• Cassava Flour White Cake Recipe Review

    T’s Grandma loves to cook, so in an effort to find a safe cake recipe for his birthday next month, she has started trying out cake recipes in her spare time. Since T recently passed plain yogurt, we were confident that whole milk would be a pass. Unfortunately, it was not. I can’t say I […]

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  • Chicken Sticks!

    This is a quick and simple recipe for chicken nuggets (but shaped like sticks to be easier for small hands to pick up) that my mom threw together the other day. My son recently passed chicken but is getting bored with it. I think he would like chicken nuggets but all of the gluten-free options […]

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  • Gluten-Free Animal Crackers Recipe Review

    Personally, I don’t think these really taste like true animal crackers, but to a child who doesn’t know the difference, they are great! I have made three different batches, for the first batch I used a 3/4 cup cassava flour, 1/4 cup of tapioca four, and 1/3 cup of arrowroot starch. I would advise against […]

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  • Broccoli Quinoa Egg Patties

    This is a recipe I threw together when my son was trialing baked egg. I wanted to make something that had a higher concentration of egg than a cookie (since we had already passed that) but was still “baked” rather than scrambled or fried (wasn’t feeling brave enough to try those yet!). T is very […]

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  • Baby Bread

    Egg/Dairy/Soy/Gluten/Rice/Nut-Free Bread! I found this recipe online forever ago, I can’t remember the source but will post if I end up figuring it out. I have made several substitutions, additions, etc. over time and the recipe has been very forgiving. My family refers to it as “baby bread” since it is the only safe bread […]

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