Twelve Amazing Egg Free Recipes

Finding yummy food can be hard when you have an egg allergy or intolerance. This isn’t an issue that impacts our family specifically, but we make it a goal to share recipes that everyone can enjoy! No one has to feel left out with these delightful egg-free recipes. As a bonus, many of these recipes are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, or nut-free as well!

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Vegan Banana Bread- This banana bread with flavorful pecans and brown sugar is easy and ready for the oven before it preheats! It contains no dairy, no eggs, and it is naturally vegan.

Vegetable And Bean Burger Recipe– These easy plant based bean burgers are so delicious and healthy!

Easy White Chocolate Raspberry Scones– These delicious scones are easy and egg-free. Many varieties can be made from just one basic recipe.

Banana Oatmeal Coconut Cookies– These egg free banana coconut oatmeal cookies are the perfect sweet treat. They’re great for using up that one lonely banana left in your fruit bowl.

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Gluten-Free Coffee Cake With Cinnamon Streusel– This is the best Gluten-Free Coffee Cake and it’s loaded with cinnamon streusel! This classic cake is vegan, major allergen-free, and sugar-free! Baked rich and moist with a dairy-free sour cream and balanced with a decadent and buttery brown sugar cinnamon top and middle layer!

Gluten-Free Red Velvet Cupcakes– These rich and moist Gluten-Free Red Velvet Cupcakes are vegan, allergy-friendly and topped with a homemade dairy-free cream cheese frosting! These naturally-dyed, soft and tender cupcakes have a perfect balance of sweetness and tang with mild notes of cocoa and vanilla. This simple recipe is so easy and quick, it’s baked in just 15 minutes!

Vegan Chickpea Scramble– No eggs in this breakfast scramble! This protein-packed Vegan Chickpea Scramble is soy-free, gluten-free, top eight allergy-free, and grain-free. It’s a savory and sustaining breakfast recipe that will fuel your day!

Gluten Free Egg-Free Vanilla Donuts– These light and fluffy egg-free gluten-free vanilla donuts make a delicious treat everyone will love!

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Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes- These Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes are a chocolate lover’s delight. They’re also gluten-free!

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies– These soft and chewy Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies will make you say WOW! You won’t believe there aren’t eggs in this simple and delicious cookie recipe.

Fat Head Pizza Dough– Pizza lovers, you’ve got to whip up this Fat Head Dough Pizza that’s low carb, gluten-free, and keto friendly.

Thick and Fluffy Silver Dollar Pancakes – These egg free silver dollar pancakes are crispy, thick and fluffy! Make them in advance and freeze them for breakfast on the go!

Name Toothbrush Craft

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. We are also headed to the dentist in a week for so. To celebrate both of those things, we have been focused on dental related crafts and activities. Today, I want to share an easy art project that you can use to help start a conversation about dental health with your little one!

Materials Used

  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Construction Paper
  • Something to write with

The prep work for this craft is really easy! I just cut a long rectangle, a toothpaste like shape, and a short rectangle out of construction paper. I took the short rectangle and cut little slits in it so that it would look like the bristles of a toothbrush. If your child is comfortable using scissors, let them do the cutting!

After that was all ready, I had my daughter write her name on the long rectangle.

Next, she glued her toothbrush to a piece of construction paper.

That is it! This craft is super easy!

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Torn Tissue Paper Heart

This craft is a great way for kids to have some Valentine’s Day themed fun! You can easily create this heart-shaped craft with toddlers and preschool aged children!

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Materials Used

Tissue Paper

Glue

Scissors

Construction Paper

The prep work for this art project is super easy. I simply cut out a heart from construction paper! If your child uses scissors well, you can draw the heart and let them do the cutting! After that, I handed my daughter the tissue paper and had her rip it up.

Once all the paper was ripped up, I helped my daughter cover the heart in glue so that she could glue the tissue paper onto the heart.

This craft is super simple, but we had a lot of fun with it!

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We Tried Vita Ginseng Kids

It can be hard to narrow down which vitamins or supplements you should buy for your children. When I am considering what to give my daughter, I am looking for great health benefits, including immune support and an increase in memory function. There are many different types of supplements available, but today I want to share our experience with VITA Ginseng Kids.

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 I grew up with a Korean Step-Grandfather, so I was already well aware of the health benefits of ginseng.  For children who sometimes struggle to maintain a balanced diet, supplementing with VITA Ginseng Kids is an easy way to incorporate extra nutrients into their daily lives. It can be easily mixed into a favorite drink or soft food!  

The first thing I noticed about the package of VITA Ginseng Kids was how cute the packaging was! It features little monsters. Once we opened up a packet, both my daughter and I took a smell to see if we could tell how it would taste. It smelled really good!

Next, we opened it up and stirred it into a glass of milk. My daughter really enjoyed it. I took a taste as well, and it wasn’t bad! The easy packets make it convenient to take on the go! At $33 for 30 packets, it is reasonably priced and it has great reviews on Amazon!

I am so happy I found a new way to increase the nutrition my newly four year old gets every day!

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What I’ve Learned From My Time As A Stay At Home Mom

If you ask people what they think about stay-at-home moms, you will likely get a lot of different opinions.  Not all of those opinions will be positive. I am a mom with a disability that prevents me from working full time, so working mom life was  likely never in the cards for me, but I fully embrace the time I get at home with my little one. There are so many advantages to staying at home if it is possible for your family but being a stay-at-home parent is not without sacrifices. There are some things I wish I knew before starting my stay-at-home mom journey.

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The first I’ve learned is that even though I don’t have a traditional job, my days are rarely easy. I have a degree in early childhood education and thought that after managing a whole classroom of children, taking care of one child would be a breeze. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Fulfilling every need of a tiny human from 5:30AM until 7:30PM is significantly more difficult than teaching a classroom of preschool aged children. When I worked part time at a preschool, I was able to help children learn and keep them safe, but those are not the most difficult part of the days. At home, I find that the additional responsibilities such as dishes, laundry, and errands tend to take over the day and it takes skill and practice to balance fun time and house work.

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The next thing I learned is that stay-at-home mom life is full of inconsistencies. One day, we go to the park, read a dozen books, and practice math skills. The next day, we might eat cold pizza for breakfast and watch way too much YouTube. Consistency is important for young children, so I really do try to stick to a daily schedule, but each day is a new adventure.

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The last thing I want to share is that even though being a stay-at-home mom was the best, and really only, decision for my family, it still took a while for me to make peace with it. I occasionally still feel envious that my husband gets to go out into the world each day. I love my child fiercely, but some days I do not love being at home all day and that’s okay. After all, I don’t think there is a person out there who loves every single second of their life.

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A lot of people will say that staying at home with your children is the ultimate privilege, and in some ways, it is, but there are also a lot of challenges as well! I’d love to hear from my fellow stay-at-home moms out there! What is your favorite part of being a SAHM? What is the most challenging part for you?

Paper Popcorn Craft

In the spring of 2019, we took my daughter to her first circus. She loved every minute! We did not get to a circus in 2020 and it isn’t looking great for 2021 either. This week, we decided to bring the circus to us with some fun activities and art! One of my favorite part of any event is popcorn. This easy paper popcorn is easy to make and great for littles of all ages!

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Materials Used

  • Construction Paper (We used yellow, red, white, and blue)
  • Glue
  • Scissors

I started by cutting long strips from both the red and the white papers. If your child can safely use scissors, try letting them do this step!

Next, I had my daughter glue the red and white paper onto the blue paper. We talked about patterns and I encouraged her to follow a red-white-red-white pattern when putting the strips on the paper. While she was doing that, I cut the yellow paper into popcorn like shapes for her to glue on.

This easy art project is a great way to sneak learning and fine motor skill practice into your day! It is also super cute when it is finished!

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