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    Default Egg-free 2yo bday party food ideas!

    DD's birthday is coming up, one of the kids attending is allergic to egg so I need some ideas.

    Her mum said not to worry too much as she's used to managing it when out, but I just want to make sure there's at least a couple of things she can enjoy with the other kids. But all I can come up with is a Fruit/cheese platter!

    I was also thinking egg-free savoury muffins, does anyone have a good recipe?

    TIA!

    ETA - its a mid/late morning picnic so everything will need to be prepared in advance, I don't want to have to transport hot food.

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    For traditional party food- fairy bread, chocolate crackles, popcorn is all egg free. If you google "wacky cake" you'll find egg and dairy free cake recipes. You could make LCM type bars with melted marshmallows and rice bubbles, dips and crackers, fruit skewers, any muffins- just substitute a tub of apple purée for the egg

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    Oooh that recipe for wacky cake is awesome... I found it on my fb wall a few days ago!

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    There are many recipes where you can substitute apple sauce in place of eggs.

    Any recipe that you want to make you can then google an egg free version.


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    I might make cupcakes of that wacky cake!

    Would apple sauce make savoury muffins too sweet?

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    You can use chia seeds instead of the applesauce.

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    I've got an awesome choccy cake recipe that's egg free if you'd like that

    Otherwise things like honey crackles etc are all egg free....and yummy!

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    My 2yo niece has a severe egg allergy - we bake everything with Orgran Egg Replacer, you can get it in Coles/Woolies usually with the gluten free stuff. It is a box of powder stuff that you put in a tablespoon (or teaspoon?) + water in place of each egg. Sorry I can't be more specific, bf on the couch so can't get the box. I haven't had to change any recipes, just replace each egg with the measure of this stuff.
    Good luck, and good on you for being so considerate, it is so hard to explain to kids why they can't have this or that when its available and being munched on by everyone else in front of the,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    My 2yo niece has a severe egg allergy - we bake everything with Orgran Egg Replacer, you can get it in Coles/Woolies usually with the gluten free stuff. It is a box of powder stuff that you put in a tablespoon (or teaspoon?) + water in place of each egg. Sorry I can't be more specific, bf on the couch so can't get the box. I haven't had to change any recipes, just replace each egg with the measure of this stuff.
    Good luck, and good on you for being so considerate, it is so hard to explain to kids why they can't have this or that when its available and being munched on by everyone else in front of the,
    Agree - have used this many times for cakes, muffins etc. Just follow quantities on box for how much.

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    Thanks everyone! I must get some egg substitute, our kids hang out all the time and always want to eat each others food. DD thankfully grew out of her food intolerances but I know how hard it is when you have to watch everything they eat - so I want to make it easier for everyone by limiting egg at the party.


 

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