Are you wondering what you would eat with food allergies if you went on vacation? You’ll get all sorts of allergy-friendly ideas for peanut, tree nut, wheat, egg, and dairy allergies (and likely the other top allergens too) in this post. Don’t miss the free planning printable!
I’ve been hearing about the mental weight that moms carry lately. How we do and feel so much more than what people know. This post talks about the high mental weight of a food allergy mom.
You’d be surprised how a clean fridge can make cooking delicious allergy eats for your family easier. Find out why you should clean your fridge as part of your food allergy research and education.
Motivation to meal plan can come and go but there are simple and practical ways to make sure you won’t lose interest. My personal favourite is doing it in a group of other food allergy mamas like the one I’ve created for you. Find out more in this post.
In this blog I’m interviewing a fellow food allergy mama to discover how she gets safe allergy eats on the table EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. Thanks to Christel for giving us her secrets!
So here’s the truth mama. Finding the perfect recipe isn’t what’s holding you back from more dinnertime variety with less cooking time and stress.
What’s holding you back is not taking the small amount of time to PLAN how you’ll use the recipes you ALREADY have. The secret is in grouping the recipes and strategically re-using every one of them.
Doing this will not only increase your meal variety, but it will especially save time (up to 24 hours or a full weekend per year) searching for new recipes.
Meal planning for me has become a blend of structure (pre-planning) and flexibility (cooking from the pantry) to fit whatever stage or needs we have as a family and I as a mom. This perfect mixture of structure and flexibility keep my meals inspired with variety but also efficient and running smoothly.
I’m sharing the tips I’ve learned over 11 years of food allergy & special diet shopping that will save you money at the grocery store.