At homeschool co-ops and camps, classes, and events, sometimes there’s a peanut-free requirement. Peanut-free lunches don’t have to be difficult, or a strain. I’m here to help you find some great things that you can prepare that aren’t difficult to make, that (hopefully) any peanut-allergic child can be exposed to. No peanut butter and jelly sandwiches allowed? Open your mind up to the many opportunities and options of peanut-free foods there are – and be the hero of the party for that one child who can’t be around peanuts. (more…)
When you have a kid with a peanut allergy it can be difficult to find dinners that suit their allergen needs. Today I am sharing 14 peanut-free dinner ideas for kids. These dinner options are sure to be a hit at the dinner table tonight. Try the oven-baked meatball sandwiches, they look delicious!
Recipes for Leftover Easter Candy
After Easter has ended you are bound to find yourself with a lot of Easter candy. If you’re looking for ideas on how to deal with that leftover candy then you’ve come to the right place. Today I am sharing the ultimate list of recipes for leftover Easter candy. Each recipe is fun to create with the kids and will surely keep the kids smiling.