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  • Food Free Gingerbread Houses

    *UPDATED FOR 2021 An Allergy Safe Spin On A Classic Tradition We compiled a list of some fun food-free alternatives to the traditional gingerbread house. Using non-food materials that are allergy-safe can be a fun way to avoid store-bought food kits filled with allergies. These ideas can be used at home or at a classroom […]

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  • Nut Free Advent Calendars

    Counting Down to a Nut Free Christmas *UPDATED FOR 2021 Although there are many non-food advent calendars available it is always fun to stumble upon a nut-free version! Some nut-free advent calendars are also free of other allergens such as eggs and milk. Check out a few of the ones we found below. Click on […]

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  • Allergy Friendly Gingerbread House

    *UPDATED FOR 2021 A Classic Tradition Building a gingerbread house with your kids can be a fun winter tradition. The easiest thing to do is pick up a kit from the grocery store, break open the package and the house is put together in no time. For many families reading ingredients and avoiding certain foods […]

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  • Children’s Food Allergy Books

    *UPDATED FOR 2021 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, […]

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  • Food Allergy Cookbooks

    *UPDATED 2021 Finding Safe Recipes Baking on restricted diets can be challenging and it is easy to get bored making the same few safe meals day after day. Many of us have spent time searching for new safe recipes, possibly spending hours looking at all the delicious food allergy recipe blogs by creative chefs. It’s nice to be able to […]

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  • Food Free Christmas Party Ideas

    *UPDATED 2021 Winter holiday parties at school often involve tons of treats but with the rise of food allergies, many classrooms are opting for food-free celebrations. Food sneaks into parties not only as snacks but often many crafts make use of food items. Old jars of peanut butter, re-purposed baby food jars, egg cartons, dried […]

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