Our recipes are “allergy-friendly”, by this we mean they are either free from the main allergens (for example egg, milk, soya) or we give tried and tested tips for substituting key ingredients.
We have taken the decision to include some recipes which contain fish and wheat.
Please get in touch if there is a recipe you’re craving or if you have one you’d like to share!
Versatile fried rice is perfect for using up whatever veg you have in the fridge. A fantastic way to get loads of veggies into your kids – shredding them finely and cooking them so they’re crunchy makes them really palatable to children.
Create a slightly healthier bowl of nachos for family movie night by toning down the cheese, ditching the sour cream and serving with lots of crunchy diced peppers, avocado, tomato, coriander, and lime.
These fishcakes take very little effort to bring together and use store cupboard oily fish which is more affordable, time-saving and still packed with omega-3.
This freezable veggie ragu or Lentil spaghetti veggienese, packs in four of your five-a-day and is high in fibre and protein.
This recipe for no-sugar delicious sweets is from chef Claudine Boulstridge.
Maya is mum to an 8-year-old with multiple food allergies, and one-half of Indonesian street food business
Dips are so versatile – put them between rice cakes for when you are on the go.
As well as all the chocolate, Easter wouldn’t be Easter without Hot Cross Buns.
Jen often has this soup for lunch on a Saturday. It’s quick and nutritious and sets the family up for an afternoon of fun! It’s also really adaptable – so if there are a few vegetables in the bottom of the fridge that need eating up, add those too.
This recipe from Sarah’s mother has become a favourite in The Allergy Team’s households!
This is a great recipe to have up your sleeve for those days when you are not sure what to make but know you need to have something on the table quickly!
To our mind, nothing beats a handmade gift and these are perfect for little hands (with some help) to make as a Valentine’s Day treat or, frankly, any day of the year.
It’s easy to leave sesame (in the form of tahini) out of hummus and still have a really delicious, easy dip. This is one of our favourites!
Not so much of a recipe as a reminder not to forget about the humble British spud when you are planning what to feed your family. Potatoes are so versatile, packed with vitamin C and fibre and relatively inexpensive. They’re a great alternative to gluten-free pasta and rice.
Nick, Jen’s husband, does not have good memories of “baked apples” from his childhood but he’s happy that this recipe is a regular in their house.
Find comfort in a bowl with this old-fashioned pudding, especially when it is cold outside. You do need to use short-grain rice and take it out of the oven before all the milk has absorbed, so that it is still creamy.
Beetroot soup is a fabulous colour as well as being nutritious and delicious. Blend everything together before serving if you prefer smooth soup.
Mince pies are Jen’s FAVOURITE Christmas food! This is her quick hack if you don’t have the ingredients (or time!) to make your own from scratch – just use shop-bought pastry and a jar of mincemeat.
These non-cheese straws make a very quick snack that adults and children enjoy and are special enough for a party.
When Jen’s father and son, Isaac, discovered a mutual love of oranges they experimented with different ways to use the leftover peel.
For Jen, the best thing about Christmas pudding is the brandy butter. She has been known to eat it by the spoon when no-one is looking.
This recipe is from Charlotte Stirling-Reed’s book How to feed your toddler. Charlotte has earned a huge following as SR Nutrition on Instagram.
A quick and easy soup to warm you on an autumnal day – I love how the colour matches the leaves
on the trees!
Lucy Upton’s muffins are great for breakfast, lunch boxes and snacks and with some adaptation can be free of the top 14 allergens. You can freeze them so they are ideal to batch cook at the weekend ready for the week ahead.
Get ahead for the morning rush by preparing oats for breakfast the night before.
“Bosh it all in one bowl”, a nutrients-packed recipe that children enjoy making as well as eating.
A recipe from Lucy Upton, The Children’s Dietitian, and her sister Amy, these bars can be served for breakfast or as a snack and would be great for a bake sale.
A quick and easy way to add the “wow” factor to a pie and Jen’s Granny’s version of “fish and chips”.
Great as a sandwich filler or served with jacket potatoes and even better when enjoyed at a party!
Flapjacks are a great go-to snack and if you’re short of time or want to save some energy (yours and your fuel bill…) you don’t even have to bake them.
This recipe from Darina Allen, from the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School, is simple, delicious and doesn’t require any kneading.
A crowd-pleaser that’s packed with flavour and tastes even better if made ahead.
Irish Chef Rachel Allen’s recipe for simple comfort food, just how it should be.
An Irish Stew courtesy of Irish chef Rachel Allen. This earthy dish is big on flavour.
Roasted veg isn’t limited to potatoes and doesn’t have to appear only on Sundays!
This base recipe from Jen’s aunt Gill is ready for you to make your own to suit your family’s diet.
Burgers are great any time of year as they are so versatile, as this recipe from Darina Allen shows.
A beef stew that can be made in large quantities plus it reheats and freezes brilliantly.
Jars of golden joy to bring the sunshine to your day! Fancy having a go? This recipe is a winner!
Soups are a staple in our homes in the winter months. Such a gorgeous colour and so easy to make!
A classic family dish, delicious throughout the winter to serve with roasted root vegetables.
This Alexa Baracaia’s Christmas pudding recipe is free-from the top 14 allergens.
Our allergen-free version of this classic comfort food is a winner for the
As the nights are drawing in, this lovely soup is perfect to see you through Autumn and into the winter months.
Tarragon is part of the sunflower family, which may be why this dish brings a smile to our faces?!
Comfort on a plate! Apples and blackberries are a delicious combination.
A classic dish that’s so versatile and counts for several of your five-a-day! Another versatile dish. Enjoy!
This is a delicious staple, easy to make and really versatile. A taste of sunshine and summer!
Need a pick-me-up for the holidays? Jen’s Rocky Road recipe may be the answer!
A midweek supper that can be personalised – a great way to introduce new textures and flavours.
A child and allergy-friendly adaptation of an Indonesian favourite packed with exciting flavour and texture.
Nutritionist Thalia Pellegrini has kindly donated this delicious low-sugar strawberry jam recipe.
We have created an allergen-free version of the teatime favourite. Do you dunk biscuits in your tea?
A great party recipe with just three ingredients that come together in a sweet treat. A hit with young and old.
This is one of the great recipes that Thalia has shared with The Allergy Team , a huge hit.
Super simple to make, and totally moreish, this is a great way to start your day.
It was my grandmother’s old war time recipe which didn’t have eggs in it due to rationing…
This paella recipe is made with tender pieces of chicken and vegetables instead of seafood.
These little patties are great for adding a interest to mealtimes. Children love to pick them up!
Most kids love Chinese cuisine because of the sweetness, and this is a simple dish.
A traditional Moroccan dish, mildly ﬂavoured, specially for younger children.
This is a delicious dish of layered chopped potato, vegetables and meat in a tomato sauce.
This is a great supper dish from Fiona Heggie and Ellie Lux, full of ﬂavour and very easy to make.
A classic with an allergen-free twist! Feel free to substitute the carrot with another veg…
These make thick American-style pancakes as opposed to the French crepes.
These make classic crepes, perfect with lemon and sugar, or any topping of your choice!
These make thick American-style pancakes as opposed to the French crêpes.
These are delicious, simple biscuits which are perfect to make with the children.
These rich and sophisticated pots were described as “delicious” by my foodie brother…
This is a light and fluffy classic chocolate mousse. It’s hard to believe it doesn’t have eggs in it!