Allergen friendly menu planning member site is now available

Artichoke and Leek Risotto

You know the routine.  You wake up, look in the fridge and make the same breakfast you had yesterday.  Or maybe you simply don’t know what to eat because you just found out you can’t eat a list of foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and nuts.

You go about your day, wondering if there were a simple solution to the problem you face every time you open the fridge:  what to eat on a limited and allergen-free diet?

I know this problem all too well myself.  I have allergies and food sensitivities to a list of foods such as grains, starches, dairy, soy, egg whites, corn, beans, almonds, salmon, MSG and artificial additives, hydrogenated oils, and probably other foods I am forgetting about at the moment.  My son has almost the same allergies as well and is now three. It is almost impossible to eat at a restaurant so I end up cooking almost everything.

It’s been quite a journey but part of my process in being able to survive all of our dietary changes has been to explore and create new recipes in the kitchen.

After creating the first set of Allergy Free Menu Planners, I started working on a membership site about 10 months ago.  And now, with a lot of planning, hard work and with the help of an awesome web programmer, the membership site is now available!

Here are some things you can now do with the member site that will make menu planning for an allergen-free and limited diet extremely easy and simple:

  • A new, seasonal and allergen-friendly menu will be available every week of the year
  • View ALL available menu planners and recipes on the site
  • Choose a menu planner or change it by searching for new recipes
  • Easily search for recipes free of your allergens
  • Add your favorite recipes and custom menu planners to your Recipe Box
  • Print your PDF with the menu, recipes and shopping list easily from the website
  • Receive email reminders every week to login and print a menu planner

It’s really very simple.  So far there are over 180 recipes stored on the database.  I will be adding a minimum of 45 a month and my goal is to reach at least 600 by the close of the year.

If you want to know more about the new member site please contact me or leave a comment.  You can read more about it here too:


This site was really designed with you in mind so any feedback I receive usually leads to positive changes in the menu planners.  Have a great day!



Carob Macaroons

First, a small announcement about the member site launch.  We are hoping to get the site done by Monday, February 14th for pre-ordered customers, and hopefully within a week after that for new customers.  So if you’re anxious to get started, the best thing is to pre-order.  Also, if you pre-order, you will receive 5 different pre-made menu planners for different diets immediately in your email for you to use this week.  Onto the recipe…

If you’re looking for an amazing treat this Valentine’s day that doesn’t have the normal allergens such as dairy, wheat, nuts, sugar and eggs, try these yummy macaroons!  I made them this week for Elijah but have since found I have very little will power to resist them.  And while the honey gives me a headache since I haven’t been eating it for over a month, this has been the only mild side affect I’ve had from eating them.

Please note that they are not GAPS legal, though I can’t really remember why carob and cocoa are not allowed on GAPS.  I have read though that after one has been on GAPS for a while, cocoa may be okay depending upon the person.  On another note, my husband loves them and hates coconut.  Mmmm?

Anyway, I hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day.  If you’re looking for a menu planner for a special evening with your loved one, check out the Valentine’s Day menu planner.  Here is the recipe:

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