I fixed the boys an exciting Halloween breakfast. I created a bat pancake, bacon and green hemp milk for Jack. The rest of the family had normal bat pancakes, bacon, bloody eggs, and zombie juice.
For Jack's pancakes I winged it and used;
1/4 cup brown rice flour
1/4 cup potato starch
1 substitute egg (energy egg sub. powder in box)
2 T canola oil
2 tsp vanilla
hemp milk (enough to form pancake consistency)
Cook em' up like pancakes!
We use palm shortening for butter and regular maple syrup. Enjoy!
He didn't eat the Tootsie Pop, he was just asking his favorite question, "this belly sick?"
We want Jack to grow up experiencing the same thing as other children. We decided that although it would be stressful for us parents, we wanted to take our kids trick-or-treating, door to door. It was exhausting trying to keep all of Jack's candy inside his bag and not in his mouth. But it was a success. We made it through without an episode. I was surprised to find that even though the ingredients were not present on the individual treats, most were clearly marked with allergy information. Which came in handy when Jack started to drool over his treats. I was able to search a little and find some Sponge Bob sweet tarts that contained only sugar, corn starch, guar gum and coloring. I can happily say, our Halloween was pleasant.