Halloween Candy Allergen Info at Target

The level of food allergy awareness surrounding Halloween has increased dramatically in recent years, thanks in large part to the popularity of the Teal Pumpkin movement. Not only are more people aware that some kids cannot enjoy much candy, they are also paying more attention to what goes into that candy. This display I found at Read More …

The Teal Pumpkin Project with Oriental Trading Co

By now, you probably all know what teal pumpkins mean. But if you’re new to food allergies this year, let me introduce you to probably the best food allergy movement since the inception of the action plan–the Teal Pumpkin Project! A teal pumpkin on display at your home means that you have non-food treats available to Read More …

Yellow Wacky Cake

If you have to bake without egg (or dairy), chances are, you’ve heard of the Wacky Cake. Or Crazy Cake, or Depression Cake. It’s a very old recipe, and a very good one! I always gets rave reviews when I share it with people–even those who don’t have dietary restrictions. You don’t always want a chocolate cake though, so here is how to convert the Wacky Cake into a Yellow Wacky Cake! Read More …

Homemade Top 8 Free White Chocolate

Make your own White Chocolate that is free of all top 8 allergens! Plus, learn how simple it is to mold your own Easter chocolates! Read More …

Keeping Green Eggs out of the Classroom

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday, which has nationally become known as Read Aloud Day. This is a great opportunity to increase literacy in younger children by sharing Dr. Seuss’s extensive collection of great kids books. Many preschool and elementary school teachers include crafts inspired by the books as a way to increase excitement and Read More …