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LOOKING for: Dairy free recipes

Posted by girlblue (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 6, 05 at 15:24

I'm having a dinner party and have a lactose intolerant guest coming. I have most of the menu down but could used suggestions and especially need a dessert recipe that contains no dairy. Any other types of recipes (appetizers, entrees...) are also greatly appreciated!
Thank you

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RE: LOOKING for: Dairy free recipes

You can substitute the dairy with an alternative milk: almond, rice, hazelnut, to name a few. I use the first 2 a lot since I have family members who can't have dairy. That way you can use a recipe you have and not have to hunt for a non dairy one. Good luck!

RE: LOOKING for: Dairy free recipes

It looks like I have missed your holiday party, but try these subs for any future LI visitors -

There are also recipes and products listed on the site.

RE: LOOKING for: Dairy free recipes

hope your party went well! ( 5 months ago haha) im LI and have a great recipe book "200 best lactose-free recipes" email me if you would like anything in particular.. but i will post one i like in particular for future guests..short bread& sponge cake are always good backups too as long as they can have eggs..
Preheat oven to 350degF, 10-inch pie plate,sprayed with nonstick baking spray

1 cup vanilla wafer crumbs
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 sliced almonds (toasted are best)
2tbsp vegetable oil
1/4tsp almond extract

2 pkgs (10.25oz each) silken firm tofu
2 eggs
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1.3 cup amaretto liquer
1tsp grated lemon zest
1.4 cup sliced almonds

1.Prepare the crust: in a small mixing bowl, stir together vanilla wafer crumbs, sugar, almonds, oil and almond extract. Press into bottom and sides of pie plate.
2.Meanwhile, prepare filling: using a sieve, drain tofu. In a food processor, puree drained tofu, eggs sugar,amaretto,and zest until smooth.Pour into prepared crust.Sprinklie almonds.
3.Bake in preheated oven for 50 to 55 minuts or until firm.

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