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We found out that number four had multiple food allergies when he was six months old.  Since then we had a real struggle trying to find foods that he can eat so that he doesn’t feel left out from the rest of the family.

Most of the time we can find alternatives, but naughty foods like pizza and nuggets have been a no no as nothing has come close to the real thing.

Today we found some nuggets and as you can tell by the look on his face, he is completely over the moon!

To most people this may seem like nothing, but for us this was a really big thing and his face says it all.

   
 

Allergy Free Rice Krispie Lolly Pops

  

I saw this recipe on the side of a cereal packet years ago but it’s something I have never used.  As you know if you have seen my blog before, my fourth child has multiple allergies and I like to try to find different things for him as a treat.  

When trying to convert recipes this does not always go to plan but lucky for us this was a hit.

  • 150g Rice Krispies
  • 3tbsp dairy free spread
  • 320g Marshmallows
  • 1 large bar of dairy free chocolate
  • Sprinkles
  • 16 lolly sticks

Over a low heat melt the spread and marshmallows until they are all melted together.  Then add to the Rice Krispies and mix until they are all coated.

  
In a large, greased baking tray press the mixture in tightly and leave to cool.

   
  

 

Once cooked cut into 16 reclangular shapes and insert the lolly sticks into the bottom.

In a small bowl over some boiling water melt the chocolate.  Once melted dip the top of the lolly in the lay on some grease proof paper and coat the chocolaty end in sprinkles.

Once the chocolate has hardened they are all ready to pick up and enjoy.