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​Fruity Tutti Pancakes
Doesn’t this name just makes you want to try some? This is a great recipe if you are looking for a nice, hot breakfast option. Perfect if the rest of your family is eating pancakes and you are looking to make an allergy-friendly option. Pancakes also make a good finger-food option for weaning...
​​Turkey & Guacamole “Not-so-Quesa-dillas” ​
This easy, allergy-friendly recipe incorporates Neocate® Junior, and you can make it in under 30 minutes. Try it...
09/15/2011
School is back in session and we thought it would be a great time to share with you how to make school a safer place for your child with food allergies. Befriend the school nurse. Take your child to meet the nurse, so they can build a relationship and your child will feel more comfortable going to them. Also, make sure to provide the nurse with all the emergency medications needed for your...
​Beef & Vegetable Dinner
This Neocate® Junior recipe is allergy-friendly and you can make it in under 30 minutes for lunch or dinner. Try it...
Corn syrup solids in hypoallergenic formulas
07/14/2020
We often get questions about corn syrup and corn syrup solids. More specifically why they are in our amino acid-based formulas. Corn syrup solids are a dried version of corn syrup. To keep it simple we’ll refer to them as corn syrup from here on. We’d like to address and debunk some common misconceptions about corn syrup. We’ll also discuss why you’ll find this ingredient in Neocate and other leading brands of amino...
Macaroni & “Cheese” with Tomato & Bacon
Mac & cheese is one of the most popular foods among kids. This dairy-free recipe kicks it up a notch with tomato and...
​Sweet Potato & Chicken Casserole
Looking for a milk-free recipe that the whole family can enjoy? Make a batch for yourself and a batch that incorporates Neocate® Junior. We have you covered with this sweet potato and chicken casserole recipe. Bon...
03/09/2015
We like to share important research that we learn about related to food allergies. Here’s a study we heard about recently through Kids with Food Allergies (KFA) related to the use of epinephrine in cases of food-induced anaphylaxis. You can read KFA’s original post here. You can actually read the full article (for free!) on the website for the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. For those of you who don’t...
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