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    1. Oh my gosh. I’m so sorry! You add it right away with the potatoes. I’ll change that in the recipe right away.

  1. I have a tree nut allergy and my husband (and our new niece) has the dairy allergy – so do you have a good suggestion on something to use instead of almond milk? I’d love to make something that the entire family can enjoy this Thanksgiving!

    1. You can use any other dairy free milk. I would suggest trying soy, oat, rice or even hemp milk until you find the one you like best!

    2. You can also use refrigerated coconut milk (which is often thinner and more like almond milk, just make sure you buy unsweetened) or even more canned coconut milk!

    1. Yes definitely! I haven’t tried freezing it, but I am fairly certain it would freeze just fine. Although the texture may not stay 100% when thawed.

  2. Thanks! Was so scared how my mashed potatoes would turn out on thanksgiving when I saw I only had unsweetened coconut milk. I read this recipe which says they come out great with coconut milk and they did! No sweet or coconut flavor just fluffy creamy mashed potatoes.

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