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Having food sensitivities does NOT mean no more holiday baking. When I first realized I couldn’t eat gluten and dairy I thought I could tolerate some during the holiday season. Eventually, after feeling unwell and anxious during and after the holidays each year, I decided the holiday baked goods I had grown up with were no longer worth my health (insert  long sigh here). Since that “aha” moment I have been experimenting with old and new recipes to find Christmas treats that I can enjoy. Here is a booklet of easy gluten free and dairy free recipes. I substitute the eggs in most recipes (1-2 eggs) with flax eggs.

1 Tbsp. Ground Flax Seeds and 3 Tbsp. Water= 1 Egg

I hope you enjoy!

Happy Holidays,

Dr. Jennifer Hendry-Lynn ND

 (This information does not replace the health advice given by a primary care provider, and is intended ONLY for educational purposes)

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