10 of the best dairy-free baby recipes From first weaning through to toddler meals, try these tasty recipes for your milk-allergic baby 1 of Ad break Chicken with sweet potato, swede and carrotThis tasty casserole, with its trio of root vegetables, is a great first meat dish for your little one. Puree for first weaning, or mash for older babies who are established on solids. Click here to read the recipe. Baby dhal with pittaIf your baby is milk-free, you'll need to provide her with calcium from other sources. Lentils are rich in calcium, and this mild baby curry will also supply her with protein and carbs for energy and growth. Click here to read the recipe. Slow-cooked beef stewRich in iron and packed with veggies, this one-pot casserole will simmer away in the slow-cooker while you get on with your day. Delicious served with mashed potato or rice. Click here to read the recipe. Pork and paprikaA great introduction to mild spices, this tasty recipe also includes baked beans - a good source of calcium for dairy-free tots. Click here to read the recipe. Continue slideshow > Cod creoleCombining sweet and savoury flavours is a good way to encourage babies to try and enjoy a broader variety of foods. This tasty fish stew includes mild spices and tinned pineapple for sweetness. Click here to read the recipe. Home made haddock fish fingersWith many processed foods containing milk or milk traces, making your own is the best way to avoid triggering your little one's allergies. These haddock fish fingers are easy to make and guaranteed to appeal to toddlers. Click here to read the recipe. Lamb rice casseroleCooking for a dairy-free child often means preparing two separate meals - one for your tot, and one for everyone else - but the whole family will happily tuck into this super-easy, all-in-one hotpot. Click here to read the recipe. Sweet and sour chickenOriental cuisine tends to be low on dairy ingredients, making it ideal for children with milk allergies. This colourful stir fry is delicious with noodles or rice. Click here to read the recipe. Continue slideshow > Peach puddingA tasty alternative to yoghurt that is made with your baby's usual milk - whether that be dairy-free formula or an alternative like soya, rice or oat milk. Click here to read the recipe. Aubergine and red pepper curryA mild curry that's big on flavour. Serve with rice or fingers of naan bread. Try adding some cooked chicken to the recipe to boost the protein content. Click here to read the recipe. Read more: * Feeding a child with a dairy allergy * 30 baby puree recipes * 10 of the best vegetarian baby recipes By Lucy Dimbylow Comments Latest on MadeForMums Little girl wakes her parents up in the *creepiest* way The age gap Sam Faiers REALLY wants between her children Is this the answer to helping your child sleep on a plane? How Charlie Gard's parents hope to 'save other babies and children'