Tropical Sand Cup

We’ve come up with a different take on the traditional “Dirt Cup” and made it an allergy-friendly recipe. Last spring, Enjoy Life Foods gave us the ingredients for making their dirt cup. It was very good! My wife thought she might have had a slight reaction to it though. Since Enjoy Life Products are top Read More …

Goodbye Incredible Edible Gluten-Free Food Fair

Fairs. Most of the food allergy fairs, expos, and conferences are on the coasts. I understand that, they are huge population centers and it’s a numbers thing. A few more pop up around the country, but here in the Rocky Mountain Region there isn’t a whole lot. A few years back we discovered a local Read More …

Enjoy Life Foods Pancake and Waffle Mix review

Pancakes. If you’ve read my posts before, you’ll know that Sunday is Pancake Day around here. I’ve been making pancakes almost every Sunday for several years now. It’s become such a tradition that my two boys expect pancakes on Sunday, even on vacation. It was a little tricky at first with my older son’s egg Read More …

Zing Bars Review

We found out about Zing Bars through a Freedible Twitter party. (If you don’t know about Freedible it’s a great community that focuses on custom eating and helps you find others with your dietary restrictions. It’s a great place for recipes and support! Visit their site here!) Zing offered all of us a sample box of their bars. Read More …

Chocolate Sunbutter Pie (with Enjoy Life Foods Chocolate Sunseed Crunch Crust)

I’ll be straight up honest with you. When I first tried Sunbutter I didn’t like it. Not at all. (Both my peanut allergic boys loved it.) It wasn’t peanut butter, it was different. And that was my problem. It’s not supposed to be peanut butter. After I came to terms that it’s supposed to taste Read More …

Everything is going to be okay

Everything is going to be okay, really. I know, food allergies are tough, super hard. You wonder how you’re going to get through it. But you will and it will be your child’s normal. We like to say “Vigilance without Paranoia.” Do your due diligence, but don’t freak out in front of your kid. If Read More …