Celebrating Easter And Passover
With Food Allergies
While kids are busy hunting Easter eggs, food allergy families are on a different kind of search. From safe Easter candy to nut-free Seder recipes or even eggless eggs - the hunt for food allergy-friendly Easter and Passover options ends here.
We've mapped out an allergy-friendly Easter candy guide with safer alternatives to the classics, a how-to on eggless egg decorating and allergen-free recipes for Easter brunch, lunch or dinner. For those celebrating Passover, we've found tasty alternatives to fill a Seder plate to accommodate any allergy. Consider this your golden (allergy-free) egg to a safe Easter and Passover.
Food Allergy-Friendly Recipes
Food Allergy Guide To Easter Candy
Jelly Belly Beans
Free From: Egg, Milk, Wheat/Gluten, Peanut
Some Flavors Contain: Soy, Tree Nut
Spokin Tip: Allergens and cross-contamination warnings can change depending on the size of the candy. For example, fun sized candies can be made on different lines than regular or king-sized versions. Always read food labels before eating.
Top 8 Allergen-Free Alternatives:
These inedible dyeable ceramic eggs look and feel like the real deal. No boiling, refrigerating or cracking with these guys.
Eggnots was hatched by a woman who hated seeing her egg-allergic niece left out every Easter and decided to do something about it.
For little ones with egg allergies, these mix and match sorting eggs are a great non-food Easter gift. Scramble them up to help them learn about shapes and their allergen - then get creative with permanent markers and stickers to add some festive flair.