Do you remember the days when it was easy to just walk into the kitchen and throw together a simple dinner or breakfast?
Do you remember the time before you had food allergies and intolerances in your family…the time when it was simple to plan meals and grocery shop?
Cooking seemed easier when you didn’t have to consider each and every ingredient you put into your recipes. It used to be more fun. I believe that it can still be fun. I believe that you can enjoy amazing, easy recipes even when cooking for multiple food allergies.
I’ve had to make many changes to my diet since I’ve had children. My firstborn was and still is sensitive to gluten, so I was gluten free for several years. When my second son was born, he had issues with reflux, and that coupled with his laryngomalacia made me change my diet once again. I eliminated dairy, egg, soy, and corn in addition to gluten.
If you know what it’s like to be a nursing mother to a baby with reflux and food sensitivities…if you know what it’s like to be a hungry nursing mother and have limited food choices because you are trying to keep your baby comfortable, these recipes are for you.
If you have little children with food allergies and sensitivities who want to eat fun kid foods like pizza and macaroni and cheese…foods that unless they are heavily modified, would not agree with their food restrictions, these recipes are for you.
If you love to cook and bake, but aren’t sure where to begin now that you have to deal with food allergies or intolerances, these recipes are for you.
It’s from those kinds of experiences that I share these 31 gluten free, dairy free, and egg free recipes.
These are recipes that my family loves. All of us, even my husband, who can eat whatever he wants.
These recipes for main dishes, desserts, and snacks are delicious and comforting. And even if you don’t have anyone in your family with food allergies, I think you’ll find some new recipes for comfort food that will appeal to you, too!
Join me and learn how to successfully prepare delicious allergy friendly food your family will LOVE.
UPDATE: I’ve compiled many of these recipes, plus added 11 new ones to make an ebook from this series. Allergy Friendly Comfort Food: 40 Delicious Recipes Made Without Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, or Soy is available as a PDF for easy reading on any device, or as a Kindle book.
Click HERE to find out more!
31 Recipes for Allergy Friendly Comfort Food:
Day 1: Pepperoni Pizza
Day 2: Peanut Butter Cookies
Day 3: Creamy Dairy Free Tomato Carrot Soup
Day 4: Easy Gluten Free Cracker Recipe
Day 5: Apple Crisp
Day 6: White Bean and Turkey Chili
Day 7: Creamy Avocado Dip
Day 8: GF and Vegan Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
Day 9: Chicken Tacos and Homemade Taco Seasoning
Day 10: GF and Vegan Macaroni and Cheese
Day 11: Vegan Hot Fudge Sauce
Day 12: Sweet potato and Pea Risotto with Garlic Breadcrumbs
Day 13: Sugar Cookies with Chocolate Drizzle
Day 14: 5 Gluten Free and Dairy Free Soups
Day 15: Peanut Butter Apple Dip
Day 16: Creamy Potato and Ham Soup
Day 17: Creamy Noodles with Tuna and Cheese Sauce
Day 18: The Best Vegan Hot Cocoa
Day 19: Sausage Lentil Sweet Potato Autumn Soup
Day 20: 25 Dairy Free Dessert Recipes
Day 21: Slow Cooker Chicken Wild Rice Soup
Day 22: Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Day 23: Turkey Shepherd’s Pie – GF and DF
Day 24: Four Ingredient Gluten Free Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Day 25: The Easiest Gluten Free and Vegan Chocolate Cake
Day 26: Sloppy Joes
Day 27: Beef Stroganoff
Day 28: Vegan Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
Day 29: Garlic Spaghetti
Day 30: Chewy Toasted Coconut Oatmeal Cookies
Day 31: Three Ingredient Black Bean Soup
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I am really trying to find some information for my adult son. As a child, he was SEVERELY allergic to dairy, eggs, wheat, legumes and nuts. Other allergies would wax and wane. For nearly 2 years, he could only have wild meat…no chicken, beef or pork. As a young man, he found that he could eat what he wanted, minus the peanuts and tree nuts. Finally, he could eat whatever he wanted at restaurants! Now, at age 27, he has been diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis. Now, he must avoid all the dairy, gluten, egg, peanuts, tree nuts and beans. He lives alone, and rarely cooks more than gluten free spaghetti. I need ideas for him. You would think that I could remember how I cooked for him as a child, but the fact is, he had never had “real” food then. He liked what I prepared. He has tasted better now, lol. Do you have ideas or recipes that are easy for him to prepare…a young bachelor with an insatiable appetite, but no cooking skills?
I have an allergen search function, that may help you! https://theprettybee.com/search/ Just select your allergens and then only recipes without those allergens will come up. I’m sorry you and your son have to deal with this, it’s so hard to deal with multiple food allergies! Let me know how else I can help!
I am glad I found your site. It seems like more and more things I can’t eat. After eating tuna and egg salad the other day and suffering for 4 days because of it, I have decided to stop ignoring all of my families aliments, no matter how small they may seem. I also am allergic to tomato, which is a rare food allergy. I can’t even cut them or my hands get all red and inflamed.
I wonder where all these kids allergies came from?
I could eat anything I liked as a kid. The only thing I was allergic to was penicillin.
I just joined up. I’m so thrilled to learn and read about recipes. I have several Autoimmune Diseases
Just started the AIP diet. It’s extremely strict. I find myself wondering what will I eat??? Do I now become a Vegan? But I love fish and chicken. So glad I found you.
Thank you for giving me hope!!!! My daughter is allergic to all 3 and fixing food for her has become a nightmare!!! Then I found you. God Bless you. Barbara M.
I’m glad to help! Let me know if you have any questions – I know how hard it is to manage new food allergies.
Do you have any recipes that are gluten free, whey free, nightshade free, corn free, soy, free, dairy free ( eggwhites are ok) beef free. I have Celiac disease and allergic to the others. Just having trouble finding things without getting sick. Please email me at email@example.com
Thank you so much for these recipes, I just found out my daughter has milk and egg allergies and finding dinner options has been hard, can’t wait to try these recipes!
I hope you enjoy the recipes! I know it’s hard to make a big dietary change. Feel free to email me if you have any questions!
Hello, my Children are egg, dairy and nut free. Would your book be suitable for them?
This book is egg, dairy, and gluten free. There are a few recipes that contain nuts.
However, this book is top 8 free and sesame free as well, so it should work for you! http://theprettybee.com/allergy-free-and-delicious
Thank you!!! God bless you…my daughter will love this!
You’re welcome, so glad I can help! :)
I have recently diagnosed as being allergic to all dairy, eggs, gluten, wheat, rye and barley, as well as having numerous environmental allergies. I have always been able to eat anything I want, but that changed in the past few months. I have gone from eating whatever, whenever, to starving and thinking that a piece of ice looks delicious! I suffer tremendously when eating. . . sneezing, choking and gagging and gasping for air, suffering with loss of breath, extreme headaches and tremendous pains in my stomach. Now that I am aware of my allergies and try to be careful of everything I put in my mouth, it does help some. It is just hard finding things that I can actually eat – that I would even like! One thing I realized very quickly is just how expensive special diet foods are!! As such, when I came across this article, I got very excited to try your recipes. Can’t wait!!
These recipes are amazing. I suffer from a lot of allergens. To find these on line and available as an book is fantastic.
Thank you so much! :)
I am looking forward to reading through all of your recipes. My first had larygomalacia also and dairy allergy. Now I have a nursing 2 month old with dairy, soy and egg allergies that we’ve discovered so far and trying to determine what else she is allergic to.
Oh man, I’m sorry! It’s so hard to figure out what the problem foods are in the beginning. You’re doing a great job, though! Keep it up. I hope you find some recipes that work for you here!
I know this was posted a couple of years ago but I almost cried reading it. I have 3 children, the baby is allergic to wheat,dairy, and eggs. The older 2 are not allergic to anything. I have tried so hard to find food that all of them can eat and the baby wouldn’t feel left out. Your blog has to be heaven sent. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!!!
Oh, I’m so glad that you found me! I hope that you enjoy my recipes! I’m sorry your baby has allergies. I know how hard it is to have to deal with food allergies – hang in there!
I just wanted to say that I literally choked up as I read your intro. I have no food allergies. But my first baby is eggs and nuts, second is nuts, corn, soy, gluten, 3rd is anaphylactic to nuts, no dairy, no eggs, and after a stressful time in his life, the husband is no gluten, and no whey. I’m pregnant with my 4th and am hungry all the time. I eat homemade granola all day long, and sometimes in the middle of the night. I know it’s dramatic but I feel like food allergies ruined my life. I used to love to grow food, cook it, make cheese from raw milk, you name it. Now, EVERY SINGLE DAY I have no idea what to make. It’s been hard for me to find gluten free AND egg free, so I appreciate this blog post. I will start going through them and seeing what I can make (this is all complicated by the fact that I live 100 miles from the nearest town so getting proper groceries is a challenge. You into brought tears because it’s exactly how I feel about having 4 kids in 6 years with such brood allergies. Thanks for posting about this.
Oh, I know how hard it is! And when you are pregnant, ugh! So hungry, and you just want to eat something already. I feel you. What helped me was to focus on what I could eat. So it looks like you can eat all fruit, veggies, meat, poultry, fish, rice, quinoa, coconut milk, etc. There are a lot of things that you can make with those options. I know it is hard, but if you can come up with a series of meals that work for your diet, you will get into a routine, and it should get easier. I love to make curry, whether with chickpeas or chicken or veggies, and we eat a lot of stir fry as well. Hang in there! :)