Sunday, March 13, 2016

Cooking Allergy Free Foods- for Friends and Family

If you look at my Facebook page, you will see my love language is cooking!  It's a way for me to show people I care about them and make them feel special.  Mama Mia!  I grew up in an Italian neighborhood and the dinners were huge gatherings with a lot of leftovers.   I always cook for an army, and send home a lot of left overs, too!    No one ever went hungry in Little Italy or at my house.  In fact, guests ate whatever dessert, bread or pasta placed before them, with a passion and appreciation!

Times have changed, and so have the dietary needs of my guests.  Years ago, no one talked about Gluten-free foods, or Peanut-free desserts.  In fact, when my children were in school, baked goods for bake sales, holiday parties and special teachers were appreciated.  Now they are refused and sent back home. 

I have also  noticed more and more dinner guests are declining the deserts and breads I have offered at a meal.  In fact, I learned the foods I baked were unhealthy for people with food allergies! Gluten is not good for someone with Celiac Disease.  Lately, people with other food allergies, like Dairy or Peanut allergies started passing on my desserts also! 

Feeling a little overwhelmed for the next holiday meal, I stumbled across  they were like an answer to a prayer!  Currently, you can find their products at Whole Foods, Wegmans, Target and Health stores.  If your store doesn't carry it, just ask the store manager to order it!  Stores love fulfilling their customer's needs.

They have;
Brownies, carrot cake, cookies, pancakes, waffles, yellow cake, frostings and more!

Be sure to check out some of these Easter Recipes from Cherry Brook Kitchens!
Cake Mix
For more information go to
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#peanutfree   #dairy free. #lauradellutri  #glutenfreecarrotcake

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