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The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book: Great Dairy-, Egg-, and Nut-Free Treats for the Whole Family Paperback – October 1, 2009
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"Chances are, someone in your office or your kid’s class is vegan, lactose-intolerant, or allergic to half the ingredients in your famous snickerdoodles. Learn to whip up all your favorites without eggs, dairy or nutsand in most cases, with less fat."
"Rudnicki’s Web site is loaded with useful recipes and tips for handling food allergies at home and in school....To try her recipes (such as the banana chocolate chip muffins shown here), check out her blog or her book, The Food Allergy Mama’s Baking Book: Great Dairy-, Egg-, and Nut-Free Treats for the Whole Family.
-Disney Family Fun magazine
This hot-off-the-presses gem is a baking basic for moms raising kids with food allergies. The whole family will enjoy the recipes, though there’s a focus on dealing with birthday parties and allergy-free treats for school.”
[Kelly's] tips for baking, reading labels, and allergy-sensitive entertaining, as well as her allergy-friendly product suggestions, will be a boon to anyone who shops and cooks for family members at risk from common allergens.”
Today’s Diet and Nutrition
"A welcome addition to my culinary library, and I’m looking forward to using it on a regular basis."
Barbara Revsine, Edible Chicago
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I should have read the title better, it says nothing about being soy free, but I just did not expect this much soy.
Go dairy free is a better option for those with dairy, egg,soy and wheat allergies.
At the beginning of the cookbook it has a list of other names listed on ingredient labels example milk is also known as whey protein. Love this list for decoding ingredients that might be sneaky!!
Also list butters not that are non dairy with brand. Just great information.
My 5 yr old has leaky gut so we are minimizing gluten but removing eggs, dairy from her diet due to a high allergy to both. In 6 weeks with supplements she is sleeping better, better stools, less anxious! Diet changes do work. I was skeptical, I admit.
I love to cook for my family. I am having to rethink baking. Bought this book. Felt really discouraged. Recieved yesterday and already I'm considering what to bake next. I feel empowered! Cinnamon donuts- waffles- blueberry muffins...?
Great recipes. Ingredients are manageable and not wierd!
Great price on the used list.
Ready set cook!
The first recipe from the book I tried was the yellow birthday cake. My son is only 2 1/2 but already is aware that he can't have everything that the rest of his family can due to his food allergies. So, for my husband's birthday, he asked me to bake a cake my son could eat also. I presented my family with a three layer cake from this book that looked like the "regular" version...and I literally was jumping up and down when we all tasted the results. My son kept saying, "I have daddy's cake! Can I have more?" The cake was moist, rose like a regular cake, and was truly delicious. Other favorites: oatmeal raisin cookies (even better than my old version), whole wheat oatmeal pancakes (the best pancakes I've ever made AND they're healthy!!!), and muffins. Pretty much everything we've tried is super.
Having a child with egg and nut allergies, our world has been turned upside down. This book has brought a lot of joy back to my life as a mommy who loves to bake for her kids. Thank you, for helping me let my child experience many of the fun kid moments like yummy birthday cake and homemade cookies hot out of the oven! I can't say enough good things about this book.
Starts out why the author created this book and all the groups available for further help with raising children with allergies.
Lists of ingredients the author has on hand and why particular brands, then onto utensils and equipment.
Next is a listing of substitutions that can be used. Tips to use for putting together parties.
Colorful photos with the recipes. so many categories to choose from. Many substitutions from a regular recipe that can be used for most food allergies.
No nutritional information but from the list of ingredients you can tell the food is very healthy.
Ends with listings of resources available.
Uses a fair amount of soy in recipes, but only occasionally in tofu form. (I.E., in soymilk form, it's easy to do a replacement of some non-soy milk. It'd be nice if there were a list of replacements at the front or back of the book. Which there might be but the book was printed badly, as I noted.)