We take a look at the top “Free-From” bloggers that you should be reading, following and getting inspiration from. We’ll let you if the blogger is gluten free, dairy free, lactose free, raw, vegan etc so you can see if they fit the diet and lifestyle you want.
I Hate You Milk
Ok – slightly cheating on this one – ME! I am lactose free blogger, based in the UK. this means my recipes will contain dairy substitutes, or milk with no lactose. My recipes and posts can generally be adapted by swapping out the milk/butter for their dairy free alternatives. However they can contain things like eggs and animal milk. (As my diet stems for lactose intolerance.
Dairy Free Betty
A Canadian dairy free blogger. (So they may not all be vegan friendly) Lots of great posts, very health focused and in lots of useful details. Another passionate blogger that because she wants to help people and share advice not because she’d paid by a big company.
Living with CMPA
A fellow UK blogger. Cows milk protein allergy means no milk at all as its an allergy to the protein in the milk rather than the lactose so you’ll find lots of dairy free recipes on there.. LOTS of great recipes and ideas on the blog. A great resource for both advice and recipes. A very complete site. Very knowledgable and active on both her site, and on FB groups (allergy and blogger alike!)
Go Dairy Free
Go dairy free is US based. It comes up a lot in my research and my questions. Great resource, although more US based content (restaurants and products) – worth reading and following even in you’re in the UK.
Very famous! Worth following for sure. She even has cook books out and i’m pretty sure i’ve seen her on TV a few times. Allergy free food. Always worth following on social as theres plenty of good inspiration to be found.
Other great UK food intolerance bloggers I follow
Adventures of an allergy mummy. All my recipes are dairy soya wheat and gluten free, so you’ll find recipes that include meat.
A Balanced Belly – Mostly gluten and dairy free food, as well as general IBD advice/help.
Bakes books and my boys – Lovely UK mummy blog with gluten free recipes.
Another great trick to find dairy free blogs is to follow vegan bloggers. These will always be lactose and dairy free 🙂
Who have we missed? Have we missed your blog or your favourite. Comment below and we’ll have a look and add you.