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What are some non-dairy recipes for an upcoming cooking demo?

In summary, the hostess would like an appetizer or dessert demo that is dairy-free. There are no substitutes that the author is aware of, and the recipe does not require cream cheese. Suggestions for an appetizer include the Italian stuffed calzone or the quick & easy Mom's Apple Crisp. For dessert, the author recommends the apple crisp from one of the cookbooks or the microwave dessert option.
I've got a show with a hostess next week who'd like an appetizer or dessert demo. I'd like it to be non-dairy because I know her son is allergic to dairy and I'd like for her to be able to use the recipe again because I know she doesn't cook all that much. Any thoughts? Suggestions? Also, we live outside the U.S. in an area that doesn't have a lot of dairy substitutes. About all I could get a hold of would be tofu, soy milk, vegetable sliced cheese, or frozen yogurt... Please help!
 
Non-DairyI don't thing the Apricot Almond Twist (All the Best cookbook) has dairy.
 
Dairy Free SuggestionSofia,

:eek: I also have a problem with dairy & have found it challenging to find PC recipes that do not have dairy in them. I would suggest for an appetizer the Italian or "cheeseburger" stuffed calzone that was a fast family favorite 2 seasons ago the recipe is on PC's website under celebrations. I know that the "cheeseburger" one tells you to put pieces of cheese on the dough & then top the cheese with the meat. I have made this recipe quite a few times & have left out the cheese slices & garnishing the top with the parm cheese & no one really misses the cheese. You can also designate a side of the calzone as cheese-less or make an individual calzone for the person that can not eat the dairy. That way you can still demo all of the items that the recipe calls for.

:rolleyes: Desserts I am not too sure most of PC recipes require cream cheese & I have yet to find a product of the same consistency that is dairy free. I hope this helps a little. Good Luck with your show!
 
mom's apple crisp is a great quick dessert that shows a lot of tools and is non-dairy...very fall-ish too! And it's a microwave dessert. It's in one of the cookbooks, but it is also on consultant's corner if you do a recipe search for it b/c it is in a product use and care sheet as well...if i get a chance I will try to post it later...no promises b/c this week is pretty busy for me!
 
Mom's Apple Crisp RecipeHere is the recipe Lauren was talking about... :)
 

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1. Can you recommend some non-dairy alternatives for milk and cheese in recipes?

Yes, there are many delicious non-dairy milk and cheese options available. For milk, you can use almond, coconut, soy, or oat milk. For cheese, try using cashew, almond, or soy-based cheese alternatives.

2. Are there any easy non-dairy dessert recipes?

Absolutely! You can make delicious non-dairy desserts using ingredients like coconut milk, avocado, and tofu. One easy recipe is a chocolate avocado mousse made with avocado, cocoa powder, and maple syrup.

3. Are there any non-dairy substitutes for butter in baking?

Yes, you can use coconut oil, vegan butter, or applesauce as a substitute for butter in baking recipes. Each one will give a slightly different texture and flavor, so it's best to experiment and see which one you prefer.

4. Can you suggest some non-dairy options for creamy sauces and dressings?

There are many non-dairy options for creamy sauces and dressings. You can use cashew cream, coconut milk, or tahini as a base for a creamy sauce or dressing. You can also try using avocado or silken tofu for a creamy texture.

5. Are there any non-dairy recipes for main dishes or entrees?

Yes, there are plenty of non-dairy options for main dishes and entrees. You can make stir-fries with tofu and vegetables, lentil or bean-based soups, and pasta dishes with a tomato or pesto sauce. You can also try making a vegetable curry with coconut milk or a quinoa and vegetable bowl with a tahini dressing.

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