Does anyone have any home made dip recipes suitable for an 18 month old's snacktime that are dairy/cheese free? We are lactose intolerant and I'm finding it nigh on impossible to buy or make her any dips, I don't want her to miss out.
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03-05-2012 13:51 #1
Dairy/Cheese free dips
03-05-2012 13:54 #2
Not homemade sorry but I did notice that woolies had just started stocking dairy free dips, few different flavors and organic too from memory...
03-05-2012 13:59 #3
How about a hummus dip?
440g can chickpeas drained and rinsed
2 cloves garlic crushed
3 tbsp oil
1/3 tbsp parsley chopped
Salt to taste
Combine in a food processor and blend till smooth
I haven't tried this one yet though, so sorry not sure whether it's a good one 😊
03-05-2012 18:42 #4Senior Member
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egg dip (with mayo, salt & pepper, sometimes a tiny bit of curry).
Avocado dip (with fresh lemon salt and pepper).
Before realising DS was allergic to sesame seeds we made hummus. Also did raw tahini with a tiny bit of either honey or real maple syrup.
Can do a zucchini dip but that wasn't a hit here. Eggplant dip with either tahini or mayo.
03-05-2012 21:02 #5
- Avocado dip (basically a light toddler friendly version of guacamole)
- Beetroot dip
- Carrot & Chickpea
All have been favorites of DD's since she was young.
03-05-2012 21:05 #6
03-05-2012 21:13 #7Senior Member
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castlemaine does dairy free dips.
03-05-2012 21:20 #8
1 eggplant- roasted skin off
4 tablespoons lemon juice
4 tablespoons tahini
2 tablespoons sesame seeds
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 to 2 tablespoons olive oil
Chuck all in blender !
500grams roasted pumpkin
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp tahini
1 clove garlic
Chuck all in blender!
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03-05-2012 21:39 #9
03-05-2012 21:45 #10
All of my in laws (and my husband) are lactose intolerant - this is a favourite of theirs.
1 tin of tuna flakes
A little sweet chilli (could possibly substitute a little bit of tomato relish)
Some chopped spring onions
Mix it all really well - yum!
Also, Yumi's does a really yummy sweet potato dip.
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