Is Bisquick safe for milk allergy?
I have been using Bisquick to make pancakes for years and neither of my kids have ever had a problem with it. (DD is dairy and egg allergic)
I just noticed that the box is labeled with a U circled and a D next to it. I am always confused by the Kosher labelings, but doesn't that mean shared lines with dairy? The ingredients lists contains Wheat only. It is General Mills/Betty crocker so I always trust their labeling, but now I'm more confused than ever.
Do any of you dealing with dairy allergies have info? Thanks!
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