Your boss is coming to dinner, and you just found out she's allergic to dairy.
You love making food for the office, and a co-worker has gone gluten free.
Your new sister-in-law is a celiac, and she's coming to the family reunion.
You volunteered to bake for your son's class and just found out one of the kids has a milk allergy.
You suspect that you might have a food allergy or sensitivity, and you know there's tons of stuff on the internet, but some of it has weird ingredients and you don't have a clue where to start.
First of all, don't panic.
I'm here to help. Who am I? Well, I'm a hard core food snob and food blogger who's spent five years navigating my husband's gluten intolerance and my own newly diagnosed dairy allergy.
As someone who has a food allergy, I know how difficult it can be on everybody who doesn't have to deal with it on a daily basis. It's a lot to navigate for anyone, and I can't tell you how much it means to us that you even try to accommodate our special needs. You get an A+ for effort no matter how it turns out. But we can do better than that. Inside you'll find a collection of 50 gluten free and dairy free recipes, all made with completely normal ingredients or with simple substitutions, along with some cheat sheets to help you create your own meals that are allergen friendly.
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About the Author
Kait Nolan is stuck in an office all day, sometimes juggling all three of her jobs at once with the skill of a trained bear—sometimes with a similar temperament. After hours, she uses her powers for good, creating escapist fiction. This Mississippi native has something for everyone, from short and sweet to Southern contemporary romance to action-packed paranormal—all featuring heroes you’d want to sweep you off your feet and rescue you from work-day drudgery. When not working or writing, Kait’s hanging out in her kitchen cooking and wishing life were a Broadway musical.