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kids' favorite recipes

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Elevated fishcakes with a zesty twist! Chili Lime Tuna Fishcakes that are gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, & soy-free, without the oil and baked in the oven. With a secret nutty ingredient for a super flavor-packed & healthy recipe your family will love for dinner or lunch!
Published in Main Courses
Healthy, protein-packed, homemade cereal for breakfast? You will love this recipe for Copycat Gluten-Free Reese’s Puffs Cereal that’s vegan, grain-free, and sugar-free! Chocolate and peanut butter flavors are just what you need to kickstart your day!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
Easy Chinese take-out made right at home! This Gluten-Free Orange Chicken recipe is not only soy-free, but top-8 allergy-free, quick to make, & a whole lot healthier! With a sticky, sweet, & spicy homemade orange sauce, this remake on the classic take-out will be a new favorite dinner option (with killer leftovers!)
Published in Main Courses
A kid-friendly snack time favorite! Homemade Gluten-Free Teddy Grahams that are vegan, top-8 allergy-free, even sugar-free and whole grain! A recipe with options for different flavor variations, these adorable little bears with be gobbled up by little hands (and big ones too!)
Published in Appetizers & Snacks
A homemade candy bar recipe that couldn't be easier! 4-Ingredient Homemade Mounds Bars! This copycat coconut and chocolate treat is gluten-free, vegan, paleo, top-8 allergy-free, much healthier without the junk, but still delicious!
Published in Desserts
No oil needed for this Extra Crispy Gluten-Free Air Fryer Popcorn Chicken recipe! A healthier, super crunchy version of your fast food favorite that's top 8 allergy-free, a mom-approved quick & easy dinner idea, and kid-friendly!
Published in Main Courses
The best authentic Old-Fashioned Gluten-Free & Vegan Buttermilk Biscuits just like your Southern grandmother used to make! Soft, tender, flaky, and begging to be slathered with dairy-free butter, jam, or covered in gravy. This recipe is top-8 allergy-free and only 6 ingredients; in 12 minutes you'll have warm pull-apart buns ready on the table!
Published in Breads
Breakfast. I love it. I really love starting our morning off with a nice, big breakfast. Sunday’s around here are known as Pancake Day. It’s a nice treat to make something more fun and a little more time consuming for a lazy Sunday morning. Once in a while I’ll make waffles to mix it up a bit. One thing I have always wanted to try for my kids is French toast. There’s just something about the thick bread coated in an egg mixture and covered in syrup and powdered sugar that sends my taste buds tingling. But the problem is, my oldest son is allergic to egg and you can’t just take any egg replacer and make French toast out of it. In fact, when I was first learning about egg substitutions and we started using Ener-G, I asked if we could use that in French toast. My wife laughed a little and said “no.” I’ve seen recipes trying to circumvent that such as using a banana mixture, but he’s not that fond of bananas anymore and I wanted something that was going to be more like real French toast. Enter VeganEgg.
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
No more missing out on your Italian favorite! A Classic Baked Gluten-Free & Vegan Manicotti recipe with homemade tomato sauce, a creamy dairy-free & soy-free cheesy filling, all topped with a homemade 2-ingredient "parmesan"! A perfect comfort food dinner the whole family will enjoy!
Published in Main Courses
One of my favorite fall treats has always been my mom's apple crisp. In addition to being delicious, it was easy to change it to dairy free, and then again to wheat free. I miss it a lot during the rest of the year. As sick as I am of oats sometimes, they do come in handy as a cobbler topping and more. Here, I used an adaptation of my mom's apple crisp topping, melded with some not-wheat-free cobbler and jam bar examples (from the Pomona's pectin recipe page) to make a year-round cobbler. This one has a pressed bottom, and a top that is sprinkled but that expands to cover the fruit as it bakes. The coolest part, for me, is that the recipe has become my go-to way of using up leftover jam (you know, the drippy stuff at the bottom of your jars or homemade containers), past-ripe mushed up fruit, etc---whatever is in season. Don't be intimidated by the long directions---they simply lay out every small step for you in case you're new to making grain-and-fruit layered items. Enjoy!
Published in Desserts
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