‘The great thing about Antoinette is that she is a cookery writer who got into writing about food intolerance after discovering that she herself was a sufferer. You can confidently recommend any of her books.’ THE BOOKSELLERFrom the Publisher:
Award-winning cookery writer, Antoinette Savill has used her expertise to create tasty and child-friendly gluten, wheat, dairy, egg, yeast and nut free recipes that the entire family can enjoy. She caters for all age groups and all occasions, including toddler foods, packed lunches, party foods and meals that will appeal to teenagers.
Food intolerances are on the increase among children today and many parents are crying out for ideas and easy recipes that take this into consideration.
In Allergy-free Cooking for Kids, award-winning cookery writer Antoinette Savill, who suffers from food intolerances herself, has teamed up with nutritionist Karen Sullivan to create a collection of child-friendly allergy-free recipes.
The recipes are gluten, wheat, dairy and nut free and are fun and tempting as well as nutritious.
Also included is information about how and why children become allergic to certain foods, and how careful eating can help them outgrow their intolerance. Basic nutritional advice is given, such as how to replace nutrients lost through cutting out an allergen and how your child can still enjoy a balanced and healthy diet.
This really is the first book of its kind: focussed information and detailed recipes for food that children, as well as the rest of the family, can enjoy.
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