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Easy Baking Hacks for a Healthier, Allergen-Friendly Holiday

Have an allergy or intolerance? Or cooking for someone who does? We get it, it can be a daunting task. But don't worry -- we got you. Check out our recommended substitutes below for some of the most common, yet problematic baking ingredients.

Ingredient:

     - Sugar

Substitutes:

     1. Maple Syrup // Why we love it: vegan, low GI (aka doesn't spike your blow sugar), unrefined, free of all 8 major allergens

     2. Monk Fruit // Why we love it: vegan, low GI, unrefined, free on all 8 major allergens

     3. Coconut Sugar // Why we love it: vegan, low GI, unrefined, friendly to most allergies except nuts

 

Ingredient:

     - Milk

Substitutes:

     1. Oat Milk // Why we love it: vegan, free of all 8 major allergens, creamy without the cream, neutral flavor

     2. Cashew Milk // Why we love it: vegan, friendly to those with anything EXCEPT a nut allergy, creamy without the cream, neutral flavor

     3. Macadamia Milk // Why we love it: vegan, friendly to those with anything EXCEPT a nut allergy, creamy without the cream, a flavor that lends well to sweetness

 

Ingredient:

     - Flour

Substitutes:

     1. Oat Flour // Why we love it: vegan, free of top 8 major allergens, neutral flavor, behaves quite closely to wheat flour

     2. Almond Flour // Why we love it: vegan, friendly to those with anything EXCEPT a nut allergy, nutty flavor that works well in desserts, behaves quite closely to wheat flour

     3. Cassava Flour // Why we love it: vegan, free of top 8 major allergens, neutral flavor, behaves quite closely to wheat flour

 

Ingredient:

     - Butter

Substitutes:

     1. Melt Plant-based Butter //  We're not going to give options here and instead we're just going to be very straight forward - the brand Melt makes the superior butter substitute and you can use it just as you would regular butter. You will also be convinced it's the real thing. Don't bother with anything else.

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