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    Mum, Can I Eat This?

    A collection of my recipes to share with anyone who requires lowfructose, low FODMAP, sucrose free, gluten free, and low or no lactose
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    Mum, Can I Eat This? is a great everyday cookbook for families dealing with their children’s food intolerances. It has tasty recipes and useful tips. This book will also be a great help over Christmas and at other special events, and for when parents are starting out and dont know what to cook with the limited ingredients.

    Usually, those who suffer from food intolerances have no option but to eat blander foods or miss out all together. Not any more. Mum, Can I Eat This? is a great everyday cookbook for families dealing with their children’s food intolerances. It has tasty food and useful tips, and recipes for both everyday use and special occasions.

    When Casey Ellis’s children began to experience food intolerances, she found there was a lack of credible information and cookbooks that catered for children. And most of the recipes she did find, her children would never eat because they didnt taste quite right.

    To ease the pain and frustration of food intolerances in her family, Casey took to the stove. After much trial and error, she has created a degree of normality in her children’s lives, and it tastes amazing! She has published this collection of recipes to share with other families.

    All ingredients in this book have been approved by an Accredited Practising Dietitian.

    Casey Ellis is not a qualified dietitian, nurse, researcher or doctor. So how is she qualified to write this cookbook? She is a mum who for the last four years of her life she has lived, breathed and dreamt about low fructose and FODMAP foods, lactose, sucrose and gluten intolerance, as well as IBS. She has read countless books and research documents. She must get it right as if she makes a mistake with her cooking then she has unintentionally made her children sick. She has learnt to use the ingredients and balance what her children can tolerate, and has done her best to make sure that they miss out on as little of life’s pleasure as possible. This book is the culmination of four years of throwing food in the bin because her kids wouldn’t eat it. Best of all, she knows what kids like and believes she has created a great set of recipes with a challenging set of ingredients. 

    Introduction 1

    Our story 3

    Hints and tips 13

    Master ingredients list 15

    Savoury

    Beef stock 18

    Chicken stock 20

    Cucumber and cherry tomato salad 21

    Crusty crumbed chicken legs 22

    Beef tacos 24

    Chicken noodle soup 26

    Chicken soup 28

    Cottage pie 30

    Egg and chive pasta with lamb cutlets 32

    Fettucine carbonara 34

    Homemade hamburgers 36

    Lamb stew 38

    Lasagne 40

    Mini pizzas 42

    Moussaka 44

    Oven spaghetti 46

    Peri peri chicken 48

    Pumpkin soup 50

    Red chicken 52

    Red spaghetti and meatballs 54

    Rice paper rolls 56

    Roast lamb, veggies and gravy 58

    Savoury rice 60

    Spaghetti Bolognese 62

    Stuffed capsicums 64

    Meatballs and salsa dip 66

    Tomato salsa 67

    Meat sauce and rice 70

    Tomato, cheese and chive muffins 72

    Tuna mornay 74

    Tuna salad 76

    Sweet

    Anzac biscuits 80

    Chocolate biscuits 81

    Gingernut biscuits 82

    Shortbread biscuits 84

    Vanilla biscuits 85

    Baked custard 86

    Banana and blueberry cake 88

    Banana milkshake 90

    Caramel milkshake 91

    Chocolate milkshake 92

    Strawberry milkshake 93

    Caramel sundae 96

    Chocolate sundae 97

    Banana split 98

    Blueberry crumble 100

    Custard 102

    Blueberry jam 103

    Raspberry jam 104

    Strawberry jam 106

    Caramel sauce 107

    Chocolate sauce 108

    Chocolate brownies 110

    Chocolate cupcakes 112

    Vanilla cupcakes 113

    Vanilla and blueberry cupcakes 116

    Banana ice-cream 117

    Chocolate ice-cream 118

    Passionfruit ice-cream 119

    Vanilla ice-cream 120

    Fruit and marshmallow skewers 122

    Chocolate mousse 124

    Lemon slice 126

    Marshmallows 128

    Peanut brittle 129

    Toffees 130

    Mixed berry and banana sorbet 132

    Blueberry cheesecake 134

    Raspberry cheesecake 135

    Strawberry cheesecake 138

    Orange fizzy drink 139

    Orange and lemon fizzy drink 140

    Pancakes 142

    Pavlova with passionfruit cream 144

    Rumballs 146

    Scones with strawberry jam and cream 148

    Vanilla and chocolate marble cake 150

    Sweetened condensed milk 152

    Whipped cream 153

    Cook’s notes 154

    Meal plans 154

    Index 155

    Acknowledgements 156

    1. Usually, cookbooks just cater for one or two intolerances, but this book can be helpful for people with fructose intolerance, lactose, gluten and sucrose intolerance, IBS or people who just want to get rid of table sugar.

    2. The recipes taste a lot like the food that people could eat before they had any intolerances. 

    3. The recipes are simple foods that children love.

    4. The author has cut down on steps to save time for busy parents. 

    5. While the focus is on food for kids, adults with intolerances can also get great value from the book.

    6. This book is written by a mum who has had to deal with these issues in her own family.




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