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Special Diets for Special Kids, Volumes 1 and 2 Combined: Over 200 REVISED and NEW gluten-free casein-free recipes, plus research on the positive ... ADHD, allergies, celiac disease, and more! Paperback – May 25, 2011
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"Special Diets for Special Kids has a prominent position in our allergen-free household! We all have various food allergies and this is one resource I won't be without. Each recipe thus far has been wonderful and surprisingly simple. The Baked Kibbe, Sloppy Joes, and Hamentashen have quickly become family favorites. Eating without gluten, especially, has changed our 'hyper' son's behavior drastically and he's no longer the fussy eater that he was. His teacher was shocked at the change for the better. Oh, and our dinner guests without dining challenges love this food as well. Thank you for this indispensable resource!"
--Tamara Dever, Creative Director, TLC Graphics, and mom of family with food allergies
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Okay, I don't actually know the author, but I did attend one of her seminars years ago when my son and I were first diagnosed with Celiac Disease, and he had just started to walk. Now that he is almost in third grade, and we have lived on her recipes, all I can say is, I don't know how I managed without this book, and I am thrilled that I didn't have to manage for long, because I found her, and I bought both volumes, and it is worth every penny!
Thank you for the holiday help! What can you do when you don't know how to make latkes without matzah, or apple cake without flour? She does all that and more! Her pumpkin bars are amazingly moist and delicious and good for us all -- and I have one adult male neighbor (who is not on a special diet) who would kill for me to make some more and share with him.
I think it's good food when even though it is gluten and dairy (and soy) free, kids on regular diets (g-d help them!) like it too. I mean, if you could eat ANYTHING and these recipes taste good, this is fantastic! My son and I are not deprived! We are not ashamed to serve this food to others. This is a great book!
I have bought almost every GF book there is, and this is the one I return to over and over again. The "oatmeal" cookies -- fabulous! And if you can't have something that is in one of the recipes, she helps with other substitutions. Like for eggs.Read more ›
I was particularly excited to learn about the DariFree milk substitute so I don't have to use a soy powdered milk. I am also happy to have a recipe for a GF Worcestershire sauce and onion soup mix. There are also recipes for evaporated milk , sweetened condensed milk, and "whipped cream" substitutes. My grandson loved the chocolate syrup recipe drizzled on the pineapple velvet cake!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great resource! Lots of easy to follow recipes with great modifications.Published 21 months ago by Marta F.
I've tried quite a few of the recipes in this book now and they have been both easy to eat and delicious. Thank you!Published on September 27, 2013 by th
Amazing book If you have a child with austims. Have pretty good amount of gluten and casein free ideas .Published on May 14, 2013 by alexis hernandez
I first came across this book when a teacher I work with went to a conference and bought it there. She was excited to show it to me as she knew I was cutting out all preservatives... Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Suzanne