Fire up the grills and set the picnic table. It’s cookout season!
Buffalo Chicken Dip – Buffalo chicken dip is a popular snack, but traditional recipes contain milk products. Make this version free of egg, milk, fish, gluten, peanut, sesame, shellfish, soy, tree nuts, and wheat. Add vegetables or safe tortilla chips or crackers on the side for dipping.
Mock Ranch Dressing or Dip – Try this buttermilk-free version of one American’s favorite condiments. Use it as a dip or a salad dressing.
Hip Dip – This guacamole-like dip replaces avocado with edamame for a dip that can be served with raw vegetables, bread, chips, pretzels, or any dipping option you choose.
Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Kabobs – This crowd-pleaser calls for a marinade that tenderizers and flavors the chicken and mushrooms without soy and other major allergens.
Yamburgers – Looking for a vegan or vegetarian main dish? These patties use yams (sweet potatoes), bread of your choice, and other vegetables for a meat-free and allergy-friendly option.
Turkey Burgers – If you can’t have ground beef due to alpha gal allergy (an allergy to red meat caused by a tick bite) or you want a patty free of major allergens, check out this recipe. Dress the burgers with egg-free and soy-free Mock Mayo, if you choose.
Millet Tabouleh – You can make this side dish a day or two in advance. It’s also versatile, so you can adapt it as needed to accommodate your family’s allergies.
Southwestern Baked Beans – These flavorful baked beans are a great complement to burgers and barbecue.
Fruited Carrot Salad – Carrots, dried fruit, and a dressing free of major allergens come together to make this refreshing side dish.Our allergy-friendly collection of summer salads are great side options for picnics, barbecues, or cookouts too.
Choco-Banana “Nice” Cream Sandwiches – Who needs ice cream when you have “nice” cream? Try this refreshing recipe that uses bananas, maple syrup, almond milk, and vanilla in place of ice cream.
Fresh Fruit Cobbler – Cobbler is always a favorite. This allergy-friendly version of cobbler can be made with fresh or frozen fruit of your choice.
Creamsicle Cupcakes – This versatile dessert can be made various ways according to your child’s allergies. But no matter how you make them, the result is the same: they’re delicious!