Diet Types: Dairy-Free

Find hundreds of dairy-free recipes on this page. These recipes contain no form of dairy, such as cheese, milk, butter, ghee, sour cream, or whey. These recipes benefit those with lactose intolerance or dairy allergies, because they eliminate casein and lactose — the main inflammation triggers in dairy. Dairy-free recipes may also reduce bloating, improve digestion, and improve skin conditions such as acne.

Dairy-free recipes for the Bulletproof Diet

The Bulletproof Diet recommends avoiding most dairy, including conventional milk, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream, because pasteurization and homogenization remove nutrients and oxidize milk fats. Dairy can also contain mold, yeast, trace antibiotics, and added sugars. While the Bulletproof Diet allows some dairy, like grass-fed butter and ghee, many Bulletproof recipes are naturally dairy-free and instead incorporate other wholesome fats, proteins, and non-dairy substitutes to keep you satiated. Use these Bulletproof, dairy-free recipes for everything from sweet breakfasts to satisfying dinners, vegan-friendly options — and even creamy ice cream.

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