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I've made these doughnuts for many years. It's fairly easy (just takes time) and so delicious! Raised Doughnuts 5 cups all-purpose Flour 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp salt 2 packages active dry yeast 1 3/4...
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Curious about the name - it will become apparent shortly! These Cinnamon Buns require no baking knowledge or skill what so ever! The only caution, keep the recipe handy if you serve them to anyone...
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Hi, I am new to Peanut Allergy.com. I have a 3 year old who was diagnosed at 20 months with a Peanut, Tree Nut, and Sesame seed allergy. We are still learning about what foods to avoid and was...
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I decided that the easiest way to make sure our cookies are peanut-free is to make them myself from scratch. I bought chocolate chips from a peanut-free facility and vanilla extract from McCormick,...
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I just made these cookies for Spencer to take to preschool today (for their Honey Day) & was happy with the way they turned out Honey Cookie 1 cup Honey 1 cup shortening 3 3/4 cups flour 4 1/2...
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I went to a bridal shower and they had this on the buffet, I had to ask for the recipe, it is soo good!. You can serve it in a bread bowl or just in a dish with veggies, bread or crackers on the side...
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I know a lot of people on here deal with more than just peanut allergies. I felt like baking today and found this recipe for egg-free cookies. My family really liked how they turned out so I...
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Has anyone checked into safe olive oil brands?
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Does anyone have a good yogurt pretzel recipe? My four year old really wants to try them and I don't know of any that are safe, so I thought I would try to make some. Thanks!
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Does anybody use store-bought sprinkles, frosting, etc.? I have made my own frosting many times, but some other decor would be fun...
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Here's the link to the recipe I found on AllRecipes.com. I just substituted the soynut butter for the peanut butter. It was so easy to make. (I also used the Baker's chocolate.) They were a hit...
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Hi all, I have seen this recipe on here before but my saved favorites link won't work anymore and I can't seem to find a printed version of it. Does anyone have this recipe or has anyone seen it on...
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I have always been a fan of Mexican cooking and restaurants. My two PA sons have not and I rarely take them (except for the occasional Taco Bell where they only get the tacos). Anyway, while...
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I have learned to enjoy the art of cake decorating. Something I had never thought I would be doing prior to PA. I have a recipe that uses a great deal of Crisco. It is good for the consistency...
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Hi everyone! Im fairly new to this allergy thing and I have noticed there are not many safe peanut free chocolates out there. I was wondering about making homemade chocolate from those chocolate...
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QUESTION: Is there a list of common candies that are peanut-free for trick-or-treat?? I figured that would be easy to find, but haven't found anything online. I think that most Hershey's candies are...
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Has anybody had any experiences with/suggestions for safe oils for cooking? Like vegetable, canola, soybean, sunflower, etc. Any brands better than others? Thanks!
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Has anyone perfected a technique for freezing cupcakes to grab when needed. I made some this weekend and froze them without frosting them. If I feeze small individual containers of frosting will it...
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Is anyone familiar with Lorann's flavor extracts for candy making or their baking emulsions? The company provided me with allergen reports (no milk products,egg,corn,peanut,wheat,treenut,seeds)as I...
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Hi everyone! I just found out today my 14mo old is allergic to milk, soy bean, egg whites & peanuts. HELP!!!!!! Where do I begin?
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