Dairy free

Best Banana and Oat Bites

A delicious lunch box treat or after school snack for hungry kids. A great recipe to bake together and ideal for dairy free and vegan kids (and adults too!) Summer is now a distant memory and Back to School is what's it's all been about this week for us. With the start of the new season comes changes and time for new adventures to begin. We neglected our crafts over the summer break (the weather was just too good to stay indoors!) in favour of… Read More

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Bake Cookies and make Gift Tags with your kids. Give to your friends and family this Christmas. We enjoy making and baking together all through the year. But there is something special about sitting down together to prepare for Christmas. We have already made a start on our Christmas Cards and made a few new Baubles for our Christmas Tree. Now 's time to start thinking about our Christmas baking priorities (we HAVE to make a Gingerbread House this year!) and our DIY Christmas Gifts. This… Read More

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Stress Free Guide to Travel with your Dairy Free Child

Travelling with kids is stressful enough, throw in a dairy intolerant child and it becomes even more so. But don't let your child's food allergy hold you back from exploring the world with them. One of my own sons is dairy intolerant, so I am very excited to have a dairy free expert over on the blog today to share her tips on how to plan a stress free holiday with a dairy intolerant or dairy allergic child. We are just getting to grips with… Read More

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Dairy Free Ginger Bread Cookies

Fill your kitchen with the warming scents of Christmas, when you bake our Delicious Dairy Free Ginger Spiced Cookies with your kids this Holidays. Then indulge your kids with some good old fashioned cookie decorating fun. Hand over the icing, pour out the sprinkles and sit back and watch your kids giggle together as they create their own cookie works of art. It was Little Miss B's turn for a day off preschool last week, as she succumbed to the family cold (like my kids… Read More

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We are back with our favourite series on the blog, Rhyme Time! This week we are sharing ideas and activities for the nursery rhyme Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. My kids are 3, 5, and 7, so our days sat singing "Twinkle Twinkle" during circle time at toddler groups are over (sob!). I still remember it being one of the first nursery rhymes that they learnt the words and actions for. We do still sing it at home from time to time though, as you really… Read More

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Baking with Toddlers: Dairy Free Scones We are starting to adapt to life with a cow’s milk intolerance in the family. Freddie was diagnosed 2 months ago now and we are having fun adapting our favourite recipes to ensure that he doesn’t miss out on any of the “good stuff”. We have had success already with our Dairy Free Chocolate Cookies and now as part of Study at Home Mama’s Kids in the Kitchen Series we are sharing our tried and tested Diary Free Scones recipe… Read More

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Finding out that one of you children is cow’s milk intolerant is very daunting in the beginning. Dairy products make up a big chunk of our families daily diet, so we have had to do a lot of research into the alternatives on offer. Finding alternatives for milk, butter and cheese hasn’t been too hard, but treats have proved more troublesome. He is only 5 years old and we don’t want him to feel left out when his siblings are eating things like cake, ice… Read More

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