I’m SO EXCITED for Valentine’s Day this year! Ellie is old enough now that she is getting really excited for upcoming holidays – and any reason to celebrate and make cookies is a reason to get excited in my book. Baking in a dairy free and soy free house can be hard – especially when you don’t know how to adapt your FAVORITE recipes to fit your new nutritional needs. I promise with practice it gets so much easier – but until then – you know you can always come here to search for amazing recipes that have been tweaked to make dairy free and soy free substitutions! My favorite cookie recipe IS NOT allergen friendly – but it’s just so good I can’t give it up. SO today I’m going to tell you how to make Sally’s AMAZING sugar cookies dairy free and soy free but JUST AS AMAZING!
This is the link to her original recipe – so you’re going to want to check this out first: Soft Cakey Sugar Cookies
Now how to make it fit your dairy free and/or soy free life –
1st: Substitute Butter in the cookies AND in the frosting for Country Crock Vegan Butter
2nd: Substitute Sour Cream for Vegan Sour Cream – Good Karma brand is dairy and soy free! -Out of Stock-
3rd: Substitute Heavy Cream in the frosting for canned Coconut Cream. This brand works best for me.
Now make these cookies as directed! Three simple substitutions is ALL YOU NEED PEOPLE! Don’t let special dietary needs keep you from having the fluffiest frosting this Valentine’s Day.
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