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Smothering veggies with a boatload of cheddar is one of the oldest tricks in the book. But what if your preschooler can’t eat cheese—or milk or butter? We’ve come to the rescue with 18 dairy-free recipes that are so delicious, your kiddo will practically lick the plate.
It’s OK to give yourself a break and use pre-sliced, dairy-free cheese (it’s plant-based and good for little ones).
Mac and cheese doesn’t equal dinner. Unless the “cheese” is actually pureed veggies.
Meet the easiest “cream” sauce you’ll ever make.
Dinner has never been so fun.
Faster than dialing your takeout joint.
Make them yourself instead of deciphering a long ingredient list.
Sweet potato coins > tortilla chips. (Unless your kid is a spicy food fiend, go easy on the jalapeños.)
Delicious, flaky and packed with veggies.
No sour cream or butter = way healthier than the OG version.
Yep, homemade cashew mozzarella is a thing. It’s delicious—and surprisingly easy.
Cumin and cinnamon-spiced beef? Sign us up.
Nutritional yeast is basically fairy dust, people.
Because your preschooler loves finger foods.
Totally irresistible thanks to smashed avocado and (slightly) spicy mayo.
So healthy, it’s OK if you steal a few.
Who needs fettuccine Alfredo?
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