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You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't love the creamy texture of desserts like whipped cream and ice cream, but unfortunately, dairy doesn’t agree with everyone.

For those who are lactose-intolerant (i.e., lack sufficient lactase to break down milk sugars) or allergic to dairy, consuming the stuff can cause a whole spectrum of uncomfortable digestive issues, ranging from bloating and cramping to diarrhea and vomiting. Not to mention, milk contains other components that could leave you feeling weighed-down, like casein protein (milk’s primary allergen and a potential source of gastrointestinal inflammation) and saturated fat, which may trigger inflammation in obese people, according to a study in the journalCell Reports.

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There is some good news, though. While it used to be that dairy-free folks had to simply live without their favorite lactose-heavy sweets or choke down a not-so-tasty alternative, that’s no longer the case. Over the last few years, food innovators have begun churning out dairy-free desserts that areactuallymelt-in-your-mouth delicious. Here are some of our new sweet and indulgent favorites:

So Delicious Dipped Salted Caramel or Double Chocolate Delight Bars

So Delicious Dipped Salted Caramel or Double Chocolate Delight Bars
So Delicious

So Delicious may be best known for its yogurts and milk alternatives, but they’ve got a whole lotta yum in the freezer section, too. Our new obsession: the brand’s recently launched cashew milk frozen dessert bars in both salted caramel and double chocolate flavors. They’re as creamy and delicious as their other cashew milk options, but frozen and dunked in chocolate and packaged as individual pops for perfect portion control. What’s not to love?

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Enjoy Life Baking Chocolate Snack Packs

Enjoy Life Baking Chocolate Snack Packs
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You’ve seen Enjoy Life baking chocolate before, but now, the brand has cute little snack-pack versions of it in both milk and dark chocolate. Even though “snacking” on straight chocolate might seem like a real indulgence, these packs are practically guilt-free, with only 140 calories and 9 grams of sugar each. Toss one in your kid’s lunchbox, keep one in your purse to satisfy a sweet tooth on-the-go, or mix the chips with nuts and whole grain cereal to create a homemade trail mix.

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Dairy-Free Halo Top Flavors

Dairy-Free Halo Top Flavors

As if churning out low-calorie, high-protein ice cream that actually tastes good wasn’t enough to make us obsessed with Halo Top, the brand recently released seven dairy-free varieties made with coconut milk. Just like their traditional flavors, these are super low-cal (ranging from 280 to 360 calories for an entire pint) and low-sugar to boot! (They’re sweetened with a mix of organic cane sugar and stevia.) They don’t skimp on flavor either: The cinnamon roll variety contains real pieces of vegan cinnamon-roll dough, and peanut butter cup is oozing with ribbons of all-natural peanut butter.

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Make delicious ice cream in your blender with this easy recipe:

Trader Joe’s Coffee Mochi

Trader Joe’s Coffee Mochi
Trader Joe’s

This is the chewy-outside, creamy-inside mochi of your dreams—sans dairy. (It’s made with coconut milk instead of cow’s milk.) In perfect Trader Joe’s fashion, the flavor here is a bit offbeat—coffee, rather than chocolate or green-tea—which makes for a unique dairy-free treat you can’t find anywhere else. The best part: A lava-like mocha sauce in the center of the creamy filling adds a flavor boost to every bite.

Sirabella’s New York Style Vegan Cheesecake

Sirabella’s New York Style Vegan Cheesecake
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The decadent creaminess of traditional cheesecake seems like it’d be simply impossible to recreate without the richness of cheese itself. But Sirabella’s has figured out a way to do just that—using a soy-based lactic acid and "cream cheese," along with a variety of natural gums for thickness. It’s also vegan and boasts an impressive graham cracker crust made with graham, wheat flour, tapioca starch, and molasses. (If you’re in search of a cheesecake that’s both dairy- and gluten-free, go for Daiya’s variety instead.)

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Chimes Coconut Toffee

Chimes Coconut Toffee
Chimes

Whether you prefer to chew your toffee or let it dissolve on your tongue, Chimes has you covered with both chewy and hard toffee varieties made with pressed coconut milk (instead of the traditional butter) and caramelized cane sugar. Sold in bags of individually wrapped pieces, Chimes toffee is a great dairy-free option for when you’re craving a single bite of sweetness. (Want to make sweet, dairy-free treats at home? Don’t miss these 3 delicious desserts you'd never know are vegan.)

Trader Joe’s Coconut Whipped Topping

Trader Joe’s Coconut Whipped Topping
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The latest addition to Trader Joe’s ever-growing dairy-free selection, coconut whipped cream hit shelves last month to the singing praise of dairy-free people everywhere. Swirl it on a pecan or apple pie, or use it as topping for a warm mug of Trader Joe’s new Almond Nog—that is, if you can manage not to eat it directly from the bottle.

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NadaMoo! Coconut Milk Ice Cream

NadaMoo! Coconut Milk Ice Cream
NadaMoo!

This Texas-based coconut-milk ice cream company says it all with its name—“NadaMoo,” get it? (No dairy!) They’ve been making  since 2004, but just recently released three new flavors: chocolate peanut butter with swirls of real peanut butter, birthday cake cookie dough with sprinkles and cake bites, and rocky road with almonds, cookies, and marshmallows. At 150 calories per serving or less, they’ll also leave your diet totally intact. (Psst! Did you know that you can also make dairy-free ice cream in your blender!? Click through to these 5 easy, dairy-free ice cream recipes that taste amazing to learn how!)

Enjoy Life Brownie Mix

Enjoy Life Brownie Mix
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Sometimes it seems like the best dairy-free desserts are confined to the freezer aisle. But Enjoy Life is here to change that with a brownie mix that’s both dairy- and gluten-free. And with just over five grams of sugar per brownie, they’re guilt-free, too. Sprouted brown rice protein and rice starch gives the brownies their thick chewiness, while non-dairy chocolate chips and cocoa powder provide their chocolaty goodness.

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Katz Donuts: Powdered, Chocolate Frosted and Triple Chocolate

Katz Donuts: Powdered, Chocolate Frosted and Triple Chocolate

 is one of the few packaged donut brands that manages to keep all gluten and dairy out of its products. But before you go nibbling away mindlessly, know this: These treats are higher in calories and sugar than many of the other items on this list, making them more of a diet splurge than something you should eat regularly. To aid in portion control, store them in your freezer and thaw one donut at a time to truly savor it.

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Breyers Non-Dairy Frozen Desserts

Breyer’s Non-Dairy Frozen Desserts
Breyer’s

Coconut milk is often the milk substitute of choice among frozen dairy-free dessert manufacturers—but if you’re not a coconut lover, go for one of Breyers almond-milk based ice creams instead. The popular grocery-store ice cream company hopped on the non-dairy bandwagon earlier this year, releasing vanilla peanut butter and cookies and cream flavors, each with just 140 calories per serving.






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