What dairy-free bread do we use?
That’s about the number one milk allergy mom question of all time.
And it’s true, milk is in so many brands! So here’s our current fave and why.
Plus, see the ingredients on our package below.
IMPORTANT! There was a milk recall for this bread on Dec. 20, 2021. Be safe.
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For real, finding dairy-free bread for our milk allergy kiddo over the past sixteen years has been a chore to say the least.
It’s no wonder food allergy moms continue to ask for bread recommendations.
Bread is definitely tricky.
Milk is in so many brands!
When people learn we have a milk allergy and want more info on how hard or easy it is to live dairy-free,
I always use the bread example to put it in perspective.
“Hey new friend I just met,
imagine going to the store for bread.
You see shelves and shelves of sandwich bread, floor to ceiling.
Now you have to find a loaf that’s dairy-free.
And even harder, some allergy moms need egg-free and soy-free, too.
Now new friend I just met…
out of aaaaaalllll the breads on the store shelf,
there may be only one or two, if we are lucky, that my son can safely have.
So how’s that for nice and convenient? Ha, ha. Not really.
Sometimes, though, there’s not a one.
Imagine not being able to buy sandwich bread.
So now you know what it’s like to be a milk allergy mom.
But you’re a food allergy mom reading this, and you get me.
You know that just because we find a good bread option…
doesn’t mean it’s a good one forever.
I almost hesitate to post our favorite dairy-free sandwich bread because ingredients can change on a dime.
But I know new milk allergy moms often need a starting point.
So here you have it, right now we are fans of certain varieties of Nature’s Own.
I love that this brand has no artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, or corn syrup.
But Nature’s Own does make some bread with milk.
So make sure you check labels and grab the one’s that safe for you.
And call companies about manufacturing info if your allergists requires you to.
The ingredients on our bag are posted for you below.
It also helps that we have a discount store selling Nature’s Own for 99 cents.
Totally not fair, I know.
I’d send you some if I could, but it would be expired by the time it arrives. I’m sorry.
I do find softer, fresher loaves of Nature’s Own at Walmart, Target, and just about any grocery store since it’s a mainstream brand.
If this isn’t your favorite dairy-free bread, let us know in the comments which one is.
We’d love to know!
MORE DAIRY-FREE STORE-BOUGHT BREAD
Since we know you will be super careful about checking labels for yourself…
here are a handful of other bread options you may want to check out.
Right now these are working for our kiddo with milk allergy.
We love having some options.
MORE DAIRY-FREE SHOPPING
HOMEMADE DAIRY-FREE BREAD
If homemade is more your style, we have some recipes that are easy and well-loved at our house.
They can be easily soy-free, as well…which is hard to find with store-bought bread.
3 FAVORITE RECIPES
Looking for something special to make with your dairy-free bread once you find it?
Here are three meals my kids love.
Thanks for chatting dairy-free bread with us today!
Now here are the ingredients on our package of Nature’s Own Honey Wheat sandwich bread.
Hope it works for you!