Egg allergies aren’t all that common, but among families that have leaky gut, egg allergies do show up. This collection of recipes will help :) If a modification to the recipe linked is necessary, it is noted next to the link.
When my 3rd child was a couple months old, I noticed eczema starting. I eliminated dairy first, since that was the cause for my 2nd child’s eczema. Still, it persisted- so I tried eliminating eggs. That did the trick!
I was able to catch this fairly quickly, and since I have experience changing my diet it’s really not that big of a deal for us. I’m glad I can help this little guy!
** Update in 2016: This little guy outgrew his egg allergy and now enjoys eggs. He does get some skin rashes if wheat or too many grains creep into his diet, but the eczema has healed and hasn’t returned. I introduced eggs to him again after a year, starting with the yolk, and then adding in the white and checking for reactions. At 18 months he no longer showed sensitivity to egg.
Recommended reading: I’m allergic to nuts! I’m allergic to eggs! Can I still do the GAPS diet?
So, what will we eat with an egg allergy?
Here are some ideas:
- Breakfast sausage
- Smoothies made with coconut milk
- Cocoa truffles
- Sesame Seed Crackers
- Veggie-packed meatballs
- Chicken salad made with egg free mayo
- Ants on a log (celery with peanutbutter and raisins)
- Salmon patties work without the eggs
- Eggless mayo
- Liver pate
- Lentil burgers
- Chilled beet soup
- Burrito Bowls
- Toasted sesame stir fry
- Spaghetti Squash with meat sauce
- Crispy Nuts
- Chocolate gelatin ‘pudding’
- Pineapple Coconut gummies
- Apricot Dehydrator Cookies
- Celery root hash browns
- Strawberry Lemonade Gummies
- Brazilian Chicken
- No-Bake Breakfast Cookies
- Shortbread Cookies
- Chocolate Chia Pudding
- Chicken Pepper Bacon Bites
- Chicken Enchilada Bowls
- Jello Salad
- Warm carrot Salad
- BBQ Pulled Pork
We know that 30 recipes aren’t nearly enough… and you might have additional food allergies as well. That’s why Real Plans is so awesome! When you add Health Home and Happiness recipes (click here) you can choose the diet, ‘GAPS’ from the preferences, and then also eliminate eggs with just one click! Then you will have a complete customized meal plan, specific to your dietary preferences! Click here to learn more.
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