Archive for the ‘ Allergy Friendly ’ Category

Planning Healthy Lunches

Posted on September 12th, 2017 by Marla Schultz

Lunches can be challenging to plan—especially if you’ve recently changed your way of eating—and a lack of preparation can cause you to start sliding down that slippery slope that leads you right back to the way you were eating before. Not good. Months ago I adjusted my eating habits. I went gluten-, dairy-, and sugar-free [&hellip

Perfect Peach Desserts

Posted on July 25th, 2017 by Marla Schultz

Summertime is a scrumptious time to create perfect peach desserts using fresh or canned peaches, and right now, my area of the country has fruit stands bursting with this golden fruit. I lift the heavy box of newly-picked fruit and struggle under the weight as I carry it up the sidewalk to my front door. Warm [&hellip

Allergy Friendly Meal Planning Made Easy

Posted on January 17th, 2017 by Marla Schultz

Allergy Friendly Meal Planning Made Easy

Did you know that, according to researchers*, more than 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies? One out of every 13 children under the age of 18 are part of these statistics. Wow! The odds are that someone in your family is a part of this 15 million and, possibly, more than just one of your [&hellip

Goals for 2017: Save Money and Get Healthy

Posted on December 27th, 2016 by Marla Schultz

Save Money and Get Healthy

The end of the year is just a few days away and many of us are pondering New Year’s resolutions, setting goals, and making plans for 2017. For many of us, these goals center around our finances. Maybe its purchasing a home for the first time, or adding on to the one we already own. [&hellip

Allergy Friendly Lunch Boxes

Posted on August 21st, 2013 by Shani

allergy friendly lunch boxes

Ah, what an exciting time of year!  School supplies are being purchased, teachers are being met, and, if you are a food allergy family, arrangements are being made to ensure your child’s food allergy action plan is in place and understood by the school personnel and caregivers. For most kids, lunchtime is a favorite part [&hellip

Sweet Potato Waffles

Posted on July 31st, 2013 by Lisa Holcomb

Oh the smell of these wonderful waffles cooking up.  Makes a great healthy breakfast or dinner.  Make up a batch for an average of $6.50 to feed a family of 4-6.  Enjoy!!   Print Sweet Potato Waffles Author: Build A Menu   Ingredients 4 sweet potatoes peeled and grated 6 egg(s) 4 Tbsp butter melted 2 [&hellip

Safe Allergy Free Cooking

Posted on April 16th, 2013 by Shani

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There is no question, food allergy/intolerance is on the rise.  Therefore, the likelihood that you will, at some point, need to cook for a family member/child’s class party/church potluck/business luncheon that will include someone who has special dietary needs is extremely likely. It’s so very important that you know how to read labels for safe [&hellip