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--A-- 4 cups flour 2 cups salt 8 teaspoons cream of tarter mix dry ingredients and set aside --B-- 4 cups water 4 tablespoons oil food coloring bring to a boil Mix A & B together until barely...
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I actually asked this question in response to another question on another posting. It probably belongs under this topic. Does anyone have a good and easy recipe for homemade vanilla or chocolate...
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Candy Corn 1 cup sugar 2/3 cup white corn syrup 1/3 cup butter 1 tsp vanilla several drops food coloring (optional) 2 1/2 cup powdered sugar 1/4 tsp salt 1/3 cup powdered milk Combine sugar, white...
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Hi everyone. I have a 5 yr old who is peanut sensitive. I am looking for anyone who may be homeschooling due to food allergies. This is our first year at it. Thanks. Becky
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Has anyone ever substituted a peanut butter-like product in recipes that call for peanut butter? Or do you think it would be too dangerous/confusing for your kids? For example, in no-bake cookies...
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We are planning a trip to florida,we are from Canada and would like info. on nut free snacks like ice cream, cookies, chocolate bars.Thank you our 10 year old needs to know.
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Does anyone know of a safe cookie and healthy cracker I can give my 13 month old daughter for snacks while out? I had been giving her mini rice cakes, but I read somewhere on here that they might not...
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I have been reading some of the posts in the snack board, i've gotten the impresion alot of people eat things that say "may contain" am I right? Do you trust that it just may or may not contain...
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Place 4 very ripe bananas, 4 heaping teaspoons cocoa , 1 tsp vanilla, 1 tablespoon maple syrup in a blender or food processor. Blend until very smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze.
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I have tried and tried to find a site that could tell me other foods to avoid with a peanut allergy? My reasoning is... I have a friend who just RAVES about dry roasted SOY beans! I would LOVE to...
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Does anyone know if anyone has anyone ever reacted to Honey or Maple Syrup ? Considering they come from bee hives or from trees, what is the risk of any cross contamination in them ? Do they undergo...
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My 18-month son is allergic to milk, eggs, wheat, oats, barley, potatoes, chicken, peanuts, all lentils and beans and possibly soy. I'm looking for any recipes or snack ideas you might have that he...
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Almost had a heart attack yesterday when I picked up my 3 year old son from day care. The day care is peanut free but a parent had baked cookies with plain m&m's in them thinking they were okay...
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Donuts preheat oven 325F Lightly spray donut pan - or mini muffin pans Baked Cake Donuts 2 C flour 3/4C sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder 3/4C milk 1 Tablespoon butter, melted 1 teaspoon salt 1...
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Has anyone contacted Campbell's about the safety of their products? I was going to serve my son Campbell's Chicken Noodle soup today until I noticed the modified food starch in the ingredients. I...
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Do any of you feel club crackers by keebler is safe to eat?
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I was encouraged to just used vanilla bean for flavoring and I have for some ice creams- I'd like to know how to use vanilla bean to make liquid vanilla. My son has many food allergies that are >...
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Part of an e mail we received>> Hi! I'm a Brownie troop leader, and this year we have a girl in the troop who is allergic to peanuts. Because the leaders provide the snacks for the meetings,...
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Does anyone know of any safe (Peanut Free) candy for Easter. I know Peeps are safe, made in a peanut free facility. Anything else? I also know Vermont Nut-Free offers Easter Candy.
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I've discovered that the fussiest 7 year old on the entire planet will eat a sandwich made with cream cheese mixed with jam or jelly.

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