When you get the news that you are going to have to make a drastic diet change (and it’s not by choice), it can be devastating!
And then when you realize that cutting dairy and soy from your diet is A LOT more involved than you at first believed, it can feel like the end of the world. Especially if you like sweets and desserts. Thankfully, there are a lot of dairy and soy free desserts for breastfeeding moms, and I’m going to share some of my favorites with you today.
Both of my babies had a dairy milk allergy, and so I’ve been through this on two separate occasions.
I know what it’s like to feel like you are starving, like nothing is appealing, or quenching your hunger for something comforting. Or dessert-y. (I love that being a blogger allows me to make up words.)
Before I realized that there were desserts that I could make super quickly and easily, I ate WAY too many Oreos (they are MSPI-safe).
Like, I’m not even going to tell you how many bags of Oreos I ate. Enough that I may never want to eat another Oreo again.
I’ve also included some recipes that would work great around the holidays, because that was always the hardest for me. I actually prepared my own turkey dinner and took a pre-prepared plate with me to the three different Thanksgiving dinners that I attended one year.
Just remember that you are eating a healthier diet these days, so a little dairy and soy free indulgence is quite all right.
If you’re just starting out and don’t really know what you’re doing, check out my MSPI Baby Beginner’s Guide.
The following recipes:
- are quick to make
- are simple
- don’t include any specialty ingredients
- are safe and delicious (of course!)
- Dairy and Soy Free Desserts
- Pumpkin Coconut Creme Brulee
- Oatmeal Energy Balls
- Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Blueberry Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
- Almond Milk Fudge Pops
- Flourless Chocolate Mudslide Cookies
- Apple Crumble Muffins
- Banana, Coconut And Blueberry Loaf
- Chocolate Blueberry Nut Clusters
- Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie
- Vanilla Raspberry Oreo Cake
Dairy and Soy Free Desserts
Pumpkin Coconut Creme Brulee
If you’re looking for something super indulgent, but healthier, this Pumpkin Coconut Creme Brulee is amazing (and surprisingly simple to make).
Oatmeal Energy Balls
It doesn’t get much easier than these Oatmeal Energy Balls. Simply combine the ingredients, roll and refrigerate. And thanks to the oats, these are milk supply boosters, too.
Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies
Have you ever made Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies? If you haven’t, beware, you may never go back! Just make sure to use Enjoy Life chocolate chips.
Blueberry Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
Blueberry Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. I don’t think I need to say anything more.
Almond Milk Fudge Pops
If you have older kids, why not make these Almond Milk Fudge Pops together. Then you’ll have a sweet treat that everyone in the family will enjoy.
Flourless Chocolate Mudslide Cookies
Flourless Chocolate Mudslide Cookies are better than Oreos and are healthy too. You’ll forget that you miss dairy with these!
Apple Crumble Muffins
These Apple Crumble Muffins are like an apple pie in muffin form.
Banana, Coconut And Blueberry Loaf
Banana, Coconut and Blueberry Loaf with a delicious icing on top? So good you’ll have to hold yourself back from eating the entire loaf before it even cools.
Chocolate Blueberry Nut Clusters
Super simple and reminiscent of those chocolate covered blueberries that you can buy for 10 dollars a bag at the supermarket. These Chocolate Blueberry Nut Clusters are far superior.
Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie
The holidays can be extra difficult when you’re unexpectedly (and unwantedly) dairy free. But don’t worry, this Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie will save the (Thanksgiving) day. Even if it’s not Thanksgiving, if you want the pie, eat the pie.
Vanilla Raspberry Oreo Cake
Thinking that you can’t eat cake? Think again! This Vanilla Raspberry Oreo Cake just might have to be made by me. Like, right this instant.
If you love these recipes, but want MORE, check out my Complete Guide On Breastfeeding A Baby With MSPI. It not only contains over 100 recipes, but it also includes everything you need to know about MSPI so that you can continue to breastfeed your baby for as long as you’d like.