Are you looking for breakfast recipes that are free of the 8 most common food allergies.
This meal has been one of the hardest parts of adjusting to in our diet as there are now less easy go to quick breakfast choices.
There are very few cereals, waffles, easy grab and go bars that are available to purchase. Oatmeal and yogurt are completely off limits as my nephew is allergic to both of those.
My nephew loves Rice Chex, and they are gluten and wheat free, which is one of his favorite snacks he also loves these pumpkin pancakes.
As far as cereal goes there are not a whole lot of choices that do not contain all of the allergens on our list.
Rice Chex and a couple products by Enjoy Life (Cinnamon Raisin Crunch and Crunchy Rice) are okay, other than that most cereals are off limits.
One of my nephew’s allergy test came back with sunflower as an allergen, it was fairly low but we are avoiding it until we can get a more accurate test after he turns two.
Sunflower, garlic and soy are a few of the allergens that eliminated even more allergy safe products that we use to enjoy.
With so few choices for breakfast we have turned to something a little healthier for us, more smoothie recipes and Juicing Recipes!
Of course we still enjoy sausage, pancakes and waffles too!
Making smoothies is a quick and easy breakfast!
Additionally since my nephew is so picky and is cautious of trying new foods making smoothies has been a great way to sneak new food into him.
He will drink a little cup of the smoothie and we have been able to introduce a few new foods like avocado, mango, sweet potato, quinoa, spinach.
The same goes for juicing it has been a great way to introduce new foods as well. It is easy to add in other fruits and veggies especially when you use apple or pears.
Without him even knowing he has tried cucumber, zucchini, carrots, cabbage, oranges, kale and more.
Just make sure you get the most out of your juicing and buy organic!