Peanut Butter Choc Chip Blondies, Blueberry Scones, Doughnut Scones, 101 EZ Grain Free Snacks, & Grain Free Nachos

Allergy Free Recipes 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?:

Welcome to Allergy-Free Wednesdays (AFW)–a weekly hop where you share your 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. Each hostess will feature a favorite recipe(s) from the week before. Your hostesses are:

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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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Blondies from The Healthy Maven

I would try to make these completely whole grain and of course, with almond and/or sunflower seed butter.
And my Homemade Chocolate Chips, of course.  We LOVE peanut butter but alas, my oldest is deathly allergic so I won’t torture him.
Plus peanuts are a big no no when you have candida.  Big time no no.

 

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Grain-Free Sweet Potato Nachos with Guacamole (dairy free option) from Made to Glow

I LOVE this idea.  We’ve been reducing grains and this would be a GREAT treat. No cheese for us.

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Doughnut Scones from Stacy Makes Cents

This is sooo funny!
When I saw this post, I thought, “Yum! Doughnut Scones. What a neat idea!” and then I clicked on the post and saw it was MY recipe :).
I didn’t pick this post because of that though. I picked it because these are soooo good!
Seriously.  Make these.  I would use my Powdered Egg Replacer or another egg substitute.  YUMMM!
My hubby saw these and begged me to make them again.

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101 Easy Grain-Free Snack Ideas for Kids (and Parents) from Intoxicated on Life

I love this list!  I know, I am talking about making doughnuts and then saying we are trying to go grain free (or at least limit them).  But really, it’s just 2 of us.  And it hopefully won’t be forever.  But in the meantime…this list is great.  Trisha put together a great assortment and some of our favorite recipes are in there too. Enjoy!

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and Readers’ Favorite

Blueberry Breakfast Scones from Simply 123 Allergy-Free

I’d use my Egg Replacer and a low glycemic sweetener, and would use all whole grains and a “whole” fat like coconut oil.

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Which one is YOUR favorite?
Can’t wait to see what you all have to share! 

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  1. Hi Adrienne!! Thanks for hosting! This week I’m sharing Black Forest Trifle. A fav at my granddaughters birthday party. I hope you have a great week!

  2. Could the blondies you featured be made with cashew butter? I had great success with homemade cashew butter in my latest recipe for dairy-free “pizza”. No allergies in my family, but I have one daughter who hates peanut butter.

  3. That’s because all your recipes are amazing. :-)

  4. Thanks so much for featuring my grain free snack ideas Adrienne! And… those doughnut scones do look YUMMY :)

  5. I just read your post on your sons eczema and although its been years since that post I wanted to share the successful product I used to cure my sons battle with eczema. Manuka honey slathered on nightly and covered to contain mess (maybe keep them in a body suit, hah). Did this nightly on all my sons eczema areas and within months it was gone! Like gone, gone! He had horrible eczema that would crack and bleed in some areas (so sad) since birth. I discovered Manuka honey when he was 2 and he is now 4 and I only had to keep with it for 2 month. Two years later its never come back. Just thought it was interesting. I’m not saying you will get the same results but hey its worth a shot! So simple yet such a sticky mess.