There are a lot of great new food allergy cookbooks since my initial venture into meal preparation. At that time we were also avoiding eggs (that allergy has since been outgrown.) A few of my top picks which we still enjoy were written by women who were pioneers in food allergy advocacy and education around the same time I launched Beyond a Peanut.
Two of my favorite cookbooks to this day are written by Linda Coss. A food allergy Mom. Seriously we have had a half dozen people ask for the Easy Baked Salmon recipe in What Else is to Eat? ,nd we have probably only served it to a half dozen so I’d say that’s five starts!
Another two favorites are written by two food allergy Moms who I have admired over the years. Kelly Rudnicki “The Food Allergy Mama’s Baking Book.” and Cybele Pascal “The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook, 2nd Edition: Two Hundred Gourmet & Homestyle Recipes for the Food Allergic Family.“
Since these food allergy cookbooks covered dairy, egg and nut we were happy with this collection. A few that I have heard from others have good, healthy and easy recipes (and some for specific allergens, but do not have first had experience with are. Kelly’s second cookbook is in there. I probably need that one.