Sensitive Mommy: Recipe {Sweet & Sour Chicken with Rice Sticks

  • January 22, 2015
I love Chinese Food! Problem is most Chinese food has gluten. I eat very little gluten, as it is just easier with a 3 year old celiac in your home, and I feel better when I don’t eat it. And of course if I try to eat something the kids has to have some too. So I need to make GF stir fry… Sweet and Sour Chicken Stir Fry This is a good recipe to go meatless or stretch with veggies. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: Product Review {Bold Organics GF Pizza}

  • January 19, 2015
The lovely people at Bold Organics can sure make a vegan pizza free of gluten, dairy, and egg. It contains soy though, so my soy free friends can make their own DIY Udi’s Pizza or have it delivered via Pizza Hut if you dare. Here is the product link. Bold Organocs GF Vegan Pizza is the best frozen GF DF pizza we have found. It has a soft crust that crisps up nicely. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: Recipe {Maple Glazed Carrots}

  • January 19, 2015
Need a healthy, allergy free, kid-friendly side dish in a snap? Look no further! Maple Glazed Carrots are a sweet, crisp addition that will dress up any meal quickly. Ingredients: - 1 Bag of Peeled Carrots - 3 Tablespoons of Pure Canadian Maple Syrup (see note below) - 1 Tablespoon of oil. We use 100% Canola or Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Pinch of Oregano - Pinch or 2 of Sea Salt Read More

Sensitive Mommy: Recipe & Product Review {Banza Pasta Salad}

  • January 11, 2015
Finding interesting lunches has always been a struggle for me. I really don’t like sandwiches everyday and who could afford that with GF bread. While roaming the aisles of our local grocer Captain and I found Banza- Chickpea Noodles. I knew immediately I wanted to make Banza Pasta Salad. It may be the dead of winter here, but I don’t care, I live eating cold Italian pasta salad filled with veggies. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: 2015 Gluten-Free-Ness List

  • December 31, 2014
Updated January 31, 2015 I have spent hours researching gluten free products that are easy to find on grocery shelves. No special aisle or trip to a specialty store required. By research I mean… Located and spoke to first hand sources regarding the gluten-free-ness of products. I am annoying… I usually Google, email and/or call companies to confirm heir gluten-free-ness. (If I keep say gluten-free-ness it might catch on, right?). This is a labor of love for my son who was diagnosed with celiac disease at 18mo. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: December 2014

  • December 31, 2014
Updated January 31, 2015 I have spent hours researching gluten free products that are easy to find on grocery shelves. No special aisle or trip to a specialty store required. By research I mean… Located and spoke to first hand sources regarding the gluten-free-ness of products. I am annoying… I usually Google, email and/or call companies to confirm heir gluten-free-ness. (If I keep say gluten-free-ness it might catch on, right?). This is a labor of love for my son who was diagnosed with celiac disease at 18mo. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: Baby Puffs Recipe

  • December 13, 2014
Baby Bee’s Puffs Disclaimer: I hate baking. But I do have to make 90-100% of Baby Bee’s food due to FPIES. Here is Baby Food 101! Baby Bee really likes to feed himself. At this stage we gave the Captain “puffs”. In my opinion, baby puffs are awesome. Happy Baby brand are MSPI safe and organic. The Captain ate them as a little snack with healthy veggies and fruit at dinner. Read More
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