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I have a bit of a dilemma. I think Pillsbury(USA) frosting is dairy free, but I have never used it. Now that they are General Mills(Not sure if that applies to the frostings) are they safe by folks here? I only found a single post from 2 years ago saying they did not use a dedicated line and there could be traces of nuts. But I am hoping things have changed.
We use Better Crocker, but there is a boy in dd's class also dairy allergic(and dd is also egg allergic) and this is where we are having a hard time with a common product to use for decorating Gingerbread houses next week.
The other mom uses Pillsbury(she thinks) but never calls manufacturers. I might add her son is more sensetive overall that doo, I believe, and has had no problems.
My dd will most definately lick her fingers. I cannot control her sampling candy or sweets, LOL!
I might just bring her own Betty Crocker to use on her own that day, but if I find Pillsbury is safe, it would be better that way. becca
[This message has been edited by becca (edited December 01, 2003).]
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