Blog: Yummy Recipes for Eczema Babies & Kids

A Beginner’s Guide to Dairy Free Cooking for Eczema Babies and Kids

Dairy allergies are a common trigger from eczema in babies, children and adults. In some cases, eczema can largely controlled through avoiding milk. Allergic reactions, including eczema and asthma are associated with milk proteins rather than the lactose content (which can cause digestive problems - dairy intolerance). Some eczema children are able to use goat’s milk, whereas others are allergic all milks so it’s worthwhile excluding all milk and milk products in the first instance. Read More

Divine Dairy Free Butterscotch Dip

As a non-dairy eater, I know from experience how tricky it can be to finding interesting and appealing dairy-free dessert recipes - there's only so many fresh fruit salads you can face without getting slightly bored of them. This butterscotch flavoured dip makes fruit salads and dairy-free ice cream just that little bit more interesting. It's delicious served hot or cold and it can be made in advance and kept in the fridge for up to a week. What's not to like? Read More

Allergy friendly baking with kids: Gluten free soft tortilla wraps

This recipe produces lovely flexible gluten free tortilla wraps that are ideal for lunch boxes and are a delicious alternative to sandwiches. Children enjoy rolling out these wraps as the dough is soft and easy to handle. The wraps can be made in advance and kept in the fridge. Just pop them in the microwave for a few seconds to warm them through before use. They also freeze well if layered between sheets of greaseproof paper, so you can defrost as many as you need. Read More