Thanks for this piece!! I'm in search of any materials that help make ending the classroom birthday treat more palatable to parents & staff that are still undereducated when it comes to the reality of children living with life threatening allergies.
Oh this looks so delicious and I bet no one will be able to tell that it's dairy-free. I've made dirt with the CocoWhip before and it was a hit. Love how you can make it festive for the upcoming Memorial Day and July 4th holidays, and use any combo of berries you like. The idea of making it into a frozen berry pie using graham cracker crust sounds dreamy!
A perfect addition to Allergy-Friendly Frozen Treats for Hot Summer Days . The suggestion to make these sorbets "granita" is smart. Pour the mixture into shallow pan and put into the freezer. Stir or scrape with a fork every 30 to 45 minutes to create frozen flakes.
Hi. The pdf isn't working. Can you fix it? I would like to send this to my son's pre-k teacher. Thanks! Sent from my iPad > On Oct 9, 2014, at 12:05 PM, Kids With Food Allergies < firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote: >
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Hi. The document is quite big and so keeps freezing my screen when about 1/3 of it has downloaded. Is there a version that is text-only, or similar? It looks like a great idea (and I agree with the post-er above, that it's appropriate for ALL children). Thanks!
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