Substitution Chart

Started by SilverLining, November 27, 2013, 08:03:10 PM

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GoingNuts

Excellent resource.  Maybe it should be stickied?

Sometimes I use crushed pretzels in place of tree nuts.
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N.E. US

SilverLining

Quote from: GoingNuts on November 27, 2013, 08:23:47 PM
Sometimes I use crushed pretzels in place of tree nuts.

In what kind of recipe?  It wouldn't stay crunchy if used in baked good would it?

SilverLining

maybe the thread should be moved to recipes and stickied there?

CMdeux

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Jessica

Quote from: GoingNuts on November 27, 2013, 08:23:47 PM
Excellent resource.  Maybe it should be stickied?

Sometimes I use crushed pretzels in place of tree nuts.

I found a recipe that I'm going to try for Christmas. It is like a pecan pie but uses pretzels instead, and the person who made it (not for allergy reasons but for cost reasons) said her guests were sure it was pecan pie.
USA
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DD16 and DS14-NKA

SilverLining


Macabre

Oh Jessica I've seen that pie--shared it in FB. I can't remember if we actually made it (DS can eat safe pecans). 
DS: 🥜, 🍤

GoingNuts

I've used chopped pretzels in some cookies that called for pecans or almonds.  They were pretty good!
"Speak out against the madness" - David Crosby
N.E. US

LinksEtc

"Diet Dilemmas—Safe and Nutritious Food Substitutes"   (Page 12)

http://www.foodallergy.org/document.doc?id=266

QuoteThis article will guide you through food substitutes for some of the most common food allergens, helping you find safe food substitutes that are nutritious and delicious.

Julie of Caring Foodie

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I have a list of allergy-friendly substitutions on my blog that may be of help. Link removed by Admin.

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