feel overwhelming, but there are plenty of delicious, naturally dairy-free and nut-free foods to enjoy. Expanding your snack and meal options is key to maintaining a balanced, satisfying diet while staying safe. Here are 10 surprising foods that fit the bill:

1. Fruits and Vegetables

Fresh, frozen, or dried, fruits and veggies are naturally dairy-free and nut-free. Try carrot sticks with hummus, apple slices with sunflower seed butter, or a refreshing fruit salad.

2. Grains and Cereals

Most grains, including rice, quinoa, oats, and wheat, are dairy-free and nut-free. Choose certified gluten-free options if you also have a gluten sensitivity.

3. Legumes

Beans, lentils, and peas are nutritious, versatile, and free of dairy and nuts. Enjoy them in salads, soups, or as a protein-packed snack.

4. Seeds

Pumpkin, sunflower, chia, and flax seeds are excellent sources of healthy fats, fiber, and minerals, without the risk of nut or dairy allergies.

5. Allergy-Friendly Snack Bars

No Nuts! protein bars are completely nut-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free, making them a perfect snack for allergy-conscious consumers. Try the Blueberry & Vanilla or Chocolate Chip flavors for a satisfying treat.

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6. Meat, Poultry, and Seafood

Plain, unprocessed meats are naturally dairy-free and nut-free. Be cautious of processed meats, which may contain hidden allergens.

7. Dairy-Free Milk Alternatives

Coconut, rice, hemp, and flax milk are delicious, nut-free alternatives to cow's milk. Use them in cooking, baking, or enjoy them on their own.

8. Nut-Free Flours

Coconut, chickpea, and cassava flours are versatile, nut-free options for gluten-free and allergy-friendly baking.

9. Allergy-Friendly Chocolate

Enjoy dark chocolate that is specifically labeled as dairy-free and nut-free. Many brands now offer allergy-friendly options.

10. Nut-Free, Dairy-Free Spreads

Sunflower seed butter, pumpkin seed butter, and coconut butter are delicious, allergen-free alternatives to nut butters and dairy spreads.

Remember, always read labels carefully and contact manufacturers if you have questions about potential allergens. With a little creativity and reliable allergy-friendly brands like No Nuts!, you can enjoy a wide variety of safe, delicious foods on a nut-free, dairy-free diet.

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