A collection of 75 completely allergen-free recipes ready in 30 minutes or less, perfect for food allergic kids and busy professionals who need to get meals on the table swiftly. With her acclaimed cookbooks and loyal following, Cybele Pascal has been pioneering allergy-friendly cooking for more than a decade. As the mother of two kids with food allergies, Pascal knows the value of weeknight-friendly allergy-free recipes that can be prepped and on the table in half an hour without sacrificing flavor or texture. Through adept ingredient substitutions and easy-to-follow techniques, Pascal excels at providing enticing recipes that steer clear of the top eight allergens and appeal to home cooks who need to avoid dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and sesame. Pascal’s allergy-friendly versions of favorites like Creamy Mac ‘n’ “Cheese,” Buffalo Wings with Ranch Dressing, Chicken Mole Soft Tacos, Gnocchi, Deep Dish Pizza with Italian Sausage, and Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry have all the appeal of the originals, and are perfect for food allergic kids and busy professionals. Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking is a delightful solution that will help you get flavorful, safe meals on the table swiftly.
Author: Colette Martin
Publisher: The Experiment
Release Date: 2012-10-16
Has your child been diagnosed with food allergies? If so, help is here! Colette Martin has been there too: When her son Patrick was diagnosed with multiple food allergies in 2001, she had to learn all-new ways to feed him—and especially to make baked goods that he both could and would eat. Learning to Bake Allergen-Free is the book Colette Martin wishes she had back then. She ingeniously presents a dozen manageable lessons that will arm parents to prepare allergen-free baked goods the entire family can enjoy together. The book features: • More than 70 recipes (including variations) sure to become family staples—for muffins, rolls, breads, cookies, bars, scones, cakes, tarts, pizza, and pies— starting with the easiest techniques and adding new skills along the way • Clear explanations of the most common allergens and gluten, with all the details you need on which substitutions work, and why • Hundreds of simple tips for adapting recipes and troubleshooting as you go • Detailed guidelines and more than 15 recipes for making allergen-free treats from packaged gluten-free baking mixes • Special crash courses focused on key ingredients and techniques, including sweetening options, decorating a cake simply but superbly, kicking everyday recipes up a notch, and much more! Whether you already love to bake or are a kitchen novice, Learning to Bake Allergen-Free will give you the knowledge, skills, recipes, and confidence to make food that your family can safely eat—and that they’ll love!
Author: Elizabeth Gordon
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date: 2013-09-03
Since her own allergy diagnosis and the creation of her baking business, people consistently turn up their noses and ask Elizabeth Gordon: “Well then, what do you eat?” People newly diagnosed with food allergies often ask themselves the same thing. And the foods they miss most? Their childhood favorites. The Complete Allergy-Free Comfort Foods Cookbook outlines entrée, sides, and desserts that hark back to simpler times. This book brings such time-honored foods and flavors back into the lives of those with the most common food allergies and sensitivities—those with celiac disease or lactose and/or soy intolerance, and those following a gluten-free or casein-free diet, as well as those allergic to eggs and/or nuts. Its more than 100 delicious recipes are easy enough to make any night of the week. They include: Banana Bread, Buffalo Wings, Chicken Soft Tacos, Shredded Pork Sandwiches, Risotto Primavera, Pizza, Rosemary Smashed Potatoes, Twinkies, and Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Free to Eat Sweets! The number of people with food allergies is skyrocketing, leaving puzzled cooks and anxious parents eager to find recipes for “normal” foods that are both safe and delicious. The Allergen-Free Baker’s Handbook features 100 tried-and-true recipes that are completely free of all ingredients responsible for 90 percent of food allergies, sparing bakers the all-too-common frustration of having to make unsatisfactory substitutions or rework recipes entirely. To make things even easier, energized and empathetic mom Cybele Pascal demystifies alternative foodstuffs and offers an insider’s advice about choosing safe products and sources for buying them. As the head baker for a food-allergic family, food writer Pascal shares her most in-demand treats and how to make them work without allergenic ingredients. Her collection includes a delightfully familiar array of sweets and savory goodies that are no longer off-limits, from Glazed Vanilla Scones, Cinnamon Rolls, and Lemon-Lime Squares to Chocolate Fudge Brownies, Red Velvet Cake, and every kid’s favorite: Pizza. In addition to being a lifeline for people with food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances, these entirely vegan recipes are perfect for anyone looking to avoid artificial and refined ingredients, and those interested in baking with healthful new gluten-free flours such as quinoa, sorghum, and amaranth. Best of all, Pascal has fine-tuned each recipe to please the palates of the most exacting critics: her young sons. Lennon and Monte like these tasty treats even better than their traditional counterparts, and you will too! From the Trade Paperback edition.
Each of the 150 recipes included in this family-friendly cookbook are free of gluten and the eight most common allergens thus taking the guesswork out of determining which recipes are safe and which are a risk. Culinary expert, Leslie Hammond teaches readers how to use naturally allergy-free ingredients and substitutes to add richness, texture, pizzazz and nutritional content to meals without losing the “yummy” factor.
Allergy-Friendly Food for Families is the most trustworthy, comprehensive, practical, and kid-friendly collection of recipes that exists for the important and growing audience of allergy-aware families. Unlike other allergy cookbooks, this book covers not one or two allergens, but the five most common allergens in kids: wheat, dairy, eggs, nuts, and soy. Each of the 120 recipes is free of at least three of these allergens; most are free of all five. When parents are desperate for ideas for what to make for dinner (or lunch, or snack time), they want recipes from someone they trust, for food that tastes good, that doesn't require a lot of fancy ingredients, and that the whole family can eat. Allergy-Friendly Food for Families is the ultimate resource. From the three crucial mealtimes (breakfast, lunch, dinner) to the "fun" foods families can't live without (desserts, snacks, parties), parents are completely covered. Perhaps most importantly, all of these recipes are simple for parents to make. Recipes such as Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies, Pear Yogurt Dunkers, Good-for-you Nachos, Polenta Mini Pizzas, Giant Cookie Cake, Veggie Bite Soup, and Cool Zucchini Noodles will make kids forget they have allergies. Parents will love the additional informational sections on spotting food allergies, stocking an allergy-free pantry, deciphering labels, and other frequently asked questions. Food should be delicious; family time should be fun. This book reflects those values.
Author: Linda Larsen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2008-08-17
Food allergies in the United States are growing at an alarming rate and, unfortunately, children are often afflicted with more than one allergy. For the families, preparing a meal can be unnerving. This cookbook takes the guesswork out of shopping and cooking delicious meals everyone will enjoy. There's no missing out with such tasty delights as: No-nut crunchy coffee cake Eggless french toast Dairy-free risotto curry No soy pork and veggie stir fry Wheat- and dairy-free chocolate chip cookies and more! Each recipe is labeled to indicate which allergies are safe so readers can mix and match according to their family's needs. Packed with tips and tools for reading labels and purchasing ingredients, the entire family can finally eat great tasting foods without the danger of an allergic reaction.
Author: Elizabeth Gordon
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date: 2010-01-29
Safe ways to sweeten the day for people with food allergies Some twelve million Americans suffer serious allergic reactions to nuts, dairy, gluten, and other ingredients typically found in desserts. Finally, here's a collection of delicious dessert recipes offering a safe option for allergy sufferers who don't want to give up their favorite treats. Even though these recipes are completely free of gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, and eggs, you'll hardly notice the difference. Allergy-free Desserts includes recipes for all of your favorite baked treats—cakes, cupcakes, pies, quick breads, cookies, and dessert bars. Written by Elizabeth Gordon, herself allergic to eggs and wheat, this indispensable cookbook will finally let you enjoy desserts safely again. Featuring 82 recipes and 44 full-color photos Recipes that taste just like the real thing—but without the gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, or eggs The perfect dessert cookbook for the millions of people who suffer from food allergies or Celiac Disease Allergies shouldn't hold you back. Allergy-free Desserts finally lets you indulge your sweet tooth.
As the busy mother of five young children, Kelly Rudnicki faced a daily challenge when it came to feeding her family. Things got even more complicated when one of her sons was diagnosed with severe food allergies. Launching the Food Allergy Mama website, she struck a chord with parents and home cooks in similar situations and made it her mission to prove that allergen-free meals can be easy and flavorful. Showcasing the very best of Rudnicki's repertoire, The Food Allergy Mama's Easy, Fast Family Meals makes it simple to please a hungry crowd. Rudnicki purposely tests her recipes on friends and neighbors who don't have food allergies just to make sure her cooking tastes like "regular" cuisine. The result is a bounty of delicious offerings, including: Morning Glory Muffins Breakfast Burritos Creamy Tomato Soup Hearty Pasta Featuring Grandma Jeanne's Bolognese Sauce Oatmeal Fudge Bars All recipes are made without milk, butter, cheese, eggs, or nuts. She also includes time-saving tips, and ideas for inexpensive ingredient substitutions, including tofu and applesauce. Menu ideas and holiday celebrations make this book the most comprehensive guide of its kind-a one-stop resource for allergen-free, worry-free home cooking every day of the week.
A “classic” in the world of food allergy cooking, “What’s to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook” is a comprehensive cookbook for anyone who must eliminate milk products, eggs, peanuts and tree nuts from their diets. The book is packed with over 145 kitchen-tested recipes for everything from soups and salads to main courses, side dishes, breakfast foods and baked goods – all completely dairy-, egg- and nut-free, and most using ingredients that you can find at your local supermarket. Here are recipes that can be enjoyed by everyone, whether they suffer from food allergies or not. These recipes are irresistibly good – the entire family will enjoy them, and guests will not believe they’re being served “special diet” foods. “What’s to Eat?” also includes suggestions for complete menus, and a guide to help you determine if an ingredient is “safe” to use. As an added bonus, all 45 of the baked goods recipes in this book are also completely cholesterol-free and Kosher Pareve. If you don’t want to feel “restricted” by a restricted diet, “What’s To Eat?” will help simplify the difficult task of managing multiple food allergies. Sections include: Tables of Contents & Recipe List, Introduction, Ingredients, Basic Recipe Information, Soups & Salads, Beef, Poultry, Fish, Pasta, Potatoes, Rice, Vegetables, Miscellaneous, Quick Breads & Breakfast Foods, Cakes, Cookies, Other Desserts, Menu Ideas, and Glossary.
"As a chef, former caterer, and much-loved food blogger, Heather Christo's life revolves around food, so when she and her daughters were diagnosed with severe food allergies, she thought her life--and career--were over. With ingredients like gluten, dairy, nuts, and even cane sugar and black pepper permanently off the menu, Heather had to teach herself to cook all over again. Much to her surprise, however, she discovered that taking control of her family's diet and wellness led to a new sense of empowerment, bringing her family closer together than ever before while permanently banishing the ill health that had been their "normal" for years..."--Amazon.com.
Wean your baby and nourish your toddler with 100 nutritious recipes free from all 14 major allergens. 'Introducing your baby to food is one of the many great joys of parenthood. When it comes to weaning children with food allergies, we are two mums who have been there, done that and got the baby food-spattered T-shirts.' With over 100 delicious, wholesome recipes covering your baby's very first tastes up to mini meals, The Allergy-Free Baby & Toddler Cookbook works with whichever weaning method you use. Offering meal plans and a host of practical advice and nutritional expertise this book will help lay the foundations for life-long healthy eating. Using ingredients that can be readily found in supermarkets, each recipe is free from 14 major food allergens: dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soya, gluten, sesame, fish, molluscs, crustaceans, celery, mustard, lupin and sulphites.
Author: Elizabeth Gordon
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date: 2013-05-07
Multiple food allergies are on the rise, and Elizabeth Gordon knows how tough it can be to find meals that your whole family can enjoy safely. She also knows that busy moms don't have lots of time, and that the more economically you can cook, the better. Enter Simply Allergy-Free—a lifesaving cookbook, chock full of easy, reliable recipes that you can make any night of the week. Whether cooking for yourself or a family, Simply Allergy-Free has a wide range of recipes for you to enjoy, so that you don't feel stuck eating the same boring recipes week after week. Instead, you can now enjoy Beef Tostadas, Chicken Tikka Burgers, Creamy Thai Coconut Chicken, and other flavorful dishes that will keep your menu varied and your body safe. And if you have a hankering for sweets, this book includes new mouth-watering dessert recipes, such as Caramel Kiss Cookies, Chocolate Pretzel Pie, and Hostess Cupcakes. Gordon’s approach to allergen-free food simultaneously pleases both the most delicate digestive system and the most discriminating palate.