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Manna00 02-10-2010 09:15 PM

HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
I have a friend IRL. Her children have MANY allergies. She's asked me to help her come up with some new recipes that her whole family can enjoy. They are also on a tighter budget (hence why she asked me:giggle:). Can you all help me come up with as MANY allergy-free (or within her guidelines) recipes as possible? Thank you all so so much!

Here's straight from my friend's email:
I am looking for recipes that our entire family can enjoy together. There may be one ingredient that needs to be changed for one person. These recipes can be for treats, meals, or pretty much for any occasion. They must be specific and very detailed including ALL ingredients and measurements. A list of safe foods and/or ingredients and variations of them is provided below. There is also a list of the boys current known food allergies along with fun foods they can eat.

Safe Allergy Friendly Foods for Everyone
1. Rice (This includes rice flour, but not rice milk)
2. Potatoes (This includes potato chips, potato flour & potato starch)
3. Corn (This includes corn tortillas, tortilla chips, & corn starch)
4. Chicken (This includes ground chicken & certain kinds of chicken broth)
5. Turkey (This includes ground turkey, turkey hot dogs, & turkey sausage)
6. Banana (Can be used as an egg substitute in baked goods)
7. Cantaloupe
8. Watermelon
10. Plums
11. Peaches (This includes peach preserves)
12. Butternut Squash
14. Barley
15. Sunflower Seeds
16. Cinnamon
17. Onion
18. Paprika
19. Pepper
20. Salt
21. Rosemary
22. Black Beans
23. Tomato
24. Baking Soda
25. Baking Powder (Gluten Free)
26. Baking Soda
27. Vanilla (Gluten Free)
28. Olive Oil
29. Canola Oil
30. Maple Syrup
31. Tapioca (This includes tapioca flour & starch)
32. Oregano
33. Basil
34. Grapes (This includes Grape Jelly)
35. Red Pepper

Substitutes:
Eggs: Bananas or Egg Replacer
Milk: Elecare Prescription Formula (This does not taste very good so it needs to be used in small amounts.)
Butter: Fleishman's Unsalted Margarine

Adam's Current Food Allergies:
ALL Dairy
Sweet Potatoes
Apple
Blueberry
Strawberry
Raspberry
Eggs
Oats
Oranges
Buckwheat
Coconut
Almond
Peanuts
Beef
Pork
String Beans
Carrots
Peas
Celery
Cucumber
Soy (can tolerate little amounts)
Caramel Flavoring
“Natural Flavoring”
Cocoa
Garbanzo Beans
Kidney Beans

Owen's Current Food Allergies:
Dairy
Wheat
Peaches
Pumpkin
Beef
Pork
Carrots
“Natural Flavoring”
Spinach

Safe Fun Foods
Marshmallows
Fruity Pebbles
Trix
Rice Chex
Corn Chex
Kix
Turkey Hot dogs
Plain Potato Chips
Plain Tortilla Chips

GandH'sMom 02-10-2010 11:57 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
I think potatos and chicken (cut in cubes) and roasted with olive oil fresh rosemary salt and pepper (I also use nutmeg but am not sure if that's safe or not) is very yummy, and my kids like it:) Just bake at 350 till eveything is done. Depending on the type of potatos they may need to go in first for up to 30 minutes before you add the chicken.

Manna00 02-11-2010 09:31 AM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
Thank you!

Whimsy Twist 03-05-2010 04:21 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
Chicken w/ a 100% natural BBQ sauce in the crock pot. Cook for 5-6 hours until tender. Add tolerated veggies or rice as a side.

maureen73 03-05-2010 08:50 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
My DD has numerous allergies too, though only eggs and apricots have noticeable and immediate effects as opposed to the delayed effects (skin/eczema) of the other 14 food sensitivities. With DS#2 it is mango that has an immediate effect. There are some really great library books for cooking for allergy sensitive kids. If you are interested pm me and I don't mind backtracking to look up the titles...it was VERY helpful for me.

cassieJJ 03-05-2010 11:00 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
Roasted chicken seasoned with rosemary, salt, pepper and garlic if that isn't an allergy. Put an orange or two inside the chicken while baking (not to eat just for moisture and flavor). Mashed potatoes and veggies baked with olive oil and seasonings they like on the side.

nutkase 03-08-2010 12:55 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
I found a web site a while back specifically for kids with allergies. Anyone can access the featured recipes on the site, but to get all of them and post on the message boards is $25/yr. Maybe some of the featured recipes will help!
http://www.kidswithfoodallergies.org/

Janine 03-08-2010 02:17 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
I highly recommend that she get this book. It has recipes as well as a ton of information for multiple allergies.

http://www.amazon.com/Food-Allergy-S...tt_at_ep_dpt_4

tesslouise 03-14-2010 04:00 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
Heat cooked black beans with salsa (if commercial is not okay, make it from tomatoes, onions, jalapeno, lime juice if that's okay, cilantro if that's okay, pinch of sugar). Serve over rice w/ avocado slices on the side (if avocado is okay).

FindingMercy 03-14-2010 06:19 PM

Re: HELP! Desperate need of RECIPE help for children with allergies
 
Try this website. It allows you to search for recipes based on allergies.

http://www.kathysrecipebox.com/


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