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Egg free, dairy free, soy free dessert for kids?

(14 Posts)
BaconAndAvocado Fri 14-Dec-12 17:50:25

Does it exist?

Please help!!

KatherinaMinola Fri 14-Dec-12 17:52:21


Pancakeflipper Fri 14-Dec-12 17:54:48

I was also thinking jelly or an egg free cake using dairy-free-butter substitute?

BaconAndAvocado Fri 14-Dec-12 19:55:03

Jelly is a great idea, will ask their mum if they like it.

Then maybe put some fruit in it?

BaconAndAvocado Fri 14-Dec-12 21:40:24

Any other ideas anyone?

trixymalixy Fri 14-Dec-12 21:43:36

bessant and drury ice cream

trixymalixy Fri 14-Dec-12 21:46:20

You may get more ideas on the allergy board.

I also used to make custard with birds eye powder and oat milk, some of the Pearce's blancmange powders are dairy free, frozen banana is very nice and ice cream like, ice lollies, apple pie.

DorisIsWaiting Fri 14-Dec-12 22:03:25

Just been given a receipe for df rocky road for something that would take some work (although it can be frozen).

What about an ice cream sorbet Lidl's are def dairy free soya free (would need to check for eggs)

BaconAndAvocado Fri 14-Dec-12 22:22:31

Wow, love the look of that ice cream trixy!

Will have a look in local tesco tomorrow.

Didn't realise there was a separate topic for,allergies!

Skyla2 Sat 15-Dec-12 11:35:14

I've shared two egg free, dairy free, soy free treats on my blog recently, here are the posts, hope they help. smile

These contain nuts,♥/

Both are delicious, my DS's love them. smile

Drladybird Mon 17-Dec-12 09:26:51

Baked apples? My little lady loves them.

BaconAndAvocado Mon 17-Dec-12 19:24:48

Thanks all, in the endI did raspberry jelly with fresh raspberries and sorbets.

Searched in local tesco for said ice cream but the cupboard was bare sad

CouthyMowEatingBraiiiiinz Fri 21-Dec-12 12:42:51

Jelly with whipped Oatly cream on top - no egg, no dairy, no soy. grin

(DS3 is on a dairy, soy, nut free diet. I've had to get creative)

You can even make a chocolate 'mousse' by whipping one carton of Oatly cream with 1tsp sugar and 1tsp cocoa powder.

CouthyMowEatingBraiiiiinz Fri 21-Dec-12 12:43:46

Best done with an electric hand mixer though.

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