That's very interesting. I don't know if it's just chicken eggs. I will have to ask and let her know about this. Can you be allergic to the egg but not the chicken? What would be the difference?
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Is she allergic to just chicken eggs, because duck eggs are actually the best kind of eggs to use when baking anyways. They are a little bigger than chicken eggs, so they equal about 1.5 chicken eggs. It's something to try when the little one is a little older;)
thats got to be tough going, she may enjoy that blog for more than the recipes then as the writer shares alot of her struggles and joys with her children and their allergys and how she succeeds in keeping them healthy.
I never tried this, but in some of the healthy cooking books I have they suggest the use of whole grain oat flour for making cakes. This might be a better alternative to wheat. (not sure if it is wheat or glutton little Zayla is allergic to.
So, I'm back with another question (lol). My friend's little one is turning a year old. But, little Zayla has food allergies that is making it difficult for her to make a cake. I was hoping someone here had a good cake recipe her mama could use so she could celebrate her birthday with the traditional 1st birthday cake mess. Her allergies are milk, peanuts, wheat, eggs, and soybeans.
Thanks again in advance!
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