Food allergy parents are accustomed to prepping safe food at home and taking it on-the-go to parties, school functions, and family gatherings. Here are a few items that might make carrying safe food just a little easier!
Portable Slice of Pizza or Pie?
Take a gluten-free or dairy-free slice of pizza to a party? Who knew there was a container just for that purpose?! This Brick Oven Pizza Saver looks like it’s perfectly sized to transport both pizza and maybe even a slice of cookie cake or pie!
Individual Cupcake Holders:
When sending your child with a safe snack or special treat – OR when labeling your own lunch at the office – the best way to ensure it doesn’t get mixed up with someone else’s is to clearly label it. These removable labels by Avery do just the trick:
If your kids are itching for a hot lunch, but school lunches aren’t a safe option, then you absolutely need a thermos that will keep your meal warm for up to 5 hours and fit neatly into your lunchbox or work bag.
And, while you’re packing your lunchbox, why not add Sistema’s four-piece cutlery set. It connects handles to fork, spoon, kid friendly-knife and chopsticks – making it a synch to grab on-the-go.
For Safe Restaurant Dining:
If you’re allergic to soy, you’ve probably already toted salad dressing to restaurants. Allergic to gluten/wheat, I’d bet you’ve stashed tamari in your purse as you meet friends for sushi. OXO Good Grips On-The-Go Silicone Squeeze Bottles allow you to do just that in a small, spill-free way!
We want to hear from you! What other items do you find useful for living with your food allergies?
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