28/04/2014 at 07:30
28/04/2014 at 09:37
28/04/2014 at 09:45
28/04/2014 at 15:40
Why not ask to see your allergy nurse or the allergy clinic, they may be able to prescribe you some additional vitamins or even foods. Lots of people are allergic to dairy so I'm sure they must be some provision out there for babies like your LO.
I make a white-bean hummus for Annabel, she loves it (as do me and Daddy). We have it on toast or with crackers, breadsticks or even to dip chips in.
You could add sesame seeds to chicken/meat dishes, sprinkle them on weetabix or porridge. Make stir-fry with loads of green veg, sometimes I liquidize it is if it will be too difficult for Annabel to eat.
Good luck with it. x x
28/04/2014 at 15:46
See below for white bean hummus recipe: - It's on the recipe exchange thread.
White Bean Hummus (from River Cottage baby/todler book)
I'm not usually one for following recipes from books but this recipe was really easy and really yummy. Without breaking copy-right laws here is a brief description of how to do it.
You will need:
One tin of butter beans in water
a clove of garlic
a tsb of tahini paste
some olive oil (approx 2 tsb)
(some paprika to sprinkle on end product )
Basically chop the garlic, place in a blender with the drained butter beans add a spoon of olive oil and the tahini paste. Blend until thick and creamy. Place in a dish then add a bit of extra olive oil and the paprika ( if using).
We had it on toast for breakfast and then with falafels for lunch.
01/05/2014 at 20:37
12/05/2014 at 07:46
My son has been dairy free for a while because of his skin. It didn't really make a difference so we reintroduced it and his nappies have been horrendous since so planning to cut milk again. I think I'm going to ask the doctor for supplements as he already has vitamins but these don't contain any calcium and I know from other mums who've had dairy free children that they've been given supplements too
25/05/2014 at 13:30
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