Izzi B’s A Friend To Those With Food Allergies

A few weeks ago I added a post to my facebook page asking for recommendations on an allergy friendly gingerbread house the whole family could put together and eat together.  One friend, whose name I won’t mention out respect for her privacy, referred me to her friend’s company, Izzi B’s. I’d never heard of it … Continue reading

Mimi’s Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

On  June 1st, The Food Allergy Mom began a new post series called, “What’s Cookin’ In Grandma’s Kitchen” to encourage food allergy families to reclaim their kitchens.  A couple of times each week I will be posting allergy-friendly, gluten-free, and nut-free versions of my grandmother’s recipes. I have dozens of my grandmother’s old recipe cards … Continue reading

Mimi’s SunButter Balls

On  June 1st, The Food Allergy Mom began a new post series called, “What’s Cookin’ In Grandma’s Kitchen” to encourage food allergy families to reclaim their kitchens.  A couple of times each week I will be posting allergy-friendly, gluten-free, and nut-free versions of my grandmother’s recipes. I have dozens of my grandmother’s old recipe cards … Continue reading

Gluten-Free Pie Crust for the Holidays

If you’re gluten-free like me, with the holiday season approaching you are craving delicious flaky gluten-filled pies of all kinds:  pumpkin, pecan, apple, cherry, and the list goes on. Normally I don’t like to fork over the cash a ready-made gluten-free pie crust costs, unless it’s the holidays.  I usually buy Gillian’s gluten-free pie crust … Continue reading

St. Patty’s Day Green Treats from Sunbutter

As mentioned in a previous post, I am a huge fan of SunButter (a peanut butter-like substance that is peanut, tree nut, and gluten-free).  It’s perfect snack for a family with food allergies. I made some delicious SunButter and Hershey Kiss cookies (an old family recipe that originally required peanut butter) at Christmas and noticed that … Continue reading

Fabulous Fudgy Brownies

I came across this recipe a number of years ago when my son had not yet outgrown his egg allergy.  It is still one of my family’s favorites today.  I believe it is a recipe from FAAN (Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network). When my son was first diagnosed we tried dozens of recipes for cookies … Continue reading

Peanut, Nut, and Egg-Free Granola Bars

I got inspired today to make some granola bars for my son to take for snack time when he goes back to school this week.  I can’t ever seem to find a reasonably priced, peanut/nut/egg-free granola bar on the market…grocery store or specialty store. A few years ago, the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network shared … Continue reading