Holiday desserts aren’t entirely off limits for the dairy sensitive; often it simply means excluding the dollop of whipped cream or ice cream served on top. Note that several dessert recipes do include butter—not a problem for the lactose intolerant. Baking also usually neutralizes the effect of lactose, but you can easily swap in dairy-free milk instead. For a pretty garnish without the dairy dollop, try powdered sugar, shaved bittersweet chocolate, or curls of citrus rind. Looking to indulge your chocolate craving? Try these dairy-free chocolate treats.

Cooking Light
November 16, 2016