Since cake at our house almost always needs to be homemade to be allergy-safe,
store-bought icing can make the process a little faster. Or a lot faster, ha!
If you aren’t afraid of food coloring, can have soy, and love a fast shortcut,
be sure to check out these tubs of frosting in assorted colors and flavors.
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For years now, I’ve used tubs of Pillsbury icing for our dairy and egg free cakes.
Some Pillsbury frostings have contained milk so please check labels every time.
But here’s the really fun part.
Pillsbury frostings often come with sprinkles in the lids, too!
Some are colored sugar crystals. Some of chunky shapes and bright colors.
Here are the ingredients on our tub of vanilla with bold sprinkles.
Additionally, I especially love the holiday themed sprinkles that make our treats so festive.
Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween, Christmas.
We can grab colored icing and matching sprinkles for just about any celebration.
Perfect for food allergy families to jazz up all their amazing homemade treats.
FAVORITE DAIRY-FREE SPRINKLE TREATS
WHAT DAIRY-FREE FROSTING DOES PILLSURY MAKE
In addition to vanilla and colored vanilla icing with sprinkles,
we like Pillsbury’s dairy-free chocolate and dairy-free cream cheese frosting, too!
That’s right, chocolate cream cheese with no milk.
Here are the ingredients on our tub of chocolate frosting.
Always double-check your labels, of course.
Make sure you grab the right chocolate frosting, some Pillsbury frostings contain milk.
Check the labels always. Ingredients can change at any time.
If you prefer homemade frosting,
here’s our homemade vanilla frosting recipe.
And here’s our homemade chocolate frosting recipe.
For more info about store-bought frosting, visit the Pillsbury website.