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: Gluten Free Foodie Gift Guide

  • December 17, 2014
So who is more fun to shop for than the Gluten Free Cook? We have to be creative, use innovative tools, and if you have a shared kitchen you need 2 of almost everything. 1. KitchenAid Stand Mixer with Bowl Stand- $300-350 This is my dream gift. I am saving up for this green little beauty. 2. Brightly Colored Non-Stick Fry Pan- $10-20 A shared kitchen essential. With a bright color to identify cooking stuff as GF accidents are less likely to happen. 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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