Happy Easter to you all from What Allergy? There are lots of companies making freefrom dairy and nut free Easter eggs out there including Kinnerton, Plamil, D&D and Celtic chocolates but for those of you who failed to get hold of one or just fancied something different, here is an alternative easy, quick and totally […]
If you have a dairy, wheat or tomato allergy or avoid gluten and corn check out Venice Bakery’s gluten, dairy, soya, egg, corn and wheat free pizza bases. Really easy to cook and they taste great. Have you tried them yet?
Did you know that Bird’s custard was invented over a hundred years ago because of egg allergy. Yet we are constantly told that allergies are a new thing. Perhaps they’re not so new and people just suffered ill health in silence. Read on for more custard facts…
This week we cooked pork meat balls for tea; they were really tasty and very easy to make. The recipe came from “I’m Hungry” by Tanya Wright, a brilliant allergen free cookbook, and an excellent idea for a Christmas present…
If you subscribe to the free what allergy weekly newsletter then you’re entitled to a discount on the fantastic new allergy cook book, “I’m Hungry” by Tanya Wright. Instead of paying £10.50 you pay £9! Saving the £1.50 postage and packing costs.
I just had to share this recipe for gluten free, dairy free, egg free, nut free delicious cookies from Cookability. They’re quick and easy to make and absolutely yummy.
Buying allergy friendly Easter eggs can be hard work but a real treat for those with dairy, wheat, egg and nut allergies. Most supermarkets will stock some allergy free options but make sure you study the ingredients and caution/may contain warnings.
Fancy going on an amazing, inspirational and challenging allergy friendly cookery course? Didn’t think it was possible? Read on to find out how I got on at Cookability’s gluten, egg and dairy free cookery course in Battersea, London.