How do you celebrate the holiday of Chocolate Easter Bunnies when you know someone with a dairy food allergy? Since most chocolate contains milk or some derivative of it, you may think it’s impossible but it’s not! Here are some ideas for celebrating Easter with a dairy or other food allergy.
For children with dairy allergies or adults liking novelty items, fill their baskets with Easter themed pencils, erasers, paper and stickers. Many of these items can even be found at local dollar stores!
Our friends, the Allergy Superheroes have a fun, Allergy-Friendly Easter Activity Kit.
Vegan Cuts and Vegan Essentials carry a variety of dairy free chocolates. Be sure to check them out for the chocolate and other vegan food items. And checkout the DairyFreeGina 2017 Easter Chocolate Guide for more safe treats.
Rule Breaker Snacks offers the best vegan Blondie and Brownie bars all made from beans so these are healthy too! And look how colorful the packaging is! Don’t the colors just scream Easter basket?
Who wouldn’t like finding a Rawxies Heart Bar in their Easter basket? Everyone will love these healthy treats that are dairy free, gluten free, soy free, raw and vegan . And as a Rawxies Ambassador you can use my discount to save 20% !!! Just type in rawxiesambassador at checkout.
And if you are dying Easter Eggs this year, try an all-natural dye to enhance the experience. Check out this article from Delicious Living which gives complete instructions for using vegetable peels, fruits, and spices to make pretty eggs. And more ideas from Vitacost for natural egg dying – it’s easier than you think!
Easter plants make lovely gifts but if you have a cat or know someone with a cat, do not give them an Easter lily. Easter Lilies kill cats.
What are your favorite dairy free, food allergy safe Easter treats? Share in our comments section.