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"This looks great - thanks for posting, KennKonn! One thing I do want to mention is that often sunflower seeds are processed on the same lines as peanuts and tree nuts - you can doublecheck with the manufacturers to see whether whether cross-contamination would be an issue for those with peanut and/or tree nut allergies."
Nov 12, 2007 on Food.com
"This was great! We deal with multiple food allergies and have to avoid dairy and tree nuts, so this was the perfect recipe for us. I used a blender (no food processor. This would have worked well with a doubled recipe, but there was not enough volume to get a single batch very smooth. I used a mortar & pestle to finish grinding. This was mad..."
Oct 1, 2007 on Food.com
"What a great find! I made this dairy-free and wheat-free by substituting light coconut milk for the milk, soy margarine for the butter, and a gluten-free mix for the flour (allergies. I used the amount of salt originally called for (1 1/2 tsp - for us 1 to 1 1/4 tsp would be perfect. This was easy, quick, and good - there's more flavor here th..."
Jun 19, 2007 on Food.com
"Two things I love about this: 1 It's dairy-free, and we have dairy allergies. 2 It was so good that it didn't seem like the act of desperation that it really was - I couldn't get to the grocery store and puff pastry shells emerged as the main ingredient in the house. Because my kids are vegetable-phobic I skipped the carrots & parsley (too hard ..."
Jun 19, 2007 on Food.com
"Just another voice for checking with your doctor first before adding spelt to your diet if you are wheat-allergic. A lot of people call a lot of different conditions "allergies". If you have IGE-mediated wheat food allergies, ask your allergist - my husband's says spelt is not safe for him. There may also be cross-contamination issues with the ..."
Feb 8, 2007 on Food.com
"This recipe was a revelation to us when we discovered it on the oatmeal box - my husband has wheat allergies and this is a meatloaf that doesn't use breadcrumbs. We skip the egg (allergies and the loaf holds together just fine. We also use 1 Tbs dried minced onion in place of the fresh, and reduce the pepper to 1/8 tsp. I use V-8 juice when I..."
Feb 3, 2007 on Food.com
"This is great for people with egg allergies! Substitute it in recipes where the egg is used for binding. We used to use this all the time for oatmeal cookies, sugar cookies, and sunflower butter cookies. We still often do, even though we can use eggs now - we like the texture better this way. Another bonus - you can lick the batter without worryin..."
Jan 24, 2007 on Food.com
"Okay, here was our situation: a dairy- (and other things allergic girl, going to a tea party at a friend's house, where the menu was little frou-frou-y cakes and other snacks that were totally off-limits for her. We made this filling dairy-free by substituting in soy cream cheese, replaced the strawberry jam with raspberry, and dropped the vanil..."
Dec 5, 2006 on Food.com
"So, so good! We make this with soy margarine and vanilla soy milk (dairy allergies, omitting the additional vanilla. We use "artisan" sourdough bread, cut an inch thick, and the texture is fantastic - nice and crunchy and chewy, not all gooey and soggy like french toast can sometimes be. Reheating frozen sticks takes 30-40 seconds in our 1000 w..."
Dec 4, 2006 on Food.com
"My daughter can't have hot chocolate (food allergies, but this keeps her happy when it's cold outside! We make it with soy milk - either plain or vanilla flavor works well. Sixty seconds in the microwave to heat the water and you're practically done. A note to others dealing with children's milk allergies: this Kids' Coffee really does look li..."
Nov 27, 2006 on Food.com