Safe Prepackaged/Ready to Eat Foods?

Posted on: Fri, 01/12/2007 - 6:12am
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What are some of the prepackaged/ready-to-eat foods (dare I say processed?) that you guys use? Things like Rice-A-Roni, Hamburger Helper, Potatoes in a box-are any of these safe?? How bout plain old Kraft Mac & Cheese? Is this safe for an EA? Would be nice to have a few quick things to fix when things are too hectic to make everything from scratch. We are dealing with PN, TNA & EA. Thanks!
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Posted on: Fri, 01/12/2007 - 3:08pm
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Posted on: Sun, 01/14/2007 - 12:24am
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NicoleinNH, I was just wondering about what kind of muffins you make. My DD is also PA/EA/TNA and I love baking but so far The only muffins I have made successfully without the egg is bran muffins. She doesn't even like them! She too is incredibly picky! Although, she does eat kraft mac and cheese and pop tarts! Also, I thought that most breading on things like chicken nuggets had egg? You mentioned Tyson, they don't? I never bothered looking. (i know, never assume- I'm still new at this [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]) We aren't big fans of nuggets and DD can't have them, but my other kids might like them. DD also is allegic to Chicken, Turkey, Pork and Beef. (talk about making foods from scratch!)
Kara

Posted on: Sun, 01/14/2007 - 4:39am
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I have made both banana muffins and blueberry muffins without eggs and they always turn out great! They also freeze very well-good to send to daycare and for a quick breakfast. I have also made Snickerdoodle cookies that were very good (can't make 'em anymore-eat way too many!) Let me know if you want the recipe and I can post it.
Thanks for your ideas!

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