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Allergen-Free Apple Spice Cake | SCRATCH OR SNIFF | #allergenfree #BRMHolidays #CleverGirls

Try Apple Spice Cake from Bob's Red Mill. Visit today and start cooking!

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Already bored with lunchbox snacks? Try roasted chickpeas! | SCRATCH OR SNIFF

A great allergy-friendly snack for the whole family! Sweet or savory roasted chickpeas, depending on your preference.

The Parenting Blame Game: It’s Not Your Fault | SCRATCH OR SNIFF

On the heels of a particularly touchy topic, I was reminded of the ugly underbelly of the parenting world. Parents blame other parents for all the things they do not know or understand.

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Great Hair and Nails. Oh. And Heartburn. | SCRATCH OR SNIFF

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Allergy-Friendly Salted Caramel Slice | SCRATCH OR SNIFF

Whip up a batch of this 'fancy' caramel slice that anyone can enjoy and impress your friends (or just eat it all yourself, like me.

Handle With Care: The Grieving Process of a Food Allergy Diagnosis | SCRATCH OR SNIFF

The grieving process is real, but it’s not forever. Learning to navigate life after a severe food allergy diagnosis is possible.

Teal Pumpkin Project™ Gains Momentum | SCRATCH OR SNIFF

This is the first Halloween that FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) is starting The Teal Pumpkin Project. Families are encouraged to paint a pumpkin teal, and place it on their porch to signal that they have non-food treats available.