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I am saddened by the comments on this blog that often take a judgmental turn. The information is intended to be just that -- information. You need to make your own decisions for your life and be accountable for your actions. I debated closing the blog, but feel there are many valuable items listed for families struggling with food allergies, especially early on.

If you need further information please contact a doctor. If you need to verify a product's ingredients, please look at current labels and contact the company yourself. Note many posts are several years old. Use your best judgment and do not make up comments to scare people.

Sunday, May 30, 2010


**This is a week-long series that will detail the food that I feed my almost 3-year-old who has multiple food allergies, including dairy, egg, tree nuts, and peanuts.  Each day I will detail the food she eats for her meal.  I will update snacks with the dinner menu.  Included you will see how I menu plan and prepare meals for the allergic child. I will be starting Sunday (although I will be skipping Monday).**

Breakfasts at our house are pretty simple.  We have a couple open cereal boxes to choose from, Quaker Oatmeal (single packs), and pancakes or waffles (I make in bulk and freeze).  We usually have fresh or dried fruit.  It works for us.  Plus I can let our daughter decided what she wants to eat and she gets to earn a little independence.

Sunday's Breakfast

Today our daughter choose Quaker Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal- Low Sugar. 

I heat up water in measuring cup.
Mix all together in bowl.

Served with soy milk.

Today's second breakfast: Kashi Honey Sunshine and Craisins. Often after finishing her oatmeal, she is still hungry.  I usually give her some cereal with dried fruit until she's full.
When her soy milk is gone, she will drink water.

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