This is the bread my son depends on...I've been making it for over 2 years now. We use applesauce to replace the egg, so I guess we could call ours applesauce bread!? Going to try it with sweet potatoes. Sounds yummy!
Hi nodairy4c. We are glad you joined us! This cake would be easy to make without dairy, eggs & nuts. I would recommend starting with Wacky Cake -- http://www.kidswithfoodallergi...featured_recipe5.php You can make it chocolate or vanilla. Also, buttercream frosting is easy to make -- http://www.kidswithfoodallergi...featured_recipe1.php As for decorating, please check out our Celebrations forum. Here are some helpful links: http://community.kidswithfooda...lergy-friendly-cakes Helpful...
I tried this bread and my family loved it. My older son who doesn't have any food allergies ate 2 slices with butter and wanted more. My husband didn't think it tasted like gluten free bread at all! Thanks for this recipe. I was using egg replacer before and it didn't have much flavor. I like the extra vitamins that we are getting by using sweet potato too. ��
I need to check and see if my kids can even have yeast but I was wondering if anyone has tried this with a different flour mix, my kids cannot have rice, which is in the King Arthur mix. Sounds so good and we would love to have a non soy bread or cracker!,,
I used the Wilton mini whoopie pie pan to make the cake circles. I actually used a box mix for the cake - I like Orgran's gf vanilla but sub out the egg with 1/2 c pear sauce or applesauce plus 1/2 tsp baking powder. The orange buttercream is 1 stick of butter/margarine plus 1 pound of powdered sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, and about 4 tbsp of orange juice - adjust the liquid for a soft frosting. I bought the plastic tubes on Amazon, but Wilton makes ones now too. To assemble, you push a cake circle...
Hi Kim, Just be sure to read every ingredient label of every thing you use. Be aware that some ingredients in your kitchen may be contaminated if you ever double-dipped. The safest thing to do is buy all new ingredients. If you want to make a frosting/icing for this cake, you'll need to use milk and soy free shortening or margarine. Options are Earth Balance soy-free (red packaging) or coconut oil (among a few others). You can keep it simple and just do the solid fat (safe margarine or...
My husband and I are looking for a foundation that we could be art off it for kids like my grandson that's is 99/9% allergy to dairy and eggs. I am very proud of my daughter because she read all the package before she cook or give it to him, she is the best mom a kid could ask. She is single mom and dad to braylon, also her twin sister Doriann is their to help her with braylon like a great titi that she is. I pray to the lord for healing for our angels..God Bless
1/4 cup crisco 16 oz bag mini marshmallows 2 tsp pure clear vanilla 2 Tbsp water 2 lbs powdered sugar Measure the powdered sugar and put in bowl of stand mixer with the hook attachment. Grease the hook with crisco. Next, measure 1/4 cup of crisco into a large microwave safe bowl and take a small piece of it to grease the whole bowl. Add in the marshmallows, vanilla and water. Microwave for 60 seconds and then stir. Continue to microwave on 30 second intervals and mixing until it's smooth.
We have found our local Applebee' s to be very supportive of our granddaughter's allergies (top 8 plus tomatoes, beans, peas, corn, beef). They cook her a chicken breast in a clean pan w/o oils, steam her fresh veggies from unused previously unopened packages of each veggie, lettuce w/o dressing (sometimes she has her chicken in the salad and we bring some dressing she can have), etc. And, they come check on her frequently to make sure there are no problems. They do it all with a friendly...
Pre-teens love taking selfies and being silly;p They love having their moms being BFF's too. We get together to take them both for a dairy free frozen yogurt at the local health food store as a treat at least once a month. -photojenn
I do have a heating core, but I've found that allergen friendly cakes don't always bake well in larger sizes. This is especially true of egg free cakes since they lack key structure. If you can get it baked through, the chance of cracking or crumbling while handling it is pretty high. I've found that Wacky Cake doesn't do well in anything bigger than 9x13 - it takes so long for the center to heat up that the single acting leavening just fizzles out. Gluten/wheat free cakes are very difficult...
Inspiration for it came from here. Discovered that soy sour cream, coconut vanilla yogurt (2 tablespoons) and My T Fine chocolate pudding (CHECK LABEL - buy the one with no milk) will actually work! I'm going to use it for all my cake recipes from now on in fact even if creepers are not involved! http://www.foodista.com/blog/2...-minecraft-cake-ever
We found shredded Diaya in chedder and LOVE it! It's not as good if it's not melted, but it tasted great on pizza and macaroni and cheese! I teared up when my three year old had his first taste of macaroni and "cheese". It melts great.
We have used the shredded cheddar and mozarella varieties in a number of recipes, and we love it. Melts great, smells like dairy cheeses, the melted texture is similar to milk-based cheeses, The Jalapeno variety was way too spicy for my son, age 11. Also keeps unopened for months, for weeks opened, and can be frozen. Only drawback is no calium or protein, really. Looking forward to trying the wedges...I wonder how the costs will compare?
Tried melting daiya wedge vegan "cheeses" - I put thin slices on bread then toasted in a toaster oven. Looks like it melts well. Views and reviews expressed by volunteers reflect their personal opinions and not necessarily the views or opinions of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation.
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