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    Sorry we use GF flour so still make normal recipes that call for flour


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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Elijah mum how would I do tacos with no tomato or dairy?

    Some good ideas thanks
    We have done taco shell, mince, corn and lettuce. Possibly add also kidney or other beans and onion

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Elijah mum how would I do tacos with no tomato or dairy?

    Some good ideas thanks
    I don't use mince but beef strips or pieces of firm white fish - i marinate my meat/ fish in olive oil, garlic, cumin, coriander, pepper, lemon juice , then stir fry in rice bran oil, with thin strips red and green capsicum then serve with different condiments to make your own tacos - lettuce , guacamole ( mash avocado, dash sweet chili and lemon juice. ) sour cream and tomato , I love cheese with mine but the beauty of making your own you can just omit cheese (and tomato and sour cream ) from your DS one

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    You can buy Millet Pasta Spirals which are great.
    Casseroles
    Soups - use Quinoa as an addition
    Rissoles
    Sorbet (not with the fruits you can't have)
    Oat milk (or rice milk)
    Cadbury drinking chocolate does not have dairy in it (but check again - things change) - for chocolate milk
    Dark 70% chocolate does not have dairy - some have soy derived preservatives - so check depending on how allergic you are - often they preservtives do not have the protein they are allergic to. BUT CHECK
    There is a brand of Oat biscuits you can buy (forget the name) but I used to melt dark chocolate and then cover in hundreds and thousands to make "freckle biscuits"

    My son once had all the same but included rice, legumes and corn too, but not the fruit.

    Best of luck. Be creative. Read all labels and make it fun.

    Oh you can also get Coconut yogurt - I got it at Thomas Dux. Also look for a brand called Rowies. Again expensive but good for a treat and AriBars - brown rice bars made for kids. Fun packet and kids think they taste good.

    Sesame snaps too.

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    I feel your pain, been there. I know it is more work but can you cook different food for DS? I use to make stir fry for example, but take out the meat, veg, rice before adding the sauce/spice for DH & I. I will think of more ideas for you.

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    No:
    Tomato
    Dairy
    Eggs
    Nuts
    Soy
    Wheat
    Citrus
    Strawberries


    We have similar allergies.
    We've eaten this week
    Baked potatoes with savoury mince.
    (Flavour with kidney beans, onion, garlic, soy, curry powder, salt and pepper. Thicken with water and corn flour)
    Mustard chicken and steamed greens.
    Beef casserole with quinoa.
    Homemade pizza (you could do a homemade BBQ sauce base like quirky cookings spicy BBQ chicken).
    I make out own gluten free bases in the TMX
    Savoury wheat free pancakes.
    Chick pea and pumpkin curry.
    Veggie burgers and salad.
    Fried rice


    Snacks - Anzac biscuits, muesli slice
    Dips and tamari seaweed crackers, veggie sticks etc

    I make the multigrain ORGRAN bread and it's been the most successful wheat free bread in our house.

    I could go on and on! Lol.


    Here's my chewy chocolate cupcake recipe!
    2 cup plain gluten free flour
    1 cup raw sugar
    1/2 cup organic gluten free cacao powder or coco powder
    1 teaspoon bi carb
    1 teaspoon gluten free baking powder
    1 teaspoon xanthan gum
    1/2 teaspoon sea salt

    Put all dry ingredients in TMX.
    Speed 4, 5 seconds.

    Add
    2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
    1 cup oat milk (or rice, soy)
    1/2 oil (light olive or coconut)

    Speed 6, 10 seconds or until all
    combined.

    Mixture should be well combined and look "chewy"
    Spray muffins tin with oil. Line with baking paper/patty pans and spray again (cupcakes are very sticky and need the extra spray).

    Dollop of mixture in each. Should make 12.

    20 minutes on 180.
    Let cool before removing.
    Last edited by faroutbrusselsprout; 25-06-2013 at 22:01.

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    Thank you so much tinbee and fobs. Great ideas.


 

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