Top Rated Dairy Recipes

banana coffee milkshake
If you drink coffee every day, milk and sugar can get pretty boring. A different take on your usual caffeine fix blends coffee with bananas, vanilla, milk, and cinnamon to create your own healthy Frappuccino.
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This recipe recreates a tried and true Southern dessert, banana pudding. The dessert features a quick version of the treat by stirring sliced banana and vanilla wafers into pudding.Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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4.5
Raspberry Lemonade Punch
Lemonade, lemon-lime soda and raspberry sherbet make a delicious punch bowl pink lemonade, best topped with some whipped cream.This recipe is courtesy of Ready Set Eat.
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4.5
Frozen dream cones are created by spreading the inside of the cone with a layer of peanut butter and topping it with whipped cream before freezing the cones for one hour.Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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4.5
Sure, ready-made cinnamon rolls are delicious, but now that we have time, homemade cinnamon rolls are even better.Courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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4.2
french toast
This recipe was provided by Good Karma Foods.Instead of frying your French toast in oil, butter, and other fatty foods, make this version in the oven to take the frying out of the process. This eggnog-flavored recipe is perfect for brunch, serving up a healthy meal that everyone will love. The recipe is dairy free, gluten free, and vegan, so everyone can enjoy!
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overnight oats
Mix up your morning with sweet pumpkin, cinnamon, cayenne, and antioxidant-rich cacao to satisfy cravings and supercharge your day.This recipe is provided by registered dietitian Ashley Koff and Nature’s Path.
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As tempting as it is, don’t use the pre-ground spices from the grocery store for this one — the texture of the tea will be off.
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Anyone who has been to a Disney theme park knows the joys of Dole Whip. This frozen dairy-free dessert can be made at home with just four ingredients.This recipe is courtesy of Dole.
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Tropical Smoothie Bowl with Dairy-Free Yogurt
With this easy and bright recipe, you will have a little taste of the tropics in your kitchen. Smoothie bowls are just like your regular drinkable smoothie but thicker, served in a bowl and topped with fun add-ins, such as granola and coconut. With lots of fruits and even the option to sneak in some vegetables, this pineapple, banana and mango smoothie bowl is the perfect nutritious and diet-friendly breakfast to blend up before school or a workout.Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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Soft Serve
This chocolate “soft serve” is a great alternative to calorie-laden ice cream. You can use any non-dairy milk you like, such as coconut, almond, or soy.
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2.5
'Tis the season for pumpkin everything. This recipe puts a twist on regular chili with puréed pumpkin and a little dark chocolate. See all chili recipes. Click here to see Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate!
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