Peanut Free Granola Bar Recipe!
My daughter can never have granola bars, but these are safe! She will be thrilled!
As most of you know from life or from my previous posts, our 7 year old, J, has a peanut allergy that is classified as “moderate-to-severe.”
For the Cap-Rast blood test.
< .035 Class 0 – Below detection
0.35 – 0.69 Class 1 – Low
0.70 – 3.49 Class 2 – Moderate
3.50 – 17.49 Class 3 – High
17.50 – 49 Class 4 – Very High
50 – 99 Class 5 – Very High
> – 100 Class 6 – Very High
Basically, if he eats peanut products his lips and mouth swell, and if his skin comes in direct contact with peanuts he develops hives, but it has always been manageable with Benadryl.
It doesn’t make that big of a difference in our lives now that he’s homeschooled, but it did mean a huge shift for us in our eating habits to make sure he’s safe.
Unfortunately, since a lot…
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Posted on February 20, 2013, in Allergen Friendly Recipes, Gluten free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free and tagged Baking and Confections, Business, celiac, Cooking, gluten free, Granola, Home, Peanut butter, Recipe, Snacks. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.