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Many Christmas traditions involve food. You know, building and decorating gingerbread houses, opening chocolate candy from the advent calendar, putting milk and cookies out for Santa. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, but the food focus can be REALLY hard when you’ve got a child with food allergies. So what happens if we don’t want to focus on food-based traditions? Or maybe we just want something a little less intensive than Elf On A Shelf? Well, I’ve got you covered! I’ve scoured the internet for some fun, meaningful food allergy friendly holiday traditions & activity ideas and included a few of our own traditions as well.