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​Strawberries & “Crème”
Here is a fun drink that is a great dairy-free alternative for every Neocate toddler and child to enjoy. This recipe is super simple and quick to make using only 3 ingredients. We like this recipe for the light strawberry taste combined with the pleasant background vanilla flavor. Don’t let the name fool you: there’s no cream in this dream of a...
Tomato Basil Soup
Tomatoes harvested in the summer are ideal for making a healthy and flavorful soup when the weather turns chilly. Warm up with our dairy-free tasty...
07/23/2010
...and social richness of mealtimes. Try “repackaging” their formula. If your child doesn’t like to drink their formula from an open cup, try introducing it in a sippy cup or with a straw cup with a lid (or even better, a flavor straw!) to help decrease the smell and intensity of the flavor. Offer choices, when possible. For example, if your child brings his or her formula to school for lunch, let them choose which...
08/13/2015
...food allergies. These are tattoos that you would put on your child prior to an outing that can’t be lost or washed off during a short period of time. Medical alert bracelets are a good idea for those with severe food allergies as they are helpful for EMT personnel if there is an emergency. Re-usable wraps that hold a sandwich and then unfold to become a place mat while eating Lunch boxes with food allergy...
Butternut Squash Soup
This is a great Neocate® Nutra recipe to try when the weather starts to cool off. Butternut squash is delicious, and can be found at your local farmers market or grocery...
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...
08/26/2011
...your child’s allergies for substitutes or new employees. Discuss what to do in case of an emergency. Ask your pediatrician about keeping an epinephrine auto-injector on-site. Be sure to train the caregiver on when and how to use one. Make sure that your child fully understands what can trigger their allergy. Look at upcoming lunch or snack menus and identify safe options, also provide the school with a list of safe foods that your child...
07/16/2015
...fancying myself Wonder Woman, I decided to throw our number one rule out the window. It was a hot July afternoon and I was preparing lunch for my little men. My youngest, just a month shy of his second birthday, wanted to eat what big brother was eating – hummus. I carefully read the package and it appeared that the only ingredients he hadn’t had before were garbanzo beans and tahini. I was feeling confident...
   
 
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