Allergic kids will have a blast with these safe and bite-size snack foods by Keeley McGuire, the food-allergy blogger known for her incredible lunchtime ideas. Here’s a taste of her allergy-friendly creations, which were featured in Allergic Living’s Spring 2015 magazine. Cruisin’ Corndogs For a party or to up the fun factor at dinnertime, you… Read more »
Seasoned seeds can offer delicious crunch and savory flavor to any plate of greens, but many brands are packaged on equipment shared with tree nuts and peanuts, or dusted with dairy or gluten. Fortunately, there are a few allergy-friendly options. Gerbs (www.mygerbs.com) offers a wide range of seeds, from sunflower to hemp, roasted and packaged… Read more »
Alisa Fleming is a contributing editor to Allergic Living magazine and the author of Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance and Casein Free Living, and founder of Godairyfree.org. First published in Allergic Living magazine. To subscribe, click here.
Tips by Simon Clarke First published in Allergic Living magazine. To subscribe and get the magazine to your door, click here.
Oil can be substituted for butter in many types of baked goods, including cookies. Since oil has a higher fat content than butter, substitute just ¬æ cup of oil for every 1 cup of butter called for in cakes, cupcakes, breads and muffins. For cookies, use just ½ cup of oil for every 1 cup… Read more »
When it comes to dairy-free chocolate, there can be a lot of confusion. So let’s walk through what chocolate is – and isn’t – safe for a person with a milk allergy. Many people in the food allergy community will assume that chocolate contains dairy. However, pure chocolate is in fact dairy-free. True dark and… Read more »