The Super Allergy Girl Blog: Allergy Testing: My Allergy Test and Other Testing

The Super Allergy Girl Blog: Allergy Testing: My Allergy Test and Other Testing.

Thanks, Super Allergy Girl, for blogging about ImmuneTech’s product, My Allergy Test! Check out her blog, its an award winner for Top Food Allergy Blog in 2010. There are all kinds of recipes & ideas for living Gluten-Free, Casein-Free, and Nut-Free. She also has an excellent cookbook available for purchase, The Super Allergy Cookbook.

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About Kari Larson

Hi, I'm Kari Larson, social media consultant & blogger for ImmuneTech. Personally, I have suffered with allergies & sensitivities for years. Professionally, my background is 15 years in heathcare management & life-style technology product development. I've also been a contributing author to a variety of dermatology trade journals. Now working in this capacity with ImmuneTech is exciting for me as it is combines my professional career with a topic of personal interest. My goal is to share news, tips, resources, & commentary on topics relating to managing & living with allergies.

3 thoughts on “The Super Allergy Girl Blog: Allergy Testing: My Allergy Test and Other Testing

  1. Lisa Lundy

    Thanks for your kind words! I really feel that we need to get the word out about your valuable product for so many reasons!! Keep up the great work and keep me posted on your product updates! Love, Lisa A. Lundy

    Reply
    1. atindal3

      This is supposed to be the best egg-free pancake recipe – nice fluffy pancakes!
      Makes about 8-9 pancakes, 5 inches in diameter
      Allergy Note: contains wheat and dairy ingredients

      2 cups all-purpose flour
      1/4 cup sugar
      1 1/2 tablespoons baking powder
      1/2 teaspoon salt
      2 cups milk*
      1/4 cup vegetable oil
      1/4 cup orange juice
      1/4 cup melted butter*

      *For vegan pancakes: Instead of milk, you can use soy milk, rice milk, almond milk or fruit juice. Instead of melted butter, you can use vegetable oil, applesauce, coconut oil (melted) or vegetable shortening(melted).

      Sift together flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt. In a separate bowl, whisk together milk, oil and orange juice. Slowly add in the melted butter. Pour about 1/2 cup of batter onto a hot nonstick pan. (This batter tends to bubble up and thicken due to the baking powder. You can gently stir it to break down some of the bubbles to bring it back to a pourable consistency.) Cook until you see a few bubbles rise to the surface and it’s dry around the edges, then flip over to cook the other side until lightly browned. Serve with butter and maple syrup or whipped cream and fresh fruit.

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