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Milk and egg allergy

DD is 16 months with confirmed milk and egg allergy. We are using soy dream for milk along with BF. For those with milk allergy what do you use for milk? Any other good non dairy ice cream, cookies etc good foods for toddler? Thanks!

me = 32  DH = 33

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Re: Milk and egg allergy

  • We use coconut milk for our girls. They like drinking the vanilla flavored one by So Delicious. I use the plain version for baking. I use 1/4 cup applesauce in place of each egg in baking recipes, and it works great.

    So Delicious makes coconut milk ice cream, and my girls love it.

    Enjoy Life makes great cookies that are free of the Top 8 allergens. I think they have coupons on their website. They're pricey, so I usually bake cookies, but it's nice to have a store-bought option that's safe!
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  • shotzie said:
    We use coconut milk for our girls. They like drinking the vanilla flavored one by So Delicious. I use the plain version for baking. I use 1/4 cup applesauce in place of each egg in baking recipes, and it works great. So Delicious makes coconut milk ice cream, and my girls love it. Enjoy Life makes great cookies that are free of the Top 8 allergens. I think they have coupons on their website. They're pricey, so I usually bake cookies, but it's nice to have a store-bought option that's safe!
    Thank you

    me = 32  DH = 33

    TFAS  

    BFP2 august 2014 ended in m/c .... Gone but not forgotten....forever in my heart!

    Slight MFI low count, morph, mobility

    <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/4ea3a7">My Ovulation Chart</a> || <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com" style="font-size:smaller;" >Ovulation Tracker</a>
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    We use Almond Milk- DD likes the vanilla flavored and it has more calories than the plain. For snacks- Oreos and Nutter Butter cookies are both dairy free- not sure about eggs. I used to send them to school with DD as safe treats for occasions like birthdays where other kids were eating cupcakes. For ice cream, we do the italian ice or some of the sherberts are safe. Popsicles are another safe bet most of the time. You'll have to read boxes and labels but some of the Duncan Hines cake mixes, frostings and brownies are dairy free. Once again, I can't vouch for the egg safety. GL and hope this helps!
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  • Her allergist recommended the soy milk which is working well, my only concern on whether that much soy is good fir her?

    me = 32  DH = 33

    TFAS  

    BFP2 august 2014 ended in m/c .... Gone but not forgotten....forever in my heart!

    Slight MFI low count, morph, mobility

    <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/4ea3a7">My Ovulation Chart</a> || <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com" style="font-size:smaller;" >Ovulation Tracker</a>
  • We do a mix of coconut and almond milk.  Blue Diamond has a great one that has both in it.

    If you have a Big Lots nearby, I sometimes can find Enjoy Life products there for a great price.
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