The Easter holidays are upon us and that means only one thing: sweet (and yummy) treats! Ok, ok, it’s a religious occasion too, so let me dust off my Easter-best, ready for the weekend. Dairy-free treats anyone..?
Easter is a time when my kids get a whole heap of chocolate, and it’s also a time when we have to remind friends and family that Ziggy is dairy intolerant. No, he can’t just have a “little bit” of chocolate, his tummy would be a lot better if he avoided cows milk entirely.
Thankfully, as the years have gone on, dairy-free goodies have been popping up in more and more places. Our local supermarkets free-from sections have more than doubled, which means that lots of people don’t have to miss out at this time.
Last week, I took a trip to Asda to pick up a few treats and dairy-free bits ready for the weekend. Since some of you may still be on the hunt for dairy-free easter treats, I thought I’d share my finds.
Crafty Easter Goodies
Easter Masks £1.50
Pack of 16 Glitter carrots £1.00
8 mini chicks 87p
60 foam mini eggs £1.00
4 Easter nests £1.00
Dairy-free Easter Treats
Hot cross buns £2.00
Dairy free chocolate lolly 89p
Organic Rosie rabbit dairy and gluten free choccy bar 99p
Free-from tutti frutti fairy cakes £1.99 (Made with Asda free range eggs 89p and Pure Dairy-Free Spread £1.00)
Do you have any favourite places that you pick up free-from goodies? Let me know in the comments section below, I’m sure there are some fab places that need to be discovered.
Have a great Easter everybody, I hope you’ve all enjoyed the Easter break, until next year!
*This was not a sponsored post, therefore all of my recommendations were made by me, obviously I’d still share my faves if this was a collaborative post.
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