Roo absolutely loves to bake and always asks to buy the character cake mixes when we're out and about but they're never suitable for allergy sufferers. We were in the co-op and found a Victoria sponge cake mix so we settled on that and his choice of food colourings for decoration. He absolutely loved making … Continue reading Co-op Victoria sponge cake mix.
This has to be the best recipe I've ever used for an allergy safe chicken korma. It's tasty, healthy and super filling. There's a few ingredients you can easily change and I'll pop these at the very bottom. I hope you enjoy this as much as we do. Ingredients 100g chicken per person. (You can … Continue reading Chicken korma…
This morning we came about a new pancake recipe for those who are unable to eat eggs. We are in the process of tinkering with the coconut flour recipe to exclude eggs but it's still got a little way to go. These are really delicious and my son loved them. There is cinnamon in the … Continue reading Gluten, dairy and egg free American style pancakes!
Christmas is that time of year when the differences between allergy sufferers and non allergy sufferers show a million times more. My mission is to prevent Roo from feeling deprived of anything his peers may be consuming over the festive period. Keep your eyes peeled as there'll be a lot more festive recipes as the … Continue reading Christmas cake!
Sometimes a fluffy pancake is lovely but there is times when you want a traditional French crepe. It took me a while to find a recipe free from gluten and dairy and in the end I ended up tweaking a couple of recipes to find the perfect one. You can adapt this recipe to suit … Continue reading Crepes…
When we were initially told to remove everything from Roos diet I never even imagined he would be able to have something like spaghetti bolognaise. Admittedly at that point I was overwhelmed but it just didn't seem posssible. In reality it's probably one of the easiest meals I've found to adapt. Ingredients 500g Beef mince … Continue reading Spaghetti Bolognaise.
This is a beautiful home made chicken tikka masala. Perfect for a fake away if you serve with pitta breads and onion Bhajis. I will include the recipe for my home made tikka masala paste which will make 2 jars worth of paste and can be stored in the fridge. Enjoy 🙂 Tikka masala paste … Continue reading Chicken tikka masala
How do you stick to a tight budget when you're cooking for allergies? This was my biggest fear when we entered the world of allergies. We're on a tight weekly budget so I had to think of a way to cook the same meals without breaking the bank. My main piece of advice would be … Continue reading Budget Allergy Cooking.
Since becoming an allergy free household I've found there is a few items that are absolute essential store cupboard staples. Some of these won't be essential for everyone and others may have other essentials. Please do let me know if there is anything you can't do without. Unsweetened applesauce orgran egg replacement powder. Free from … Continue reading Cupboard staples!
These are absolutely one of our favourite breakfast treats. I first found the recipe online by the Helmsley sisters and tried it straight away. I do tweak the original recipe to suit what we fancy on any given day so I'll add the original recipe below and then give you the tweaks we've tried so … Continue reading Coconut flour pancakes.