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Milk Allergy Mom Shopping

Here at Milk Allergy Mom, we have loads of fun shopping together!

Some food shopping…plus other items that just make food allergy life easier. 

Below are some of our latest favorites.

list of products for milk allergy life

We use affiliate links and may earn a small commission if you click and purchase…at no extra cost to you. Thank you. 

Additionally, 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. Be safe!


Snacks 20% Off

Meat Sticks 15% Off

Medical Bag

Medical Tag

Epi Cases

Allergy Stickers

Lunch Gear

School Snacks

Kitchen Tools

E-Cloth Cleaning

Amazon Faves

Emergency Foods

Paper Planner

Essential Oils


Did we miss any must-have products that make managing food allergies easier for you? 

If so, let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear! 


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Paige Roberts

Monday 2nd of May 2022

My daughter just turned 6 last Wednesday. Since the day she was born she had a dairy sensitivity. As a baby she had allergy testing done and found it was only a lactose intolerance. Fast forward two months ago I started noticing her breaking out in hives every time she ate cheese or yogurt which never was an issue before. So I made an appointment with her pediatrician who referred us to an immunologist. That appointment was today and she was officially diagnosed with a dairy allergy and we were told to avoid all dairy even lactose free types so I'm at a loss on what all we can get because milk is an ingredient in ALOT of things. PLEASE help a mama out!

Jamie Kaufmann

Thursday 5th of May 2022

Hello Paige. So glad you found us, we are here to help. We've set up several ways you can receive inspiration here at Milk Allergy Mom. Just head to our homepage, milkallergymom.com. And we can help with recipes, shopping, AND support for living with milk allergy. You can do this. And it's easier with friends. I've been an allergy mom 16 years, it will be ok. xoxo

Danielle Womack

Friday 22nd of April 2022

I have a 14 month old son that can't have dairy or soy milk. And he can't have no food that contains milk or soy. He has a milk allergy. We live in alma arkansas. What kind of food can I give him

Jamie Kaufmann

Friday 22nd of April 2022

Hi Danielle! Start by asking your allergist and possibly getting in to see a dietician. That will get the ball rolling. Be sure to know all the names for milk to find on labels. I also hope to see you in our dairy-free shopping group! The community there is very helpful.

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