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My picky 5 yr old who is allergic to eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, and some melons is asking me to make her meatballs. She never eats beef, but has decided she'd like to try meatballs. I want to make...
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This recipe is sooooooooooo easy. I thought it was a typo until I tried it... I am baking them now and will let you know how they turn out... 1 c. GreatValue Soybutter 1 c. Sugar 1 egg Bake at 350...
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Hi there! My ds #2s first bday is sunday and I am making him a cake using a shaped wilton cake pan. I have used their pans in the past for ds #1s bday cakes but I have always just used a betty...
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We always have a picnic on Easter, and we never ever pack sandwiches for picnics--it's an unspoken rule. I've developed a sesame allergy, and I meant to try an edamame-based recipe for a hummus-...
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Makes 8 servings 1 (15 ounce) can chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1/2 cup plain yoghurt 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 3 garlic cloves, crushed 2 teaspoons olive oil 1 tablespoon water 1/2 teaspoon...
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My son loved hummus as a toddler...which is how we discovered his allergies to both chickpeas and sesame seeds. I, too, love hummus...very, very, very much! Thus, I tweaked recipes &...
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I made these last night and I thought they were very yummy---better the second day. Here's the link: [url="http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Egg-free-Brownies/Detail.aspx"]http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/...
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It was always a family thing to have pinulatta honey balls , a sicilian dessert but since my mom passed away 5 years ago I never seem to be able to make them the same. I thought I would see if anyone...
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I am no baker and now since I pretty much cook everything for my daughter I need help. My cookies and cake always crumble. The taste is really good but that is it. My DD is allergic to PA, Soy, TN,...
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I have a mold with different Christmas shapes, meant for making chocolates. I got it last year with some Betty Crocker meltable coating, but I've never used it and I don't have any instructions. Do...
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does anyone have an eggfree (PN free) cookie recipe for my 15 month dd- due to ds's PA we are to delay eggs until 18 months- 2 years per allergist and AAAAI guidelines... Thanks- she is starting to...
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trying to make some latkes -- any recipes that are successful anyone? once saw a recipe for sweet potato latkes -- can't use eggs and need proportions if trying to use applesauce as replacement......
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Well, I did it and the cake turned out great! I used a Wilton pan, the Wacky cake and Cake Craft colors in Betty Crocker Buttercream frosting. It wasn't very hard to do but took about 5 hours since...
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This is our first Christmas with allergies. I make these cookies every year and as I was looking at the recipe last night I discovered they were egg free! I hope you all enjoy them. 1 c. butter...
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I just tried this homemade version of Nestle Crunch Bars, and we love them: 2 bags milk chocolate chips (I used Hershey's) 1 1/2 cups Rice Krispies Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave at 50%...
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Dd's teacher just emailed me and asked about safe products, candies, icing,etc. to make a gingerbread man. I figure I'll offer to go in and bake with them again. Does anyone have a good recipe?...
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Made these the first time for my daughter's birthday party last year (a "high tea"), and again today for part of my Christmas cookie platter. If you like lemon, they are wickedly good...and everyone...
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These are from my Pillsbury Baking cookbook. This recipe won the bake-off in 1955. I tried them today and they are my new favorite!! We added green and red sugar to the cookies for a Christmas...
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OK, hows that for a challenge. My sister-in-law has Celiac Disease (Wheat Gluten Allergy), plus Father-in-law who's a newly diagnosed Diabetic, plus my son who's Peanut, Tree Nut, & Egg allergic...
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I was browsing through the other thread, and to be honest, while it's amusing I don't really find it too useful. I'm the best known cookie baking mom on our block, I've perfected all my recipes and...

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