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Allergy Free Holiday Baking Guide
December 20, 2012

The Eating With Food Allergies Newsletter

December 2012

In this issue:
Allergy Free Baking!

Happy Holidays!

Allergy Free Cookies
Even though I expected it, this month is flying by way too fast! I really enjoy everything about December but one of the things I enjoy the most is baking Christmas cookies. We have a few favorites that we MUST have every year but I always like trying some new things as well.

Last week, I was working on testing and sharing two new recipes. I posted the Peanut Free Buckeyes recipe and posted the recipe for Gluten Free Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (my kids call them "Oreos") this week.

For this newsletter, I am going to make it simple and share a list of all of the goodies that we like to make this time of year. Some of them are from several years ago when Eating With Food Allergies was brand new and some of them are newer favorites. I hope you find some favorites of your own.

I want to wish you and your loved ones health, happiness and peace this holiday season! I hope to hear from you in 2013!

Eat Well,

A Few of My Favorite "Allergy Free" Things

Gingerbread man
Brownie Biscotti
Peanut Free Buckeyes
Candy Cane Cookies
Caramel Corn
Corn flake/Chex Wreaths
Dairy Free Fudge
Gingerbread Cookies
Rocky Road Candy
Spritz Cookies
Sunflower Butter Blossoms
Sugar Cookies
Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

Happy Baking! :)

Eating With Food and the Eating With Food Allergies newsletter is written by Kristi Winkels, Registered Dietitian and mom to two kids with food allergies.

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