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By AuntAmanda on Sun, 02-04-07, 08:39

On a tight budget... (which I'm learning is hard to stick to with FAs).. but I have a 17 mth DN who I want to make a special desert for. I've been online looking for a yummy desert to make for him (his family and ours is getting together next week for dinner) and am having a hard time finding one. Can anyone help me out?

FAs are: Wheat (highly), Peanut (highly), Milk, Soy, Egg (highly), Sesame, Berries, Nuts, Fish, Shellfish, Pineapple, Coconut, and Chocolate among others.

So any recipe recommendations

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By Momcat on Sun, 02-04-07, 21:30

You may want to join [url="http://www.kidswithfoodallergies.org"]www.kidswithfoodallergies.org[/url] They have an excellent recipe database and lots of experienced people there who can help you find specialty ingredients and safe choices. There is a $25 fee, but I think it can be waived if you can't afford it.

Cathy

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By gvmom on Sun, 02-04-07, 22:12

Amanda, if you do a search in this forum (snacks & recipes) using the search words "wheat free" you should come up with a few threads that have recipes which would cover your DN. Many of the threads that will come up you will see also are nut free, egg free, dairy free and soy free -- in addition to the wheat. Also try putting in "celiac" for the search words. You might get a couple results off of that.

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