It’s here, it’s here! The February 5th Food Allergies Blog Carnival has landed here on Go Dairy Free today. Not familiar with this collection of blogger goodies? Curious on joining in? Well read on this regular, traveling carnival always offers …
Something to Nosh On …
Amy Dumas presents Eating Well ~ Being Well: Chewy Granola Bars with Gluten-Free OATS!!! posted at Eating Well ~ Being Well, saying, “I LOVE granola bars and I got a little excited when I discovered gluten-free oats. These granola bars are chewy and delicious!”
Alisa presents Homemade Hamburger Buns in a Jiffy posted at One Frugal Foodie, saying, “With food allergies, it can be unexpectedly hard to find bread products sometimes, but with this recipe for 40-minute No Rise Hamburger Buns (no kidding, from measuring to serving!) the problem is solved!”
Something to Celebrate …
Alisa presents Cherrybrook Kitchen Says Goodbye to an Old Product, Hello to New Cookies and Discounts posted at Go Dairy Free.
Alisa presents Girl Scout Cookies, Could There Actually Be Some Dairy-Free Delights? posted at Go Dairy Free, saying, “Why yes, there seems to be!”
Something to Ponder …
Jenny presents The Girl’s Got It Goin’ On! posted at The Nut-Free Mom, saying, “I offer this story because it shows that our kids can learn how to cope with their allergies on their own. It made me feel good to know that my daughter is living a happy “normal” life, even with severe nut allergies. Many readers liked this story. So much out there is negative, this was a positive post.”
Shen-Li Lee presents Infant Food Allergies on the Rise – What’s the Real Cause? posted at Babylicious, saying, “I’m not sure if my blog post fits your carnival but it is about food allergies…”
Amy Leger presents Managing Gluten-Free in the Classroom posted at The Savvy Celiac, saying, “Cooking, art — they are all good skills to know and learn about in school. That is until your celiac child finds him or herself elbow deep in whole wheat flour with their friends throwing flour at each other nearby. Or the paper mache paste starts flying everywhere. So what can a parent do to keep the gluten-free diet in check while maintaining our child’s participation in class?”
Michael Natkin presents Understanding Deadly Food Allergies – This Post Could Save A Life posted at Herbivoracious.
Alison presents Are food allergies being overdiagnosed? posted at Sure Foods Living – for celiac disease, gluten intolerance, food allergies, peanut allergy, nut allergy, gluten-free diet, gfcf diet, dairy-free, egg-free, soy free or other allergen-free living.
Something to Win (okay, not always, but often!) …
Alison presents Gluten-free sugar cookie mix giveaway posted at Sure Foods Living – for celiac disease, gluten intolerance, food allergies, peanut allergy, nut allergy, gluten-free diet, gfcf diet, dairy-free, egg-free, soy free or other allergen-free living.
Alisa is the host and has already presented far too much (I get a bit carried away) … but if you missed yesterday’s post about the dairy-free, nut-free chocolate giveaway, then you better get on over there and enter to win some chocolate now!
We have reached the end of this blog carnival, but the next one is just two weeks away, and will be hosted by The Allergic Kid. Even if you haven’t contributed before, you can submit your blog article to the next edition of living with food allergies carnival using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.