Amy Billington

Fueled by coffee and a passion for helping families living with food allergies.

Tag: dairy free

Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Donuts

Nothing says fall like pumpkin spice, though, despite my love of coffee, you’ll never catch me sipping a pumpkin spice latte.

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Dairy Free Coffee Creamer (that doesn’t suck)

Finding a dairy free coffee creamer that doesn’t make you want to throw your entire cup of coffee out is hard work. I should know. I’ve tried them all. For some reason, the overwhelming taste of almond or coconut in my coffee makes me gag and we don’t do soy.

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New Allergy Friendly Cookbook for the Holidays

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I’ve long been a fan of author Danielle Walker of Against All Grain and now she is giving me one more reason to love her: a holiday based cookbook! Not only is she a follower of paleo, she is a mom who knows kids don’t eat if it’s not visually appealing! Continue reading

Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash

I love flexible, one-bowl dishes. Even better when they are allergy friendly, gluten-free, dairy free and paleo! Breakfast is one of those things that in the rush of the morning, I tend to skip. I definitely know better and my eating habits that day suffer for it. Funny how I always make time for my coffee, though… Continue reading

Dairy Free Whipped Cream

Fruit can easily become dessert by adding this dairy free, naturally-sweetened whipped cream. It’s also great on a homemade ice cream sundae. It’s healthy and so simple, the kids can easily help.

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Hacker Granola Bars

We usually buy a bunch of nuts and seeds from the bulk bins and add some chocolate chips and call it a day, but sometimes I get suckered in by the fancier mixtures at the Farmer’s Market. My kids sampled a blend full of pecans, walnuts, almonds, brazil nuts, pine nuts, flaxseed, raisins, dates and loved it so I happily paid $8 and walked away. When my son graduated OIT, he food challenged all other nuts and was deemed not allergic to them, so I welcome any chance to keep them in his diet. Well, a month later, no one will touch the bag of deliciousness they begged me to buy. Not even a little bit over yogurt. What’s a mom to do? Chuck the whole thing? No way! Here’s what I did today, instead: Continue reading

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