Welcome back to another week of Allergy Free Wednesdays!
A collection of yumminess that’s aimed at making it easier for you to create healthy, allergy-free foods for you and your family. There is no “clear rule” against including processed ingredients in your submission (but we hope you are moving in that direction :-)). So…occasionally you will find some “whole foodie undesirables” in the entries.
What to do if you see processed foods and don’t want them?:
- White or brown sugar? Sub in whatever works for you. Get help subbing in my post on Substituting Sweeteners in Baking and Cooking
- Chocolate Chips? Use Homemade Chocolate / Carob Chips
See you in two weeks! And if you are celebrating Christmas, a Merry and Blessed Christmas to you! (I made a mistake and announced this last early!)
Welcome to Allergy-Free Wednesdays (AFW)–a weekly blog hop where you can share their allergy-free cuisine, gain knowledge about allergy-related topics/issues, and connect with others living or caring for someone with food allergies. Your weekly submissions are shared on 6 blogs. Additionally, each hostess will feature a favorite recipe(s) from the week before. Your hostesses are:
- Tessa @ Tessa the Domestic Diva
- Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry
- Nancy @ Real Food Allergy Free
- Amber @ The Tasty Alternative
- Janelle @ Gluten Freely Frugal
- and–Me :-).
Wondering What You Can Link Up on Allergy Free Wednesday? Anything that’s fitting for an allergy free diet in some way (we’re not that strict). For the complete rules, click here.
Starting off with my favorites–and you should check out the other hostesses’ posts to see if you were featured there!
My Favorites from Last Week (with substitution ideas from me)~
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Double Trouble Chocolate Cookies (grain & dairy free) from Gutsy By Nature
I would try to make these with arrowroot flour instead since I have heard it has some good nutritional value. I’d also use my Homemade Chocolate Chips and would use my Powdered Egg Replacer, or a chia or flax egg sub.
Gluten-Free Thin Mints from Oatmeal with a Fork
Easy Oat Flour Pumpkin Waffles from Practical Stewardship
Making a good egg-free waffle isn’t easy, but looks like this one will work! I would again use my Easiest Coconut Milk or Easiest Almond Milk, a low glycemic sweetener if need be, and my Powdered Egg Replacer or another egg sub.
and Readers’ Favorite
Paleo Soft Ginger Molasses Cookies from Allergy-Free Alaska
I would try these using my Powdered Egg Replacer or another egg sub. And maybe I would try to cut back on the molasses due to it’s glycemic load. These look wonderful!
I can’t wait to see what you all have this week!