Keeping a balanced, nutritious diet without key ingredients, like dairy, eggs, or nuts, can be awfully daunting, and learning to eat a special diet for allergies or other health reasons comes with a steep learning curve. Being able to make and share a favorite treat can brighten a day, and cookies are loved by pretty much anybody. The delicious treats in Cookie Chemistry are free of dairy (any milk, butter, or yogurt), eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, seeds, and soy. They are great options for people who need to know how much sugar or cholesterol is in their food, and for people trying to avoid extra dyes or preservatives, too. Best of all, these quick-mix cookie recipes are easy to make with kids, because they don't require special tools or electric mixers---just a bowl, a spoon, and a cookie sheet.
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About the Author
Medical writer and editor Nicole Van Hoey combines her clinical training and drug info background to reach patients and consumers on myriad health topics, with specialties in women's health, metabolic conditions, and immune disorders. Her clients include health professional continuing education providers, medical journal publishers, and patient outreach organizations. Nicole is an active speaker and educator at regional and national med writing conferences. Nicole Van Hoey has published consumer and health professional education materials and literature reviews on topics from outpatient diabetes care to the pathophysiology of rare genetic diseases. Her articles have appeared in America's Pharmacist, in Psoriasis Advance, on the American Society of Clinical Oncology Cancer.net blog, and in numerous higher-education medical encyclopedias. In addition to her medical communications expertise, Nicole maintains a presence in the food allergy community as a parent advocate, educator, and recipe developer. Her cookbooks include Kitchen Adventures and Cookie Chemistry, and individual recipes are released at her blog, the Cookbook Apothecary, and her Etsy site, the Food Allergy Pantry. Nicole holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Toledo and a writing/editing certificate from the American Medical Writers Association.