Any kind of holiday can be tricky with food allergies, but not on my blog folks. I just won't let it happen. I have some allergy-friendly easter products and ideas to share with you today. I hope you enjoy them and that they help you have an allergy-friendly Easter with your kids!
Alternatives to dying eggs (for those with egg allergies)
Ceramic Paint-Your-Own Easter Eggs by Eggnots
Eggnots are shaped just like real eggs, and can be decorated in many different ways. You can use paint, glitter glue, ceramic markers -- just to name a few!
If you would rather have wooden eggs, check your local craft store. Wooden eggs can be painted or dipped in glue and glittered.
Plastic eggs can also be painted, googly-eyed and more! Check out my Pinterest Easter Board for more ideas.
You can also find egg shaped styrofoam, but I am not a big fan of styrofoam.
Allergy-friendly Easter Basket Fillers
Books (This year I bought Sophie a lift-the-flap easter adventure book)
Dried fruit from Made in Nature (apples, mangos, apricots, plums, figs!)
Piggy Paint [non-toxic nail polish: odorless, gluten-free, nut-free] Use code: HAPPYSPRING15 at checkout for 15% off, now until April 6th at 11:59pm CST.
Allergy-friendly plastic egg fillers for egg-hunts
Coins (quarters, dollar coins, etc)
Allergy-friendly easter treats to make
Chocolate "Cheesecake" Bites [dairy-free]
What are your Easter traditions? Do you have any allergy-friendly easter ideas? feel free to share in the comments below!