It’s almost been a year since Freddie’s official CMPA diagnosis and so this Easter was our first dairy free. I was daunted at the prospect really as we spend so much of our time checking labels for hidden milk that I wondered if he would be enjoying much for Easter apart from an extortionate lack…… Continue reading Dairy free easter
We have made some indulgent treats for Freddie to enjoy. Buying dairy free goodies from the supermarket can be a bit samey, not to mention expensive, so it’s good to branch out and experiment. Freddie loves helping out in the kitchen and today he picked to make vegan Chocolate cookies. Ingredients Dairy free spread 125g…… Continue reading Dairy free egg free gooey peanut butter cookies
When your sister gives your mom a monster marrow, and then she gives it your son who proceeds to roll around the carpet with it.. There is really only one solution… Stuff the living day lights out of it and top with cheese and a glass of rouge!
The obesity crisis in Britain is always ringing in our ears and the latest survey that add to this is from The infant and toddler forum. The survey of 1000 parents showed that around 79% of kids in the 1-4 age bracket are given more than their recommended portion size for their age, especially with…… Continue reading Do you feed your toddler too much?
We are being taken over by eggs in this household. Literally held to ransom. Ever since Freddie has been egg free it’s only now I have realised we don’t need as many eggs as week used to. Que the “using up eggs” searches on Pinterest, fighting my way through, flans, omelettes and boiled eggs I…… Continue reading Salted caramel cocoa meringues
As Freddie is going dairy free at he moment I am trying to come up with fun ideas for treats that he can have without missing out. We have an abundance of coconut milk so I decided to have an experimental go at some coconut milk based Ice cream. Base 8 Oreo cookies, 2 tablespoons…… Continue reading Dairy free Oreo ice cream cheesecakes