At the time of publication, all recipes were free of the allergens listed as being free of in the title (i.e. soy-free, milk-free, etc.), and all other information shared was accurate to the best of my knowledge. Though I strive to update outdated information quickly and work diligently to make sure you have the most accurate information possible at all times, it is your duty to double check labels EVERY TIME to ensure that the ingredients you use are SAFE FOR YOU. DO NOT RELY SOLELY ON THIS INFORMATION AS INGREDIENTS AND INFORMATION DO CHANGE. Your doctor or allergist should also be your first go-to for information on how to handle your medical needs. That being said, if you DO notice an error, please send me an email letting me know (tell me what page or recipe the error is on, what the error is, etc.), and I will correct the error ASAP. Thank you so much!

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Required Reading With Food Allergies or Celiac Disease
Click here to sign up for recall alerts from the FDA to be sent directly to your email. You can choose as many or as little email notifications as you want. (You can sign up for similar alerts from the USDA here. I also recommend signing up for alerts with FARE/KFA, too.)

Free Food Allergy Guides at Kids With Food Allergies (There is also a ton of other information on Kids With Food Allergies,especially under their Resources tab.). Thank you Caroline ofGrateful Foodie for pointing this out!

Asthma Allergies Children This website is a plethora of information on allergies and asthma! has some great multiple food allergy blogs listed, as well as lots of specific info to particular food allergies. A great site for more info on avoiding allergens and finding information.

Damage Control - Dealing With An Allergic Reaction by Maya of Maya's Happy Place Thank you, Maya, for these great tips and info!

Free Downloadable Food Allergy Resources from Food Allergy Books

Grandparents Get “Schooled” on Food Allergies by Grateful Foodie which shares a review on the book Food Allergies and Grandchildren by Julie Trone and some information on a site called Allergy Free Table.

AAFA's Kids With Food Allergies "How To Read A Label For..." Pages: Peanut AllergyWheat AllergyTree Nut Allergy,Soy AllergyMilk Allergy and Egg Allergy.

AAFA's Kids With Food Allergies "Grocery Shopping For A Child With Food Allergies" page.

What It's Like To Be An Allergy-Mom by Carissa K. posted on the Huffington Post

FREE Food Allergy Cards from BrokerFish

Green Allergy Awareness Cooking Utensils by Vegetarian Mamma

Conscious Box : This is a subscription with pure, healthy, natural products from ethical companies. They contain natural beauty to health food and non-toxic home goods, with gluten-free and vegan options.

Allergy Free Wednesdays on "Real Food, Allergy Free" 

New Peanut Products on The National Peanut Board (This might give you the heads up on possible cross-contamination issues.)

FARE (Up-to-date allergy information, including food/drug alerts.)

Information on how to get tax breaks on your food allergy purchases! Thank you, Maya!

Free Printables for Kids with Food Allergies from Paper and Pigtails

5 Ways To Bless Families with Food Allergies on Pruning Princesses

How To Recognize Signs of Choking And What To Do! by Rebecca of Foodie With Family is a company that is "committed to sourcing the very best natural ingredients for our products, and we choose non-GMO, non-irradiated, and organic ingredients whenever possible." From what I've seen, they have quite a varity of allergy-friendly products out there.

Angel Service Dogs provides dogs that are known as Allergy Alert Dogs, and is absolutely amazing! (To find out more information about service dogs that help with everything from diabetes to blindness to allergies and beyond, Google "service dogs" or "allergy alert dogs" or "dogs for the blind", etc. There are some great services out there that fit a wide range of needs!)

If you are looking for to find a restaurant in your area that offers allergy-friendly items, check out AllergyEats. This is not a guarentee, but it is a place to start! You can search for restaurants in your area by food allergen needs, so that's pretty awesome. They also give you a chance to rate restaurants, offer reviews by customers, tell you other helpful info (i.e. address, distance from you, phone number), etc. A great resource! :)

Snack Safely is a great place to quickly check to see if your potential snack is safe or not for your allergens.

Ceela Naturals has "gluten, soy, nut, dairy, cruelty free vegan skin care" that is marketed especially to help eczema and atopic dermatitis.  To read my review on some of these products, go here.

Here's another fantastic resource from Caroline of Grateful Foodie about Food Allergen Labeling: Food Allergen Labeling.

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