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Chocolate is a Valentine’s Day must-have, but dessert doesn’t have to be complicated. Make these chocolate-covered bananas in minutes — they’re allergy-friendly, too!
Instead of curling up with a pint of ice cream, make a lighter “sundae” instead: use creamy low-fat ricotta and your favorite sundae toppings, like dried fruit and chocolate chips.
If your valentine is gluten sensitive you can still bake them a special sweet treat this Valentine’s Day; choose from one of our 29 favorites from around the web.
Make homemade chocolate bark for your Valentine this year; this recipe is allergy friendly and is easily adaptable to include your favorite add-ins.
Ditch the bag of salty, oil store-bought chips and make your own sweet potato chips for Super Bowl snacking instead.
Make a football-party appetizer everyone can enjoy, regardless of food sensitivities or preference: gluten-free, dairy-free baked nachos.
No football party would be complete without a big bowl of salsa for dipping chips and crudites.
This dip has is all: it’s healthy, easy to make, allergy-friendly (it’s dairy and gluten free) and it’s sure you be a crowd-pleaser at your New Year’s Eve bash.
Start the new year off right with an easy-to-make, delicious, healthy and party-ready appetizer: pears wrapped in hummus and turkey.