Thinking of meals that your baby, toddler or child with allergies can eat, can be a challenge. My allergy friendly posts have been really popular, if you’ve missed them, you can read them here.
All of the meals are dairy, soya, egg, peanut and strawberry free. They could be adapted for any other allergies your baby may have. More details of the products I use in these meals can be found at the bottom of the post. Some of the meals will also be suitable for you to eat if you are breast feeding and also avoiding the allergens.
This week I decided to do a day of quick and easy meals. Sometimes you don’t want to spend hours preparing meals and thinking about food. As an allergy parent you will already do enough of this.
Baby porridge- Ella’s Kitchen banana porridge with oat milk.
Toast (dairy and soya free) and almond butter
Mid morning snack
A handful of multigrain hoops
Blueberries (I find if I gently squeeze them they manage to eat them better if they have no teeth to break the skin)
Pitta strips with violife cheese spread
Carrot and potato waffles
Reduced sugar rusk melted in milk (treat)
- Ella’s Kitchen, Wakey Wakey Banana Porridge
- Multigrain Wheelies (like Cheerios)
- Organix Suacy Tomato Noughts and Crosses
- Vitalite- dairy and soya free butter alternative that can be used in baking too. The whole family has it now.
- Omega 3 Fish Fingers
- Carrot and Potato Waffles
- Oatly Oat Milk, contains the same amount of calcium as full fat cows milk (lower in calories) I have heard Oat Dream has the highest calcium content which I need to check.
- Soya flour free bread Extra Special Wholemeal Sliced Loaf.
- Farley’s Reduced Sugar Rusk
- Violife (Please note this is not available in my Asda that delivers so this link is from Tesco)
- Almond Nut Butter (As above this link is for Tesco)
You can also find some of these products in health food shops and online shops. Please note none of these are affiliate links, nor have I been paid to include them.