14 Nov '17
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236 Holiday Recipes You Won’t Believe are Allergy-Friendly

For the first time this Halloween, our family decided to offer a candy alternative to kids with allergies. It was something I’d heard about before but hadn’t thought a lot about until we actually did it. I learned there are A TON of families out there dealing with food allergies!

Which is why I am so excited to tell you about this incredible resource for families dealing with allergies – available for the next 2 DAYS ONLY.

 

psst – the best part? YOU get to name your price!

 

So here’s the deal. This morning, my friends at Ultimate Bundles released the Food Allergy Freedom Collection, a mouthwatering library of 280 allergy-friendly holiday recipes… and you read that right- you get to pick your price.

Why? Because this, more than any other bundle, is one that we all feel it’s super important to get into the hands of as many families as possible.

Whether you need to avoid:

  • Gluten
  • Dairy
  • Eggs
  • Nuts
  • Grains
  • Refined sugars
  • OR you eat paleo, GAPS, vegan or even AIP…

…you’ll find something to chow down on with these delicious, deprivation-free recipes.

Plus, these recourses will help keep your prep time down AND help you to keep off those almost inevitable holiday pounds ;).

 

Get the Food Allergy Freedom Collection before it expires tonight.

 

Here are just 4 of the 9 eBooks included in this collection that I’m super excited about:

 

#1 – Allergy-free Meal Plan

This eBook makes getting a healthy meal on the table so much easier — without turning to packaged foods or takeout. You get 4 whole weeks of meals (including desserts and snacks) all of which is free of egg, dairy, wheat, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. Weekly shopping lists and prepare-ahead tips are included too!

 

#2 – Vegan Holiday Treats

Vegan Holiday Treats contains 29 festive and delightful holiday dessert recipes. These tried and true recipes are simple to make, free of dairy and eggs, and easy enough for a beginning baker. Enjoy your favorite treats this season – from shortbread to molasses cookies to chocolate thumbprints.

 

#3 – Nourishing Holiday

Focusing on GAPS diet, primal, and paleo foods, this eBook features classic recipes like pumpkin pie, turkey gravy, and even dinner rolls. Plus, a well-rounded dessert section lets you indulge without guilt. You’ll find delicious recipes for cakes, pies, and cookies that feature easily-digestible sweeteners like fruit and honey.

 

#4 – Thanksgiving in the Slow Cooker

With 32 gluten-free recipes, a “Thanksgiving Timeline Cheatsheet,” and a 30-Minute Company’s Coming Cleaning Guide, this eBook will make your holidays a smashing success. Stop spending time stirring things on the stove — put your slow cooker to work, get out of the kitchen, and make lasting memories with the people you love.

 

All this talk about food is making me hungry!

 

Click here for a full breakdown of the eBooks and recipes in this bundle.

 

…And here are the deadlines and details:

Right now, you can get this collection on a pay-what-you-want basis.

 

You can pay as little as $3 and if you choose to pay $20 or more, you’ll get a bonus eCourse full of tips and tricks for easy allergy-friendly cooking and baking (a $40 value by itself!).

 

The bundle is backed by with a 30-Day Happiness Guarantee, so there’s no risk on your end.

And most importantly, this special offer only lasts until Tomorrow at Midnight Eastern Time. After that, you would have to spend over $110 to get the 280 delicious recipes in this collection.

 

So why wait?

Get the Food Allergy Freedom Collection before it’s gone.

 

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P.S. Remember, you only have until Tomorrow at Midnight Eastern Time to save BIG on these yummy recipes. I’d hate for you to miss this chance to make the holidays more fun and delicious!

Get your Food Allergy Freedom Collection now.

 

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