Do you break out in a sweat when you’re tasked with ordering corporate catering, and you need to cater for special diets or a food allergy? When it comes to ordering corporate catering for guests with special dietary needs, it doesn’t have to be stressful. Whether you’re an expert in ordering special dietary catering, or you just need to impress your lactose-intolerant boss, we’ve got you covered with our wide range of catering menu options.
Check out some of our dairy free catering options and ideas below and if you’re really stuck for ideas, you can always speak to the corporate and events catering gurus at EatFirst. We’re the experts in office catering and special dietary requirements, and we’ll ensure no one goes hungry at your next corporate breakfast, working lunch or company event.
Kick-start your day with a delicious and healthy smoothie. Using dairy free yoghurt, coconut milk or almond milk with a range of fresh fruit and vegetables, smoothies will fill up your tummy and help get you through to lunchtime.
For the ultimate breakfast on the go, or as an afternoon pick me up, dairy free protein balls are perfect bite-sized energy boosters. They’ll help keep you focused and keep the tummy rumbles at bay.
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Spring rolls are easy, crowd-pleasing finger food items that everyone will enjoy and they're perfect for people with a special diet. Whether you're catering for vegetarians or for meat lovers, they’re tasty and so easy to eat.
Look to Indian catering menus for samosas. There are lots of different filling combinations you can try including spiced potato, onions, peas, lentils minced lamb or beef. They’re perfect as a snack, in a lunch box, at a corporate BBQ, picnic or corporate event.
Throw the perfect morning or afternoon tea with these delicious special diet and dairy free sweet treat options:
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Try these yummy dairy free dips that are perfect for munching on at working lunches, afternoon tea and corporate parties. They're delicious with veggie sticks or dairy and gluten free bread and crackers.
Sushi catering is the perfect choice for special diets. The options are endless and there’s enough variety to satisfy everyone’s needs, including vegetarian, vegan and dairy free.
Make your own taco and pile on whatever you want! Tomato, lettuce, fish, pickled onions, beef, salsa, chicken - the sky’s the limit! A make your own taco bar is perfect for working lunches or a staff lunch as it lets everyone decide on what they want.
Hailing from Hawaii, poke (pronounced poke-ay) is a simple salad bowl but with a sushi twist. It’s a healthy and super tasty lunch that come in a variety of flavours - such as sashimi, avocado, carrot and cucumber on a bed of rice. Poke bowls are an ideal choice for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free and dairy free diets.
Colourful, delicious, healthy and filling, grain bowls can be made with a variety of grains, such as quinoa, rice or farro. They’re so versatile, making them perfect for any special dietary restrictions, which means you can include an assortment of vegetables and meats to it to suit your tastes.
For a hassle-free office lunch that’s also dairy free, it doesn’t get much simpler than skewers. Whether you’re ordering lamb, chicken, beef or veggies on skewers, make sure it’s served with lots of sides, such as salads for a well-rounded and filling lunch.
We're experts in special diet catering menus our system will ensure when you need dairy free catering for your next business lunch it will be a doddle! If you need help, give our office catering experts a call on 020 3890 2200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll recommend the perfect catering menu for your next working lunch or corporate event. Whether you're after lunch, dinner, sweet treats or something in between we've got a corporate catering menu to suit your needs.
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