Thursday, November 14, 2013

Holiday Cooking with Food Allergies

Cooking with Food Allergies
November traditionally marks the start of warm baked goods cooking in the kitchen.  Baking together is a fun, wonderful activity to do with children that produces a delicious sharable treat in the end. 
However, for children and families with food allergy, baking together is often challenging. 

Parent's are left to figure out substitutions to recipes and modify them on the fly to make them allergy free for their loved ones.  This is often time consuming and offers it's on set of challenges.

Below is a list of resources for allergy free recipes and places to order allergy free mixes for your convenience.

I hope below helps fill your holiday table with delicious food.  If you have other resources, please feel free to share them.

Happy Holidays- Dr. Collins!

Bumbalooza- I love this company!  Created by two moms who loved to bake who had kids with food allergies, they've created easy-to-make treats and instructions to help you identify where the kids can help! Whether it is counting, pouring, stirring or tasting, the opportunities to bond are limitless!

 Allergen's Free Baker's Handbook- written by a mom with children who have food allergies, this book is filled with wonderful recipes for everyday.
Allergy-free Desserts: Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Egg-free, Soy-free, and Nut-free Delights- Want to create something sweet and tasty for your holiday table?  This cookbook with wow you with wonderful allergy free deserts. 
What's to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook- easy directions and easy recipes fill this cook book.  You'll be surprised by what you can do without milk, egg and nuts.


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