I’m here today reviewing another product that we can substitute for butter in our allergy free baking. Last time, I talked about Nutiva’s coconut oil shortening. However, there are folks who are allergic to coconut.
Crisco Baking Sticks are made from soy and palm oil, so if you’ve got a coconut allergy and can safely use soy, read on. Continue reading Allergy Free Baking: Crisco Baking Sticks Review
Maybe you or someone you love misses this cookie classic. Maybe your child, like mine, never even got a chance to eat one before getting diagnosed with their allergies. Whatever the reason, I am so excited to have a simple allergy free recipe for chocolate chip cookies to share with you to start the new year. Continue reading Simple Allergy Free Recipes: Chocolate Chip Cookies
We’ve got one frequent guest with ragweed allergies. Because of this, sometimes stevia is not an option in my baked goods if I want to include this family friend. Luckily, there’s another sugar substitute for diabetics. I’m talking about monkfruit. Continue reading Lakanto Monkfruit Blend: a Sugar Substitute for Diabetics
If you’re cooking for people with allergies, a good blender is a must. But the most important feature to look for is how easy it is to clean it thoroughly.
I’ve compiled a list here of blenders that are easy to clean. This will assure there is no cross contamination happening when you prepare foods for cooking, or make smoothies or juices. Continue reading Kitchen Essentials: Easy to Clean Blender