Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Dairy-Free Arnold Bread

Hey everyone...I'm so sorry I haven't posted recently. I haven't had any great allergy experiments or discoveries lately. And I've been having a lot of fun at my other blog...getting crafty!

But anyways, Jeff reminded me to tell you of HIS recent find. We have been hard up for store-bought bread that is milk free. There are a few Sarah Lee and Brownberry that are safe but those were getting boring. Jeff found this bread made by Arnold. I THINK we have tried them all. But make sure to check the ingredients yourself. The word "soft" in this line made me hesitant because other brands that say "soft" or "smooth" tend to have milk. But sure enough, this is working for us and the boys love it!

Hopefully this will help someone out there!

8 comments:

Becky @ Boys Rule My Life said...

I'll have to look for that one, too, as I like to switch our breads around - and I've seen coupons for Arnold bread on occasion! :) We are fortunate that our local stores carry so many different brands and haven't had to scour the market for milk-free ones. Our top picks are Sunbeam King and recently I found Healthy Life white (it is also HFCS free!) If you have an Aldi nearby, one of their breads is milk free, too.

Amy said...

We buy Arnold a lot. Brownberry too. :)

babyboofelt said...

Awesome! I'm always looking for bread, I normally can only eat some of the king breads because a lot of breads have sodium stearoyl lactylate even with Kosher markings on them :(

dawn said...

My son eats the arnold bread on a regular basis. We really like the potato bread!

Maleah said...

This could not come at a better time. My Kroger recently discontinued the bread we always got and so far I am not impressed with the Sarah Lee what bread.

Anonymous said...

I came across a couple of different kinds of Arnold bread that was milk free and bought them for my son. I decided to call Arnold Bakery to find out if they use the same equipment to make other breads that may contain milk, eggs, nuts, etc. Arnold Bakery said that all the equipment is shared, but that they clean and dry the parts between different kinds of breads.

Anonymous said...

Arrowhead Mills Inc. is recalling Arrowhead Mills Organic Stone Ground Whole Wheat Flour, 2 pounds, with a lot code of 06OCT09.
The product could contain an undeclared dairy allergen, which could cause a severe reaction in people allergic to milk protein.

The company said there have been no reported illnesses.

The recall involves the unit UPC No. 74333-47242. The recalled product was distributed to natural food stores nationwide.

Details: by phone at 800-749-0730.

Karen said...

We use Pita Break and Italian Home Bakery bread. Pita Break is dairy free factory, Italian Home Bakery uses dairy free room.