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    Thu Sep 15, 2005 2:31 pm Groupie
    A friend of mine has an 8-month-old that was recently diagnosed with wheat, barley, milk and egg white allergies.

    Anyone have any teething biscuit recipes or cake, snacks, meals that are free of these things?

    Thu Sep 15, 2005 4:11 pm Groupie
    Try for ideas. There will be recipes with eggs on there, but the other items are excluded from the recipes listed there.

    You can also check in natural food stores. My daughter and I saw GF teething biscuits just this past week-end. I didn't look at the whole ingredient list because we don't have a baby in the family at this time, but I remember because DD commented that if she ever does have children she will start them out GF due to our family history and hoped the biscuits would still be available.
    Thu Mar 16, 2006 7:16 pm Groupie
    I searched for Vegan Gluten-free recipes, and here is one result for many recipes(note, all recipes on the site are not gluten-free, but most are)

    OOh!! I found one!!!

    Teething Biscuits
    Source: Laura Wittman, The Food Allergy Kitchen Yahoo Group

    3 tsp egg replacer
    4 Tbsp water
    1/2 cup pure cane sugar
    1 cup brown rice flour
    1 cup tapioca flour
    1/2 cup sweet rice flour
    1/2 applesauce

    Mix egg replacer with water. Add sugar and mix well. Combine flours in separate bowl and then gradually add to egg and sugar mix to make firm dough. Gradually add applesauce until a good consistency for rolling out. Roll out dough to 3/4" thick. Cut into small bars and place on cookie sheets. Cover with tea towel and let stand on countertop overnight. In the morning, bake at 325 degrees until brown and desired firmness is reached (I used to cook mine well over an hour so that they were really hard).

    Note: Add cinnamon for flavor if desired.
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