Are you a mom blogger with a food-allergic family member? We're searching for the best food allergy mom blogs -- blogs that share allergen-free recipes, cooking tips, products, stories, or support for food-allergic families.

Voting ended on Nov 16, 2011 at 4pm PT. Top 25 Food Allergy Mom Blogs is now closed.

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TOP 25
http://theallergistmom.com

Sarah M. Boudreau-Romano is a pediatrician who completed her fellowship in Allergy. She has four children, three with multiple life-threatening food allergies. The stories shared in her blog are meant to be a source of support and encouragement.

Interview with The Allergist Mom

3498 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.AllergyFoodie.org

Mom to a 6 year old who was allergic to all top 8 food allergens and more. The blog: one of the few that talks about thriving with top 8 allergies - recipes, alternative ingredients, product reviews etc. with a blog and twitter following around the world!

Interview with Allergy Foodie

3097 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.glutenfreeveganmom.com

My Celiac family consists of 4 gluten-free, high-raw, plant-based vegans. Blog includes: GF manufacturing facility confirmations, recipes, homeschooling, organic living, eliminating toxins in the home, coping with speciality diets while traveling & dining.

Interview with A Gluten-Free Vegan Mom Who Knows

2327 Votes

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TOP 25
http://greenandbitchy.blogspot.com

lactation counselor & mom of 5 w/ 2 that have severe & life-threatening allergies to the entire top 8 plus corn & more. menu/subs/recipes/support
w/ an eye toward the bigger picture of natural feeding,(esp breastfeeding!) nurturing & GMO avoidance.

Interview with Green and Bitchy

1987 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.foodfarmhealth.ca

I'm a mother, aspiring farmer and passionate real food advocate. I write about our family's journey w/ allergies, our efforts to reduce our exposure to the toxic chemicals found in produce by growing our own and share allergy-friendly, seasonal recipes.

Interview with Food Farm Health

1851 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.cybelepascal.com/

Hi, I'm Cybele, Allergy-Friendly Cook, cookbook author, mom, food allergic person, Ambassador Who Cares 4 Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, baker of allergy-friendly cookies, working to make the world a safer & more delicious place for eaters everywhere.

Interview with Cybele Pascal - The Allergy-Friendly Cook

1578 Votes

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TOP 25
http://raisingjackwithceliac.blogspot.com/

I created this blog to bring parents, family members and friends of children with celiac disease together - to ask questions, to give advice, to share recipes, and to support each other while on this journey of raising our healthy gluten-free children.

Interview with Raising Jack with Celiac

1569 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.learningtoeatallergyfree.com/

Allergen-free and gluten-free food solutions for busy families. Recipes, techniques, and advice for food-allergy parents. Author of Learning to Bake Allergen-Free: A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts.

Interview with Learning to Eat Allergy Free

1550 Votes

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TOP 25
http://blog.onespotallergy.com

Elizabeth Goldenberg, the mother of two sons, one of whom is severely allergic to peanuts and tree nuts, started Onespot Allergy Blog in 2010. She has also built a global network of blog followers, newsletter subscribers, Facebook fans, and Twitter followers and has become a leading expert in the...

Interview with Onespot Allergy Blog

1538 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.welcomingkitchen.com

Create a Welcoming Kitchen where everyone, including folks living with restricted diets, can eat delicious food TOGETHER. Written by a vegan and food-allergy mom, all recipes are allergen-free, gluten-free and vegan.

Interview with Welcoming Kitchen

1368 Votes

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TOP 25
http://jazzyallergyrecipes.blogspot.com

Simple and delicious egg free, dairy free and nut free recipes that everyone will love. My oldest daughter, Jazzy, has life-threatening food allergies. This blog was started so that we can share our yummy recipes with everyone.

Interview with Jazzy Allergy Recipes

1271 Votes

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TOP 25
http://glutenfreeguy.com

food allergies were not part of our world in 1999 when our baby developed hives after eating mixed cereal. that was the beginning of a steep learning curve. this blog shares recipes, stories,restaurants and other juicy gluten free tidbits! enjoy--

Interview with Gluten Freek

1262 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.lexieskitchen.com

Lexie is on a mission to restore and boost her toddler's intestinal and neurological health through nutrition. Recipes are FREE of GLUTEN, DAIRY, and EGGS. Most common FOOD ALLERGENS are avoided and minimally processed NATURAL SWEETENERS are used sparingly

Interview with Lexie's Kitchen

1216 Votes

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TOP 25
http://shmallergy.wordpress.com

Mom to a 7 yr old with multiple food allergies. Personal philosophy: parents who handle food allergies in a healthy way, raise confident kids. In short, "allergy, shmallergy", food allergies don't need to get in your way! Recipes, food finds, tips & more..

Interview with Allergy Shmallergy

1121 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.kidswithmultiplefoodallergies.blogspot.com

Mum of 2 shares the journey of raising a child with severe multiple food allergies.Recipes all free from peanuts, treenuts, wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, fish & shellfish. Latest research, products, advice & stories to inspire hope & sanity www.allergysave.com

Interview with Parenting a child with multiple food allergies

1104 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.momsplans.com

Mom's Plans documents our attempts to live a fulfilling life for less while paying down debt, raising 3 children and enjoying dairy-free and soy-free foods.

Interview with Mom's Plans

1041 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.allergymoms.com

Practical and emotional support for parents of food allergic children. The AllergyMoms website, newsletter and blog features live teleseminars, allergy coaching, physician authored articles, freebies, interviews and more.

Interview with Allergy Moms

949 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.foodallergymama.com

It has become my life’s purpose to raise awareness and increase funding for food allergy research. I am passionate about not only keeping my son safe, but alive. A food allergy diagnosis is scary; it is the fear of the unknown that keeps us moms of food allergic children awake at night. Class...

Interview with Food Allergy Mama

928 Votes

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TOP 25
http://nut-freemom.com

It's a nutty world out there, so join me as I navigate the ups and downs of parenting a child with life-threatening peanut and tree nut allergies. You'll find lots of practical tips, positive encouragement, strategies, product info and recipes!

Interview with The Nut-Free Mom

913 Votes

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TOP 25
http://whattofeedyourkids.blogspot.com

I am on a mission to help other families understand that nutritional intervention for kids really can help them to be the best they can be. My blog is full of information to empower parents to make changes themselves and seek answers to help their kids.

Interview with Our Gluten Free Family

777 Votes

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