New dairy free finds in Morrisions free from range

When I heard that Morrisons had upped their game with regards to their free from products I have to admit to being a tad sceptical. I had never found their free from section inspiring and it seemed to have very little dairy free or should I say milk free options. Like most free from sections it was aimed mainly at the gluten free market. As I was passing a store and needed a few groceries I decided to pop in and investigate to see if indeed their expanded free from section could impress me. Well, I have to admit to be taken by surprise. There was indeed a larger free from section not only filled with well-known free from brands but new Morrisons products. Not only that a lot were also milk free in the sweet treats section as I like to call it. I had to take a double take as I really didn’t expect it. After letting out a little yelp and doing a mini gig on the spot it was time to investigate this section of the supermarket in more detail. I’ve included a snap shot of some of my finds. I have focussed mainly on sweet treats as this is what I personally find more difficult to buy. They are all gluten free, wheat free and milk free.
Jam Tarts
Pecan Tarts
Cherry Bakewell Tarts
Flapjack Slices
Fruit Cake Slices
Ginger Cake Slices
Raspberry Macaroon Slices
Coffee Cake Slices
Fruit & Nut Bars
Oh and yes I may have taken a few treats home with me for my mum and I to try. On packaging my treats the lady at the till explained very proudly that Morrisons now had a larger free from section than Sainsbury’s. So I’m giving a big thumbs up to Morrisons for providing a more extensive free from range that is milk free and suitable for dairy free me. I’m sure it won’t be long before I return to try some more treats.

34 thoughts on “New dairy free finds in Morrisions free from range

  1. I had to eat free-from food for a while, as advised by my doctor. I remember the excitement each time I saw a new product. There is a great range here with some things I haven’t seen in free from ranges before – I particularly like the look of the pecan tarts! #ThatFridayLinky

    • Hi, I’m glad not the only one who excited about new free from products. It’s just nice to have more sweet treats to try. Those pecan tarts are on my wish list to try, Chloe.

  2. The story of my life too! Looks like lots of yummy goodies we can eat. But I worry about all of the weird crap they put in them. Jam tarts are so easy to make at home without all of the yucky additions. Off to see if I can find a recipe.
    Have you seen the new ‘cheeses’ in sainsbury free from? Wensleydale with cranberry! Although overall I prefer Tesco as most of their ‘normal’ stuff is ok.
    #dreamteam #dairyintollerant

  3. Oh it must be really difficult when you have to avoid certain foods. I converted to Morrisons for our weekly shop about 6 months ago, and I do really like their food (and prices!). I’m glad to hear that they also stock a good range of free-from products too #dreamteam

  4. Peacan Tarts and Coffee Cake Slices?! I need to get myself over to Morrisons!! Thanks so much for posting the ingredients too, as I’m gluten free. This looks like a great range, doesn’t it? Thanks so much for linking this up to #DreamTeam! 🙂

  5. It’s great they have done this as so many stores provide a good free from range. Hope they didn’t disappoint and you had a good treat! Thanks for sharing with #bestandworst x

  6. I love building a bank of ‘new finds’ too! The flapjacks are perfect for my little girl. Must look for them! Thanks for sharing the labels, that’s really helpful! Thanks for joining in with #FreeFromFridays.

  7. Interesting – it sure looks like they are upping their game. I can never understand why companies use so many nuts in free-from products though. Same with egg. If you’re going to substitute wheat and dairy, you may as well leave out egg too, right? Out of all the products listed here, only one is suitable for my multiallergy family. I’ll still go check out the new range though! #twinklytuesday

    • Hi, I hope you can find some other treats to try. I totally agree with you it’s very much aimed at the gluten free individual. It is improving so let’s hope it continues to encompass more allergies.

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