For Easter treats we like nut-free and egg-free Cadbury mini eggs – the little chocolate eggs with the crunchy shell. We also enjoy Hershey kisses and Peeps. (As always, this is what we enjoy for our family. Please check all labels for allergy-friendliness for your family.) Here are a few more adaptations we enjoy:
We also plan to have fun making these this week:
- Spring Oreo Cookie Balls. Recipe and photo from Kraft. We even found allergy-safe white melting chocolate to make them with.
More ideas from around the web:
- Eggnots Dyable Ceramic Eggs – Nancy reviewed these not-eggs!
- Peanut Free Planet is a wonderful resource for nut-free Easter products.
- The Nut- Free Mom has a guide for Food-Allergy Friendly Supermarket Easter Candy Finds.
- This is such a cute Bunny and Carrot Chips lunch from Keeley McGuire blog.
- The week after Easter we always like to make a Sunflower Peeps cake (with egg substitute and other allergy-friendly ingredients) to use up those Peeps!
How about you? What is something special for Easter and spring you are making in an allergy-friendly way?
~Tricia is saving bucks and her sanity with frugal family recipes and allergy-friendly strategies. You can find her facing a daily dose of chaos substituting ingredients and homeschooling five children at Hodgepodge. Read her FAB story here.