my sons first birthday is coming up in april i have never tried any egg free cupcake or cake recipes. does anyone have any really delicious egg free birthday cake recipes that they have made before that they can share? thank you! JennView Thread
thanks for responding, your sons must have been a smart baby! to know that he didnt like eggs for a reason. but a friend of mine suggested that he might be allergic to either a raw egg or baked eggs or something like that like you suggested, alls i know is that when he got tested and eggs came back positive the doctor, his peditricain, told me to stay away from everything eggs and all foods that have eggs in them, and hes just getting so bored with the basic foods i feel bad for him, how much longer can he keep eating cheerios and toast??? but i will look into the Vans waffles today actually we are venturing out, thanks for the idea View Thread
thanks for responding, we havent seen an allergist yet, his doctor didnt say we had too. they took his blood at the doctors office and tested him for the basics, eggs, milk, wheat, fish, peanut butter, etc and the only red flag that came back positive was eggs and they advised me to stay away from anything with eggs or egg ingredients, helpful not really peace of mind to know thats all hes allergic to right now yes but hes still so little i know that could change, hes just getting so bored with all those foods, ya know the basics, sweet pot, applesauce, peaches, pears, carrots, he refuses cottage cheese, oatmeal, tofu, beans, so im trying to introduce new foods or soups and such but i feel everywhere i look there is an egg ingredient or made in a factory where there is eggs. it is so frustrating. maybe i should see an allergist maybe they can give me a list of foods or something, idk, exploring on the internet gives me a headache, theres just too much overwhelming information its hard to know whats true and whats not trueView Thread
I recently found out the hard way that my 9 month old son is allergic to eggs we got tested after his visit to the er I have made his own baby food since he was 4 months old but now he is getting bored with the same old food It is hard for me to introduce new food to him with this new allergy since there are so many things with eggs in them or made in a factory with eggs and he also has acid reflux which elimates acidic fruits and veggies until he is a little older I am kind of at a point as to not knowing what to make him anymore He is really only eating cheerios toast pumpkin and sometimes I can sneak in a bite or two of a fruit or veggie Ive tried tofu doesnt like it Ive tried chickpeas doesnt like it Ive called his doctor for food ideas and they say what I eat he can eat well not true anymore with the whole egg allergy So can anyone help me? Please I am very desperately seeking help Thanks for taking the time to read thisView Thread
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