Learning how to bake and cook without typical foods like milk, egg, and wheat may seem overwhelming at first. In many cases, you can easily and successfully use alternatives – we will show you how!
How to Cook and Bake Free of Allergens
Other times, it may be easier to find a new recipe. It all depends on the role of the allergen in the original recipe. For instance, replacing three or more eggs in a recipe is tricky. If you need help, ask questions on our Food & Cooking Support Forum.
There are many dairy-free alternatives available these days. From a wide variety of non-dairy milk beverages to cream cheeses, you can find milk-free replacements for dairy products. We review the possibilities and recommendations for milk-free foods.
Did you know there are egg-free mayos? Or that you can replace an egg in a muffin recipe with applesauce, pureed sweet potatoes, or a mashed banana? Learn how to bake and cook egg-free with our tips on egg substitutions.
There are many wheat-free and gluten-free companies that offer pastas, tortillas, flours and breads. But learning how to bake wheat-free and gluten-free takes time. Be sure to review our tips, and don’t be afraid to keep trying new variations or methods.
Soy is a very common ingredient in American foods. It can be harder to avoid if you are also avoiding milk. However, there are options for milk-free and soy-free ingredients. We also show you how to replace soy foods like soy sauce and miso.
Did you know that you can roast certain beans to make nut replacements? Or that pretzels can be used to make a pecan-free pecan pie? Find these tips and others in our guide to cooking without nuts.
Corn is a very common ingredient. Our guide helps you find alternatives if you are managing corn allergy.