• Allergy Free Valentine Candy

    Allergy Free Valentine Candy  *updated January 2018 Christmas season is over! We have made allergy-friendly gingerbread houses, gluten-free cookies and eaten all the nut free advent calendar candy. Now it’s time to plan the yummy goodies we can find for the next holiday – Valentine’s Day!  We compiled a list of some options for allergy-safe […]

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  • Gluten Free Christmas Cookies Gluten Free Christmas Cookies

    Round-Up of Gluten Free Christmas Cookies Wintertime is a perfect time to try out some new recipes. Holiday baking can be a bit tricky when you are avoiding main ingredients such as gluten. We put together a list of some tasty gluten free Christmas cookie recipes from a variety of gluten free recipe bloggers. Always double-check your […]

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  • Free Nut Free Classroom Signs Free Nut Free Classroom Signs

      Free Nut Free Classroom Signs Free printables for your nut-free classrooms and schools. Many daycare centers, classrooms, lunchrooms or even entire schools are peanut or peanut and tree nut free areas. Make sure you have a prominent sign to alert others to the nut allergy friendly zones. Click the images below to download and print […]

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  • Must Have Allergy Items For Kids Must Have Allergy Items For Kids

      Back to School Shopping for Allergies Summertime with school-age kids means it is time to restock school supplies and organize for the upcoming school year. If your child has food allergies there may be items on your shopping list to help keep your child safe and their medicine labeled. As a food allergy mom […]

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  • Food Allergy Match and Identify Printables Food Allergy Match and Identify Printables

      Practice recognizing allergens These fun, free, food allergy match and identify printables help kids identify their allergens. Match the word with the picture of each of the top 8 allergens and identify which foods contain certain allergens.  Talk to your child about which of the foods are possibly unsafe and cross those out and color the safe […]

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  • Children’s Food Allergy Books

      Children’s Books Discussing Food Allergies With the rise in food allergies, especially among children, there is also a growing number of authors including food allergy themes in children’s books. Children can read stories about other kids – or bugs or monkeys in some cases – navigate play dates, parties and school with peanut, dairy or multiple allergies. Not only […]

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