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    Hi I have a mindee who is allergic to anything dairy but she keeps wanting to bake but I can't find any receips does anyone know of a good site? X

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs coops View Post
    Hi I have a mindee who is allergic to anything dairy but she keeps wanting to bake but I can't find any receips does anyone know of a good site? X
    How about flapjacks or oat slices?

    Vegan cake and cookie recipes would also be suitable.

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    hi when my friends lo use to come to play I made dairy free cakes using vitalite its dairy free marg

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    Brill thanks ladies x

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    I am sure if you google dairy free recipes you will find lots. It will be trial and error how they taste

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    i have a dairy free little one here......we make stuff with vitalite.


    always works out fine


    wibble xxx
    The bats have left the bell tower.....

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    Another one for vitalite here!

    I can't have any dairy myself, and have found vitalite to be the best substitute for baking :-)

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    I use that pure for my daughter

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    What about a replacement for eggs though? X

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    Butterfly Cakes | askamum

    Chocolate Cup Cakes | askamum

    a friend recommended the above recipes, said her mum makes them.

    Eggless chocolate cupcakes recipe - All recipes UK looks good.

    also, try biscuits that don't use eggs.

    these are easy and yummy ( i've made them with vitalite )

    Moon biscuits

    8oz butter
    4oz sugar
    12oz SR flour

    cream butter & sugar
    mix in flour – form dough
    roll out, cut out

    bake 180C 8-10 mins

    ( no idea why they are called moon biscuits! ) we sometimes add mixed spice/cinnamon/ginger to the recipe, or roll out with sprinkles on the top before baking!
    Last edited by loocyloo; 25-02-2013 at 02:47 PM.

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    Brill thank you ladies knew I could cont on you all xx

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    Look on the Pure margarine site. lots of recipes for savoury dishes as well as cakes and biscuits.

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    We have a little boy who cannot have dairy, he too likes baking so we just replace the butter/marg with Pure spread.

    Regarding eggs they are not classed as dairy.

    Because eggs are an animal by product, just like milk, many people catagorise them as dairy. However, dairy is very specifically designated as the by product of the mammary glands of mammals like cows or goats. Essentially dairy is any milk or milk-made product, such as butter or ice-cream.

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