18 Treats You Might Not Know Are Dairy-Free
Which isn't to say they're good for you. But the lactose-intolerant deserve — no, DEMAND — equal access to junk food.
1. Duncan Hines Brownie Mix
Except for the MILK chocolate mix, but that seems self-evident.
2. Nutter Butters
3. Sorbet (most brands)
Sorbet, by definition, means no milk or cream. Which doesn't mean it's not delicious.
5. Coconut Bliss Ice Cream
To be fair, you probably can guess that this brand is dairy free — but you might not know that it's really good! Coconut is a great sub for milk in frozen desserts.
6. Tofutti Cuties
7. Hershey's Syrups
8. Nabisco Iced Oatmeal Cookies
9. Marshmallows & Marshmallow Creme
Corn syrup's most beautiful children.
10. Graham Crackers and Teddy Grahams
If you don't find delight in tiny cookies shaped like animals, you're no kind of human being.
11. Dark Chocolate (most brands)
Milk chocolate (as the name implies!) probably isn't a good bet, but the dark stuff is often safe to eat. It's also less sugary, and thus better for you.
(And you know what marshmallows + graham crackers + chocolate means, right?)
12. Biscoff Cookie Spread
13. Vienna Fingers
14. Ready-Made Frosting (most brands)
Ingredients found in Betty Crocker "Whipped Butter Cream Frosting": Sugar, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and Cottonseed Oil, Water, High Maltose Corn Syrup, Corn Starch.
Ingredients NOT found in Betty Crocker "Whipped Butter Cream Frosting": Butter, cream.
(The label does warn that the frosting still "may contain milk ingredients"; it's only in tiny trace amounts that could be picked up from the factory, but avoid if you're hypersensitive.)
15. Lorna Doone Shortbread
16. Fig Newmans
17. Luigi's Italian Ice
18. Pop-Tarts (some flavors)
These are the dairy-free flavors:
Brown Sugar Cinnamon*
*The frosted versions of Blueberry, Brown Sugar Cinnamon, and Strawberry ARE also safe.