With Easter just around the corner, I thought I’d throw some ideas your way to help in keeping your child with allergies safe. I’ve also added my all time kids favourite Easter recipe from my Easter eBook. 

Make sure you check out the special offer for a free eBook too.  Check it out.

The Rocky Roadhouse

Specialising in allergy friendly Rocky Road in a range of flavours. An Australian made and owned manufacturing company offering gluten, peanut and egg free confectionery specialising in rocky road.  Available in  eight delicious flavours .  - Gluten Free, Peanut Free, Egg Free - 

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Nutra Organics

Make your own allergy friendly goodies. Minimise as much risk as you can by knowing what is in your chocolate. Nutra Organics have plenty of ingredients and ideas for some delicious and healthy treats.

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Easter can be quite daunting when you have a child with food allergies. Here’s a few tips to help …

  • Give children non-chocolate gifts such as alternative sweets, marshmallows, jelly beans, etc
  • Treat children with non food gifts such as novelty pyjamas, Easter themed books, toys, lego, etc. Your child will now they have been thought of.
  • Easter egg hunt – your child doesn’t have to miss out. Allow your allergy child to collect the eggs, if they are at an age and maturity not to eat them. Swap their stash for allergy friendly treats. Your child still gets to enjoy the fun of the easter hunt without feeling excluded. An extra bonus is mum and dad get to enjoy their stash.
  • Create a treasure hunt – make the focus and fun on the hunt rather than the eggs. make up clues which eventually lead to the hidden treasure. Kids love the adventure so much more than you would think.
  • Buy hollow plastic eggs/containers from Spotlight or other craft shops and fill with allergy friendly treats, stickers, toys, stamps, etc.
  • Make up an Easter basket containing crafty things such as colouring books, crayons, pencils, paints, and other fun stuff that kids love. These will last longer and bring much more enjoyment than chocolate would. The added bonus is they aren’t being loaded up with sugar.

What would you add? Let us know in the comments…

Easter Nests

These are such a popular recipe, one of the most favourite in my eBook. Kids just love them. Mums love them cause they are easy to make and look amazing. Grab the recipe below and check out the eBook offer, available until 1st April.

What You Need…

  • 100g gluten free fried rice noodles (Chang’s)
  • 3/4 cup crunchy sunflower seed paste, allowable nut butter or tahini
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil
  • 1/3 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup toasted mixed seeds (optional)
  • 1/2 cup coconut
  • Shredded coconut, Hoppers sprinkles and Jelly beans or allowable sweets to decorate

What To Do…

  1. Place coconut oil, honey and sunflower seed paste into a medium sized saucepan. Heat gently over a low heat until melted and combined.
  2. Remove from heat. Add seeds, coconut and noodles. Stir gently until combined.
  3. Spoon evenly into patty cases. Using the back of a spoon, create a hollow in the nests. Place in refrigerator for a few hours to set.
  4. Fill with shredded coconut, sprinkles and allowable jelly beans.

>> Free eBook <<

Easy Allergy Free Easter eBook is packed with over 36 yummy allergy friendly recipes you and your family will love!

Purchase “Easy Allergy Free Easter “ and receive

FREE copy of ‘Easy Allergy Free Christmas’ .

That’s over 136 recipes FREE from gluten and the Top 8 allergens. How’s that for building up your allergy friendly recipe stockpile?

What are the Top 8 allergens?  Peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, eggs, dairy, soy, fish and shellfish. Most  recipes are also free from refined sugar, corn, yeast, artificial preservatives and additives. Your welcome! Offer ends at the end of March, 2018.

Shop Online for allergy friendly Easter goodies and ingredients. Here are some resurces for you to check out.

Happy Tummies

Allergy Train

Easter Egg Warehouse

Sunnybrook Health Store


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