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Walmart Cold Food Dairy-Free

As a 14-year milk allergy family, we have certainly fine-tuned our favorite dairy-free grocery list. 

And since we often get asked, here is what we buy regularly from Walmart! 


PLEASE NOTE: Here at Milk Allergy Mom, we simply share products that work for our family. Please consult your own doctor before trying food, supplements, or other products. Also read all labels and call companies for the latest, most accurate product information.

Ok allergy friends, 

you loved our list of dairy-free shelf stable snacks at Target

and our favorite natural dairy-free staples at Aldi

So that got me thinking, 

let’s share our top dairy-free groceries at Walmart!

This list features cold foods we buy, 

which I conveniently save in my “favorites” list at Walmart.com.

Or grab them in store, of course. 

Shopping Walmart Pick-Up, though, as our members know,

is part of my strategy for saving $300 a month on food for my family.

Over a year’s time,

that’s enough money for Disney!

I love that Walmart offers some of our top allergy-friendly foods in bulk…

since I don’t shop Sam’s or Costco. 

And of course, prices are good. 

Let’s take a look!

Be sure to always check labels for yourself. Ingredients can change!

Here we go!


Great for pig-in-the-pockets with hot dogs, dinner rolls, or chocolate croissants! 


Our favorite hot dogs for a decade, in bulk! 


One of our favorite breakfast staples or dinner BLT’s are great, too!


I absolutely love having a huge bag for quick breakfasts!

I’ve not seen these in bulk anywhere else.


A double package of our only lunch meat, BAM!


One of our favorite dinners!


As if bacon and sausage links weren’t enough, we need ground sausage, too!

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! 😉


Organic and bulk!!!

Such a great value for smoothies, muffins, pancakes, and more!


Mama’s favorite!


My kiddo’s must-have. Silk Soy.


Oh people, these are addicting!

Just like a restaurant.


Organic meat is my favorite!


Cage-free brown eggs at a good price!


Love getting our go-to milk for cooking, baking, cereal and smoothies…

in gallon size!

Even in unsweetened vanilla. 

Great for smoothies, but not mashed potatoes. 😉 

Ask how I know, lol.


I love my coconut milk for homemade lattes and chia pudding.

Silk brand works for me.

And so does So Delicious.

My kids prefer their almond milk.

Or Ripple pea protein milk bought elsewhere.


Our last favorite bulk item from Walmart…

Calcium and Vitamin D Orange Juice.

It’s the only juice we buy, and we get asked about it a lot.

We do love it for breakfast, smoothies, and a calcium/D option for dairy-free kids.

So there you have it!

These are our favorite dairy-free, COLD staples at Walmart right now. 

Did you see something new to you? 

Is there something you’d add? 

We’d love to hear from you in the comments. Let us know!

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Happy Walmart shopping!

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Friday 8th of July 2022

The smoked sausage you listed has sodium and potassium lactate. My understanding is that these are derived from milk?

Jamie Kaufmann

Friday 8th of July 2022

Hi Justme. You may find this post helpful over at Go Dairy Free, regarding those ingredients. :) https://www.godairyfree.org/dairy-free-grocery-shopping-guide/dairy-ingredient-list-2

Heather Bykerk

Monday 23rd of May 2022

Don’t forget the coconut whip cream!!

Jamie Kaufmann

Monday 23rd of May 2022

Ah, great suggestion, Heather! Thank you!!! I love all things coconut. :)


Tuesday 3rd of March 2020

I have 2 nieces who are VERY allergic to dairy. I love to bake as I am disabled and don't get out much, but I've never been able to make treats for them. Some dairy free recipes would be very welcome.


Sunday 20th of February 2022

@Kimberly, country crock has a avocado based butter that is delicious. I use it in baking and just substitute it. Cocoa powder isn’t dairy so you can use it I make a fudge pie and just substitute the evaporated milk with almond evaporated milk and avocado butter. My grands love it. Also anything “vegan” is dairy free Both my grands get sick if they have dairy. My grandson has actually Rama low grade fever if he has it.

Jamie Kaufmann

Wednesday 4th of March 2020

Hi Kimberly! You sound like a very special aunt and baking is what I do best! Make sure you are on our email list for emailed recipes regularly. milkallergymom.com/recipes Also, at the bottom of our site you can link over to our top baked goodies like cake, donuts, and banana bread! Hope that helps and thanks for stopping in!

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