Monday, September 28, 2009

When In Doubt... Add Chocolate Chips

I have been trying out lots of new allergy friendly recipes lately-pancakes, cookies, muffins, granola WITHOUT coconut yogurt, (Coconut yogurt costs $2 per individual container.) and much more. Some recipes have gone better than others, BUT I have found that if I add those wonderful chocolate chips that I displayed in the previous post, the product is sure to be a success! Owen is eating like he's never eaten before. I couldn't be happier! Sadly though, we did have one disappointment. As we introduced pumpkin to Adam, it was discovered that Owen is allergic to pumpkin. Adam's trial was successful, which we're excited about, but... I'm going to have to look for some other treats to make for Halloween and Thanksgiving for both Adam and Owen to enjoy.

Good news: I found allergy friendly Halloween sprinkles at Walmart today! I think it's cupcake decorating time!


  1. If those chocolate chips are allergy friendly for both boys - could you buy some candy molds, melt the chocolate and make your own chocolate candies for Halloween or other time of the year? You could even add some of the sprinkles you just found for sort of a non-pariel chocolate candy.

    luvs, aby

  2. I actually hadn't thought of that! Great idea! I'll have to try it!