Allergy Substitutions Video

One of the biggest stresses when you or someone in your family has food allergies is how to make small changes in a recipe without affecting the taste of a recipe. Not every single one will work, but this Allergy Substitutions Video will give you a bunch of ideas and solutions to help you make small changes whether you have a gluten, diary, nut or egg allergy so you can enjoy eating and feel as good. If you have any other ideas, please leave them in the comments below!

Gluten Substitutions
Cup4Cup Gluten Free Flour BlendThis was created by Chefs Lena Kwak and Thomas Keller as a baking substitute. Follow the directions on the bag to use as a substitute in your favorite baked goods recipes. I've used it to make sugar cookies this past Christmas with great results.

Mary's Gone CrackersGluten-free and vegan, these crackers are great for adding to school lunch or serving as a snack with dip.

Bob's Red Mill Mighty Tasty Hot CerealCertified gluten free and a great way to start your morning off right! Check out the many other gluten-free options from Bob's Red Mill.

Dairy Substitutions
Califia Farms Almond MilkThis has become a favorite in our house. They have so many flavors to choose from. Use it in your cereal, coffee, or just when you need a cold glass of this creamy treat.

So Delicious Coconut Milk CreamerI have been using this in my coffee for years. I love the flavor it adds.

Coconut OilA wonderful substitute for butter in many recipes like these chewy chocolate chip cookies. It can also be used for high heat cooking like stir fry dishes or baked french fries!

ApplesauceUse applesauce in place of butter for baking. It keeps the calorie count down, but retains all the moisture! Make these Apple Applesauce Muffins to see for yourself.

Nutritional YeastThis really tastes like cheese! Sprinkle it on salads, sandwiches, or use it to make vegan mac and cheese!

Nut Replacements
Sunflower Seed ButterWe love peanut and almond butter in this house, but we also love sunflower seed butter. It is the perfect replacement for any recipes that calls for peanut or almond butter. We use it in everything from muffins to pancakes to good old PB&J... or should I say SB&J!

Toasted Pumpkin Seeds are super easy to make and are a wonderful healthy snack.

Sprinkle sesame seeds or Seaweed Gomasioon vegetables, salads, and more. Let the kids do the shaking and they'll get super excited about whatever you're serving that night.

Three Seed Brittle is a fantastic alternative to the popular sweet treat peanut brittle, but it is way more healthy and nut free!

Egg Substitutions
Mix 1 tablespoon of ground flax seeds or chia seeds with 3 tablespoons of water. Let it sit for 5 minutes, then use it to replace 1 large egg in baking recipes.

Mash up 1 small banana to substitute 1 large egg in baking recipes.

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.