Super scrummy and speedy dairy-free cheese straws. These are great fresh from the oven, dunked in soups or taken out to share on picnics with friends. Lovely and light, you can add cayenne or pepper to spice them up!
Gorgeously light, free-from gluten, eggs, dairy & soya sponge, rammed full of delicious bramley apple chunks and topped with a cinnamon & oats crunchy topping. Absolutely yummy and really easy to make.
Watermelon – the natural coolant for sunny summer days – eat it as juicy chunks of delicious red flesh, or have a go at juicing it to get all the nutrients from the rind. Refreshing & filling!
hospital challenge day recipes
Perfect for the baked egg food challenge at the allergy clinic in hospital – these tasty treats are free-from dairy, soya, nuts and gluten, so great if your child has multiple allergies. Fingers crossed all goes well and you’re able to add baked egg to your child’s diet.
Searching for a savoury muffin for the baked-egg hospital challenge day – this one is great! You can make it dairy-free if you want, reduce the kicking cayenne, make it your own so your child enjoys their daily baked-egg dose!
These gorgeous apple & oat muffins are easy to make, free-from gluten, dairy, soya and other allergens but fulfil the hospital criteria for baked egg. Good luck! x
living with anaphylaxis
A little round up of my day at the allergy + free from fair on Saturday. There are some reviews, a little food for thought, as well as my highlights!
…makes the heart grow fonder (I hope). A little insight into how our life has changed since I last blogged as my son who has never had an allergy to wheat becomes a little bit more like me!
Some handy tips as a starting point for baking for folks with food allergies. If you are a parent of a recently diagnosed child with severe food allergies or someone who wants to be inclusive of a friend with food allergies – this is a starting point to build from.