This lentil recipe, sweetened with apple, is delicious served with chicken. We recommend the red cabbage and apples are cooked until very soft. If your little one is new to solids, you may need to puree this recipe. To make it quick and easy to prepare we’ve used precooked lentils, but you can cook yours […]
This banana bread has no eggs and contains a flavourless oil in place of butter and is beautifully moist. It is best eaten on the day it is made but if you have any left over, it is delicious sliced, toasted and spread with butter or dairy free spread. Riper bananas will make the cake
This is a delicious, eczema friendly smoothie with plenty of flavour if you use ripe bananas and papaya. Leaving the smoothie in the fridge for half an hour helps the flavours to develop even more. Your little ones can help with peeling and slicing the bananas ready to be liquidised and they’ll have fun scooping
This eczema friendly dessert is simple to make and has a delicious oaty crumble topping. Carob nibs are a healthy alternative to chocolate and are naturally sweet. As the nibs don’t melt when cooked they provide a lovely crunch to this soft dessert, but you can omit these if your little ones aren’t quite ready
We’ve used chickpea flour to coat these little salmon bites which gives them a lovely crisp outside. You can buy chickpea flour readymade or it’s very easy to make in a liquidizer. The salmon is deliciously succulent cooked this way and has a lovely delicate flavour. Your little ones will have lots of fun dipping
These little pancakes are super easy to make and taste delicious. Your littles ones will enjoy helping to make these by measuring out the ingredients and doing lots of mixing with a fork. We’ve used gluten free flour and oat milk for these pancakes as it makes them suitable for littles ones with gluten and
These cuties will become a firm favourite of the little ones and the grown-ups in the family. Made in bun tins, the texture of the Mini Toads In The Hole is slightly more spongy than the usual batter and the combination of sausage, tomato and thyme is simply delicious. They are easy to eat as finger food, making them ideal for parties. We served the Mini Toads In The Hole on Bonfire Night and the plateful was gone in minutes!
Ice cream is the ultimate summer treat for kids and grown-ups alike. Just because your child bears the brunt of an allergy or the itchiness of eczema, it doesn’t mean they have to miss out on the tasty delights of chocolate ice cream. This is our brilliant dairy-free chocolate ice cream recipe – and you
Soya milk has a nasty habit of making Yorkshire Pudding batters too heavy to rise – but this foolproof recipe, which changes the traditional proportions of milk and eggs, works like a dream.
Birthday cakes are one of those important milestones that no child (or adult) should have to miss out on – but cakes made without eggs can be really disappointing. While there are egg substitutes available, they can be temperamental to use and often aren’t available in the local supermarket. So, a reliable egg-free birthday cake
Christmas time is when the kitchen is filled with the smell of gorgeous festive treats. But your little one doesn’t have to miss out on it all. We’re bringing you our favourite allergy-friendly Christmas Cookies! They are milk-free, egg-free and nut-free and really taste of Christmas. And the best bit? This cookie recipe is really
Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat…and it’s time to make more Gingerbread men than you can shake a stick at! Baking gingerbread men is the perfect way to bond with your child and a brilliant way to celebrate Christmas. They make great presents too! As well as being a sweet festive treat, this
My Gran and Mum have been using this oat and golden syrup cookie recipe for as long as I can remember. Strangely, I didn’t realise that the milk-free, egg-free recipe was so allergy-friendly until the kids wanted to bake with friends who have an egg allergy. This recipe differs slightly from most oat and golden
These are a much healthier alternative to the nuggets served at fast-food restaurants. When I cooked these for the first time, my children devoured them in minutes and they are now a firm favourite. You can make these in advance and freeze them, just ensure they are completely defrosted before cooking and check they are
Dairy allergies are a common trigger for eczema in babies, children and adults. In some cases, eczema can be largely controlled by avoiding milk. Allergic reactions, including eczema and asthma, are associated with milk proteins rather than the lactose content (which can cause digestive problems, known as dairy intolerance).
A great recipe to make with allergy kids. Milk-free, egg-free, gluten-free, soy-free and seriously moreish! And you can use the same recipe to make allergy-friendly Easter Eggs too.
You won’t believe this dessert recipe is dairy-free – in fact, it is not really a cheesecake at all! Made from dairy-free coconut yoghurt and fresh lemons, it has a very light texture with a fresh lemony flavour with just the tiniest hint of coconut. This dairy-free and eggless lemon ‘cheesecake’ recipe is so simple
Don’t let allergies get in the way of enjoying Pancake Day with our two tried and tested dairy-free egg-free pancake recipes. Whether you prefer thin, English style pancakes or fluffy, American style ones, we’ve got it covered. And you should be able to get all the ingredients from the supermarket (if they aren’t already in
Living with eczema isn’t great, but having to avoid yummy cakes and biscuits because it makes things doubly unfair. But it doesn’t have to be that way: here is one of our family favourites, a diary and egg-free muffin recipe made with apple sauce. And the best bit? Apple contains anti-inflammatory pectin so they are
As a non-dairy eater, I know from experience how tricky it can be to finding interesting and appealing dairy-free dessert recipes – there are only so many fresh fruit salads you can face without getting slightly bored of them. This butterscotch flavoured dip makes fruit salads and dairy-free ice cream just that little bit more
This recipe produces lovely flexible gluten-free tortilla wraps that are ideal for lunch boxes and are a delicious alternative to sandwiches. Children enjoy rolling out these wraps as the dough is soft and easy to handle. The wraps can be made in advance and kept in the fridge. Just pop them in the microwave for
Spectacular sponges can be dairy-free. Cupcake Dolly has used vegetable margarine in place of butter to produce very tasty, dairy-free cakes. It is worth choosing a brand that you find pleasing. Most supermarkets carry an own-brand baking block margarine, Stork is Granny’s favourite but produces a ‘like it or loath it’ response. There is no particular
No need for kids (and parents) with food allergies to miss out on these yummy treats. The first recipe is really great for making with kids as it’s quick to make, has no hot ingredients and has lots of mixing involved. Be warned – non-allergic members of the household will like these just as much