Food & Nutrition

Dairy-Free Dinner Recipes

  • Dairy-Free Fare

    Whether you’re dairy-free due to a lactose intolerance, allergic to dairy protein, or it’s a personal choice, learning how to cook without such mainstay ingredients can be tricky. But with this roster of delicious dinner ideas, you and your family won’t miss the milk. 

  • Ginger-Apricot Chicken Breasts

    If you liked dipping chicken fingers in sweet sauce as a kid, you’ll love this grown-up, healthier version. This chicken dinner will please the whole family.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Chipotle Pulled Pork

    A busy schedule could make cooking dinner every night of the week a lofty goal. But not when you have a crock-pot! This recipe only requires four ingredients, which makes shopping for it as easy as making it.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Citrus Scallops with Israel Couscous

    See food disappear with this delightful take on scallops. This recipe is quick and easy to make, so save it for a night when you’re short on time but in the mood for a special something.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Grilled Greek Sirloin Steaks

    You can’t go wrong with a good, old-fashioned meat-and-potatoes meal. It’s filling and satisfying—and a great comfort food for any time of year. The crux of this recipe lies in the seasoning, so don’t leave it out!

    Get the recipe here.

  • Chicken Posole

    Traditional posole is a Mexican stew made with pork and is usually a time-intensive endeavor. However, ready-made rotisserie chicken gives this recipe a healthier and time-saving spin.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Hearty Beef and Beer Chili

    Perhaps the ultimate comfort food, chili is perfect for cold winter nights. Give this recipe a summer makeover by making a version of the kids’ favorite: sloppy joes. Simply spoon out (hot or cold) chili onto a hamburger bun and let the finger licking begin. Forgo the sour cream and cheese for a dairy-free dinner.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Italian Veal Chops

    Move over, pork chops and sauerkraut. Tender veal may become a new family favorite. This recipe is as scrumptious as it is colorful, thanks to juicy cherry tomatoes and bell peppers that enhance the flavor of veal.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Grilled Orange Ham Steak

    If you can’t get enough of that honey-baked ham during the holidays, you’ll love this combination of sweet and salty. And you don’t have to wait for any special occasions! Whip it up any old weekend.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Mushroom and Beef Sauté

    Maximize the beef flavor with the meatiness of a myriad of mushrooms in this dish. This savory dinner will have everyone licking their plates.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Sweet and Tangy Chicken

    These glazed chicken breasts are the perfect combination of sweetness with a little zing of tanginess. If your kids are picky eaters, cut the chicken into strips or place them on the kebab for fun with food.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Turkey Rice Bowl

    Expand your family’s palates and fancy up rice and beans with this full-flavor, Vietnamese-style dish. It’s not so exotic that it will be unfamiliar, yet it’s different enough to become a treat every time you make it.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Rosemary Beef and Tomato Kebabs

    Who doesn’t like kebabs? Summer is the perfect season to break out the skewers. This recipe calls for tomatoes, but you can sub them out your favorite veggies as well.

    Get the recipe here.

  • Pan-Seared Salmon with Wilted Greens

    Salmon is a delicious, lean meat, plump with omega-3’s. Combined with antioxidant-rich wilted greens, this fish dish is a hearty serving of healthy.

    Get the recipe here.

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