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    OJandMe is offline I am the strength my children will have.
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    You can buy Organ No Egg. you can buy it at Woolies or Coles, which is an egg substitute. It's great.

    Check out Allergyblock.com.au



    use Nutalex instead of butter.

    Margarine doesn't have dairy either.

    Check out the vegan recipe sites. You can always add meat to things if you want it. But none of those recipes will have egg or dairy in them.

    Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook
    by Isa Chandra Moskowitz, Terry Hope Romero

    is an excellent vegan cookbook.
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    Great ideas everyone, i'm so stoked!

    I also love the idea of vegan recipes and just add meat if i wanted, i never thought of that.

    PL - Thanks so much for the recipes, will print them off

    MissieMack & OJ - The egg replacer sounds good, i'll have to grab some of that, will be cautious to make sure it's not got any egg in it. Cheers for the tip.

    DoubleAce - Thanks for that, at the moment i have a few different soy milks, a rice milk and an oat milk, and i think i have the vitasoy brand so i'm hoping it tastes nicer than the other rice milks, they are too sickly sweet for my liking.

    M0naL1sa - Thanks heaps for that too would never have thought to use stock. Awesome, am going to try some recipes tonight

    Thanks everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    Im about to make a dairy, egg and gluten free birthday party for my youngest 2nd bday tomorrow. It is completely possable!
    I'm trying to think of some ideas for my son's 1st birthday party now.

    I am wondering whether cakes taste ok with the egg replacer instead of actual eggs, or whether it might be better to make it with a banana or syrup or something.

    Anyone else got any tips for birthday party recipes?

    Thanks heaps!

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    Hi Vee

    Can't remember if I sent you this link in a PM, but it's from the Allergy New Zealand website and has a whole heap of different cake recipes LINK

    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by OJandMe View Post

    Margarine doesn't have dairy either.


    I know its an old thread, but yes, most margarines do contain dairy Nuttelex is good though the olive oil one is better than the others too!

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    hello,
    My friends Son cant eat dairy and she finds this site helpful!!


    http://www.kidswithfoodallergies.org...FcQ3pAod1TvHBA

    Its got some great recipes might use some myself!!!

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    Can I just say, stay clear of soy milk. It's not good for you! Plenty of nicer, less estrogen alternatives!!!! I make almond milk. Rice milk is SO sweet so can't stomach it in coffee. I haven't done a quiche, had to let tht recipe go. Nuttalex is great!! If I'm making brownies I just add a little extra oil. Chia seeds or physiliam (sp) husks are a great egg replacer! Specially in bread. Godairyfree is a great site.


 

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