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04/14/2017
...of what make holidays so exciting, and we know how much kids can enjoy arts and crafts. If you live in an egg-free home, there are alternatives for egg decorating that you can explore to make sure that your children have the full “holiday experience.” Several families use plastic Easter eggs for decoration, while others may defer to ceramic options. With these faux-egg choices, you can ensure that your children get to safely enjoy the...
07/03/2014
...Like most holidays, fourth of July celebrations involve a variety of tasty foods. When your little one has food allergies, it can be difficult to find tasty snacks that are allergy-friendly and can be enjoyed outside amidst the festivities. For today’s post, we’ve collected some allergy-friendly recipes that your kiddo will love! Please note that these recipes are allergy-friendly (that is, free of the top 8) but not necessarily allergy-free so please look over...
03/08/2016
Depending on where you live in the world and your personal beliefs, March 8th can either be a day of celebrating women (somewhere between a Mother’s Day and Valentine’s day) or it can take on a more political twist. Today we would like to take the opportunity to tip our hats to women everywhere and share some of our favorite inspirational quotes to help you get into a celebratory mood. “Nothing is impossible;...
Nutra Mashed Potatoes
...Need an allergy-friendly, top 8-allergens-free side dish idea? Make this mashed potato recipe using Neocate® Nutra. When making this recipe, you can adjust the amount of chicken broth used to achieve your desired mashed consistency. You can also substitute another broth based on allergies or preference. You can even use this recipe and customize it for the holidays. For example, adopt it for St. Patrick’s Day by adding green food coloring. Just be careful...
08/23/2011
As we’ve mentioned before, mixing food allergies and birthday parties requires a bit of effort. This includes both hosting a birthday party (with guests with food allergies) and sending your food-allergic child to a birthday party. We wanted to round up a few recipes that could provide a potential solution. It would also be great to have an allergen-free dessert, whether you’re hosting the party or sending your little one to a party....
10/03/2010
Halloween is just around the corner and while your little ones are getting excited for the costumes, trick-or-treating and parties, you may be worrying about how to keep them safe during a time that can be dangerous for children with food allergies. Luckily with some advance planning you can ensure that your child enjoys these activities without the risk of an allergic reaction. Serve allergy friendly treats. You can make your own safe...
08/26/2011
...can enjoy at any time. If no safe options are available, pack food from home and warn your child not to trade food with his/her classmates. Offer to bring in allergy-safe treats for holidays and special events. This way you know that your child is safe, and they won’t feel excluded from the fun! Communication and education is the most important part of going back to school with food allergies. Hopefully these tips will provide...
07/01/2011
With the Fourth of July around the corner, we wanted to share some food allergy-friendly ideas and recipes for you to enjoy during the holiday weekend. We wrote a blog in the past that may help to find general food allergy tips for planning a day out of the house. In honor of the Independence Day, I compiled a couple food allergy-friendly recipes with a red, white and blue theme. As always,...
   
 
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