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Sunbutter Fudge

Fudge.  Oh how I love thee.  You are a special.  You are indulgent. And you never seem to get old and boring!   I’ve always felt a twinge of sorrow for my child with severe nut allergies when we’ve had to pass on the fudge.  But alas, no fudge passing will be needed here!  We found […]

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Easy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

We can’t seem to get enough of recipes by Elaine Gordon.  Here’s another winning recipe that even kids with food allergies can enjoy.  It’s not only free of the most common allergens, but easy to make and oh so healthy too.    Tis the season for Butternut Squash Soup!  This ultra-simple recipe doesn’t require that […]

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Vegan, Gluten Free & Nut Free Soft-Baked Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Recipe

There’s nothing that says home quite like a chewy, warm, oatmeal raisin cookie. But, if your kiddo has food allergies, enjoying these tasty treats may be impossible–but not anymore! Eating by Elaine has graciously allowed us to share this vegan, gluten free and nut free soft-baked oatmeal raisin cookie recipe. Bake it at home and […]

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Allergy-Friendly, Kid-Approved Recipe: SunButter Snails

Looking for a fun way to spend time with your kids this summer? Our friends over at SunButter have come up with the perfect solution: head to the kitchen and make these allergy-friendly SunButter Snails together! Don’t worry you’re not actually making snails, but you are making a top 8 allergen-free, nutritious snack that kids with […]

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Why is Wearing an Allergy Bracelet / Medical ID So Important?

I started AllerMates after an incident with my food allergic son’s preschool. One of his buddies, who had multiple food allergies including a dairy allergy, was given a dairy snack by his teacher. He had a severe allergic reaction, and I started to think about how easily that could have been my son.  I set […]

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No Bake-Energy Bites! Allergy-Friendly and Healthy Treats!

I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for treats for my kids that are not only allergy-friendly but healthy as well–not to mention easy to make.  Oh and of course delicious, too!  I realize that having all of those qualities is a lot easier said than done so when I was approached […]

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The Proper Steps For Testing Your Child For Celiac Disease

In honor of Celiac Awareness Month, we asked Margaret Clegg from Mi Gluten Free Gal to guest blog for us about testing your child for Celiac Disease. Your child is not feeling well. They’re tired, their stomach hurts, and they all around don’t feel right. You’ve searched WebMD, looking for possible answers.. Maybe you’ve had a […]

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What it means to go gluten free

Your child has just been diagnosed with celiac disease, or your doctor has recommended removing grains to determine once and for all if they’re at the root of your kid’s upset stomach. It’s time to go gluten free – a term most people didn’t know existed until just three years ago! Have you ever stopped to think about […]

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Trapped in a wheat/gluten maze? Read this and get out.

Your daughter has a wheat allergy, but Jane’s son has celiac disease. You know her allergy is kind of like his disease, but still different. Throw in gluten intolerance, and it all gets VERY confusing. Is it happy hour yet? UGH.

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