Easter, like Christmas, birthdays and Halloween is a time most people look forward to for treats…
Not so much if you’re a parent to allergy kids or trying to avoid unhealthy, highly refined processed, additive loaded, sugary snacks.
However these recipes for allergy friendly Easter treats are a lifesaver! They are all dairy, soy, corn, gluten, wheat, peanut, nut and egg free. How cool is that!
They are a cinch to make and taste SO good. Even better is that they’re made with whole food healthy ingredients so you and the kids can tuck in…guilt-free.
Here’s what I have handy to avoid FOMO (fear of missing out) when it’s celebration time:
The boys love this chocolate mylk shake and it’s a brilliant way to start one of those days where you know access to sweets and treats are everywhere (like Easter or a birthday party). By having such an indulgent and naturally sweet drink to start the day, it curbs the sweet cravings from striking later. And what my boys don’t realise is I manage to sneak in a bunch of healthy greens in their drink… it’s genius.
These chocolates make an amazing gift for Easter, Christmas, Birthdays and Valentines Day. This year my boys are filling their own Easter mug with homemade chocolate tied up in clear wrap and string. Did I tell you this chocolate literally takes minutes to make? It’s quicker than buying an Easter egg! Enjoy.
For an alternative allergy-friendly chocolate, you can also try these mini Easter Eggs.
Nobody has to miss out on these moorish delights. They’re gluten, dairy, egg, peanut, nut, sesame, additive and refined sugar free. They’re healthy too with the goodness of natural sweeteners and the immune boosting and anti-inflammatory properties of coconut oil.
Made in minutes, this nutritious, creamy, velvety smooth chocolate mousse tastes heavenly. Packed with amazing nutrients so you’ll love watching your children devour it. Have for breakfast or a delicious snack to keep sugar cravings at bay.
This is a perfect example of why you don’t have to feel deprived at Easter time. These gooey flourless fudge brownies are made with whole natural healthy foods and is probably my favourite treat ever. It tastes that ridiculous. Note this recipe does contain egg. For an egg free brownie option try this recipe: Allergy Friendly Chocolate Cake
My boys love these chocolate chip cookies because of they’re delicious and packed with bone healthy nutrients. Thanks to the calcium, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium found in chickpeas and tahini!
We have them regularly for school lunchboxes because they are so easy and quick to make. And I should add that the batter is delicious too so it’s a fun recipe to make with the kids.
I hope these recipes have given you some inspiration to make your own goodies this Easter. And always remember that these healthy allergy friendly treats can be enjoyed at any time.
With love from my family to yours…