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#1 of 7 Old 12-21-2011, 10:10 AM - Thread Starter
 
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My 13 month old son is severely intolerant to dairy, eggs, citrus, and soy. I'm not so sure about fish even though his GI dr. told me to take it out of his diet when he was 7 months old. I have just recently taken out gluten also. We are still in the first week of taking gluten out. My question is this... What in the world can I give him for breakfast? I've got dinner ideas and lunch ideas, but breakfast... no clue.

Thank you in advance. I don't know anyone in real life that has this same problem. They only have some if any of the same sensitivities and their advice they give still contains bad stuff for my little man. The dairy and eggs one is easy to subsitute. When it comes to soy... if it says the word soy in any form or variation, he has reactions to it and cannot have it. No matter where it lands on the ingredients list.

 

I'm going to make a seperate post on his actual sensitivities and see if anyone else is going through the same thing.


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coconut milk yogurt?  gluten free oatmeal?  amaranth porridge?  (other non-gluten grain cereals)  brown rice porridge made with coconut milk?  otherwise, lunch and dinner foods are still yummy at breakfast.  

 


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We do pancakes and waffles with Cherrybrook Kitchen mix. It should be safe for you (we have all those plus some).  That with sausages in the morning most days.  I would stay away from GF oats till you are off gluten for a while. Some people still have issues with oats for a while.  Chex with rice milk may get messy but it's another option.

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He's reacted to almond milk so I'm nervous about trying anything with coconut in it.

 

I'll look for the Cherrybrook Kitchen mix.

 

Thanks for the suggestions so far.


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Coconut is a VERY VERY rare allergen (we have it though ;) It is NOT a tree nut.  I understand your caution though. Maybe speak with your allergist.  Coconut was nice to have before we lost it!

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Good to know about the coconut allergy. My husband and I both prefer to cook with the oil instead of olive oil.


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we do a lot of veggie hash-- usually kale, potatoes, onions with whatever we have on hand. works for bfast, lunch or dinner! :)  find some baked breads/muffins that work for you and are yummy (than do a huge batch and freeze), smoothies.  protein bars/balls with sunbutter?

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