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  Omlette in a bag
My son LOVES ham & eggs and omlettes, but my daughter is allergic, so I never want to cook eggs with her around (think: proteins flying through the air...). So I saw an idea for cooking omlettes in a ziplock bag (think: contained proteins!) and decided to give it a go. It came out really good, using 2 eggs, some deli ham and shredded cheese. My son ate half of mine, then his own, and then had another one for lunch! I recommend a large (2 qt) saucepan that keeps the entire bag inside, and being careful not to let the seam at the bottom of the bag open up when the bag gets hot. Be sure to get as much air out as possible, because it will expand (think: exploding bag of eggs!) Also, they take longer to cook all the way through than you would think.
 
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Our children are allergic to nuts, eggs, milk, soy, peas, lentils, strawberries, sesame, kiwis, cherries, and chick peas. After cooking the same few dinners over and over, we got fed up and needed a change. I’ve decided to really learn to cook, and to share what I learn here. As I find recipes and adapt them to our allergy situation, I’ll share what works (and what doesn’t). If you have food allergic children and need ideas for new things to feed them, or just want some simple new recipes to try, I think you’ll find some here.

Please remember to check all product ingredient listings carefully when avoiding allergens.

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