Harper's allergies remain the same with egg double what it was last time. We now have to wait a year before more testing.
Things are easy at home, now that Harper is older and eating with us, I have adjusted to cooking without egg, milk, nuts and oats. It's how we live now.
It's leaving the house that's hard, I miss being able to go to friends houses for dinner or popping in to see someone. I hate that I can't let Harper run around a play centre like all the other toddlers, I hate having to always remind people to wash there hands before touching him, I hate the judging looks that come from people who have no idea the severity of a food allergy.
This year there will be no birthdays parties for us, he's to old to be left sitting in a pram or held and to young to understand not to touch any food. I know it will get easier, once he understands what he can and can't eat, but until then its hard, really hard. I feel like he's missing out on so much.
These Yo Yo biscuits are to die for, super easy and no one will know the difference. Harper approves he begged for as many as I would give. Enjoy.
Yo Yo Biscuits.
1 cup of SR flour.
1/2 cup Organ dairy and egg free custard powder.
1/2 cup nuttelex dairy free margarine.
1/3 cup icing sugar.
Mix all together until a ball forms.
Roll into 32 small balls and place onto a greased tray, press lightly with a fork.
Cook at 180º for 10-15 minutes.
Remove from oven, cool then fill with butter icing.
1/4 cup nuttelex margarine
1 cup icing sugar
Blend until fluffy.