Gabby Friendly

Kugel Much?

April 4, 2012

With Passover starting Friday at sundown, my life has reached a new challenging level. In addition to cooking for Gabby’s allergies, Drew’s tastes and my low-fat requirements, I now have to stay away from bread products. For 8 days, Jewish people are not supposed to have bread products. Some Jews take this much more serious than I do – eliminating […]


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Chips, anyone???

March 28, 2012

In my never-ending quest to find recipes that my children will like that are nutritious, I stumbled upon this one that seemed like a recipe for success. I find myself defaulting to the same veggies all the time, so I like the opportunity to expose my kids to other options. Print Zucchini Chips Author: The Naked Kitchen Recipe type: Side Prep time:  […]


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“We fell in love in a hopeless place”

March 24, 2012

Out of desperation over having crashed the car for not the first time but the SECOND time in one year, I decided that the only thing that would make me feel better was to stuff my face. Lucky for Gabby I had enough bad bananas to make two loaves that are allergy appropriate and two loaves that are Mommy needed. […]


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Who doesn’t like a good patty?!?!

March 21, 2012

I don’t know if its all kids or my kids but they love patties. They like anything served to them in patty form. When my friend posted a picture of tuna patties I thought it would be a slam dunk. Not to mention my grandma makes THE BEST salmon patties. The thought of canned salmon has forced me to shy […]


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Black Bean and Quinoa

March 15, 2012

Gabby’s, aka allergy princess, most favorite food has been black beans. How very sad that a child is so ill exposed to food that she would prefer black beans to most things. At times we have thought she looked like she dove into bowl of chocolate, but rather it was black beans. It’s been her “go to” food when she […]


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‘Tis the Season

March 6, 2012

In honor of Purim (Jewish holiday), I decided to bake some Hamantashen. Rather than hit up any family members for recipes, I went to the trusty Internet and found these. Print Hamantashen Author: Sandi (allrecipes.com) Recipe type: Dessert Prep time:  2 hours Cook time:  15 mins Total time:  2 hours 15 mins   Ingredients 1½ cups butter or margarine, softened 1 cup […]


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They’re driving me CRAISIN!!!

February 28, 2012

Drew has turned into the human garbage disposal overnight. I think the kid may eat me out of house and home. So I decided to make some cookies he could snack on. And of course they had to be Gabby friendly too. I came across this recipe in a magazine and thought I could easily modify it to be good […]


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Mission Accomplished!

February 21, 2012

I did it! For awhile I didn’t think it was possible, but I did it. I actually made a meal that everyone enjoyed! So, OF COURSE, I had to share!!! It was a Valentine’s Day feast, or a Valentine’s Day miracle. First I made Cauliflower Fritters… Print Cauliflower Fritters Author: Gina’s Weight Watcher Recipes (via SkinnyTaste.com) Prep time:  20 mins Cook […]


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Are you chicken?

February 14, 2012

I’m posting this in “What’s Cookin’” because I cooked this, but frankly I need to put this website as “My Favorite Things.” Skinnytaste.com is my new favorite hang out when I’m not crock potting. On my conquest to find Gabby friendly foods, I find myself repeatedly looking for foods that are similar to chicken fingers because both my children happen […]


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Beans, Beans the American Fruit

February 8, 2012

In honor of Superbowl I researched some Gabby-friendly low-fat appetizer options. Needless to say, it was a difficult conquest. Fortunately I landed back at my favorite place, Crock Pot Girl. This recipe was easy to make, low fat and stocked full of protein. In a world of cheesy dips, high in carbohydrates and low in nutritional value, this recipe seemed […]


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