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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Free $10 Walmart Gift Card From Ebates

Happy Cyber Week!  I know, it started as Cyber Monday.  And now stores are dragging the sales on for the week.  Not so bad, I still have deals I need to find.  :)  I literally do all my Christmas shopping this week. Sorry to blast you all with my excitement.  

Truth be told, I normally despise shopping!  And I gave up Black Friday a long time ago.  But as a frugal homebody who saves up all year, I do like to spend this week finding the best deals and free shipping chances that I can.  In my pajamas.  With coffee.  Late into the night.  

I did a lot of Amazon shopping yesterday on Cyber Monday.  And now I'm shopping a few other sites this week, many keep offering the free shipping and percentages off.  Sweet.  Because I stayed up until 3am last night and couldn't go on any longer.   And that's not an exaggeration.  


Today I wanted to share with you about Ebates cash back because right now they are offering a FREE $10 GIFT CARD TO WALMART after your first $25 purchase.  And many stores are offering double rebates for Cyber Week.  Kohls 6%.  Walmart 3%.  Macy's 8%.  Snapfish 20%!!!  And many more stores that you shop.

Know what you need with your free $10?  You need these adorable purple Ball Jars!  At least that's what I'd pick.  I love to package up small gifts in these for girlfriends and teachers.  Throw in some socks, lotion, chapstick...and you're set!  Anyways, I can get whatever you want with the $10.  ;)  

Many of you are pros at taking advantage of the Ibotta cash back app.  And many of you are Amazon Prime Members.  But did you know about Ebates cash-back?  My own husband is a tad confused so I thought I better come over and explain it just in case you're in the same boat.  

How Does It Work?
It's really easy.  Ebates is for ONLINE SHOPPING.  You just log in to your Ebates account and then click into the store/site you want to shop. Then Ebates will track your purchases and start giving you money back on your online purchases.  Easy!  You don't have to submit anything.  Just start at when you shop online and click from there.

How Do I Get the Rebate?  
You can get it in one of three ways:
1.  Paypal
2.  Mailed Check
3.  Organization/Charity Donation

How Often Do I Get the Rebates?  

What is the Payment Threshold?  
Your total rebate needs to be $5 or more.  Otherwise, it will carry over to the next quarter and continue to accrue.

What Percent Do I Earn Back?
It depends on the store.  Ebates makes it very clear what rebates each store is offering.  And it does change. 

I've earned over $100 in my couple years with Ebates.  And I don't work it very hard.  

Remember to make your first $25 purchase through Ebates to earn your $10 Walmart Card!  :)  

And have fun shopping in your pajamas.

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Allergy-Free Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips $3.48 A Bag!

Great news for all food allergy families!  Allergy-friendly Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips are finally on a great sale again on Amazon.  I've waited about six months for this!  Thanks to my food allergy bud, Sherrie, for tipping us off first thing this morning.  I already grabbed my six bags for Christmas baking.  Just in time!

At $3.48 a bag, it's definitely time to snag these.  Locally and online each bags usually runs up to $5 a bag. Sometimes $6.  

These melt wonderfully for dipping Christmas treats:  pretzels, marshmallows, graham crackers, Ritz crackers and more.  The chocolate molds well, too.  Check out our homemade peanut butter cups.  We also use Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips for dairy-free chocolate chip cookies, brownies, and pan smores.  And so much more.  You will have to poke around our blog some more!  

But first, go snatch these up quickly before the price raises or they go out of stock. :)  

Have a great day!

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Monday, November 30, 2015

Free 30 Days on Amazon Prime ~ 2 Day Shipping!

Happy Cyber Monday, Friends!  It's one of my favorite days of the year as I get most of my Christmas shopping done from the convenience of my own home.  Sipping my coffee.  Loving life. Thankful for our many blessings and thankful for a fantastic community of fellow food allergy friends to share with.  :)  That's YOU!

A few years ago I caught on to the life-changing phenomena known as Amazon Prime.  I signed up for the 30-day free trial and never looked back.  We now use Christmas money from parents each year to renew.  It's been MORE than worth it to us.  

Not only do we get free shipping on any size you know how much I overspent by trying to bump orders to $35???  But we also get free video streaming, music streaming, photo storage, and probably more that I haven't maximized yet.  I've watched all the Downton Abbey series for free. That alone was worth the membership to me, ha ha!

I get tons of dairy-free groceries, sometimes in bulk, shipped right to my door.  And really heavy or bulky items shipped to door like bulk toilet paper and even an elliptical machine!  As a homebody, I just can't put a price on the ease of shopping from home. And the prices usually aren't even inflated for that convenience, they are often lower than big box stores.  

Today is Cyber Monday, my favorite day to shop on Amazon Prime.  And it's the best day to start a 30-Day Prime trial.  There will be great deals from now until Christmas. 

And if you want to see some of the deals I am snagging on electronics, toys, food, and more...head over to our Facebook Page for a rare play-by-play of my shopping frenzy today.  It's like being at Walmart with me on Black Friday...except on a Monday.  At home.  With coffee.  :)  We would love to have you!  I will be on all day and night until the Cyber Monday closing bell rings.

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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Dairy-Free Black Bean Soup

It's the time of the year when warm, filling soups fit the bill so I tried this vegan recipe from with a few adjustments. I wanted a pureed black bean soup, but I also wanted some whole beans, carrots, tomatoes, and onion in it to add a little more.

I made this in the crock pot for a quick meal on Stamp Camp Night, and it turned out wonderful.

I served the soup with our first try at "homemade" tortilla chips, using Aldi tortillas. These were so tasty dipped into the soup!


With a pastry brush, paint a very light coating of oil on one side of each tortilla.

Stack the tortillas greased side up in an even pile.

With a pizza cutter, cut the stack in half, then into quarters, then into eighths.

Separate the pieces and arrange them greased side up on a lightly oiled baking sheet.

Toast the chips in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes or until they are crisp and just beginning to brown lightly.

Watch them closely so they don't become over baked.

Read soup recipe below.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Dairy-Free Black Bean Burger


I am trying to cook more with beans as that can really cut down your grocery budget and meat costs. My goal is to have one meatless dinner a week.

My new favorite way to buy beans is in the can, organic, at Aldi.  I tried soaking bulk beans, but it just wasn't worth the time commitment to me.  I can get cans of organic black and pinto beans at Aldi for under $1.  Sweeeeeeet!

Right now, the only dairy-free buns we can find are the Brownberry brand.  And they aren't the cheapest.  Wish we had more options.

Below is our black bean burger recipe.  We use oats instead of flour for a binder.  Miles and I absolutely love having these.  They make great patty-making practice for the littles, too, since it's not raw meat.  Go ahead, let them help.  :)

  • 1/2 onion, diced
  • 1 can black beans, well drained
  • 3/4 cup quick oats or oat flour
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1/2 tsp seasoned salt
  • oil for frying

Sautee the onions till soft, about 3-5 minutes.

In a large bowl, mash the beans until almost smooth.

Add sauteed onions and spices.

Add oats or oat flour 1/4 cup at a time.  Mixture will get thick.

Form bean mixture into patties, approximately ½ inch thick and fry patties in a small amount of oil until slightly firm.

I actually smash the beans and mix the ingredients in my Kitchen Aid Mixer. {aff}  Very easy.  :)


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Advent Options for Food Allergies

Hello All, 

I'm thoroughly enjoying this Thanksgiving break with my family and hanging out with our amazing readers on Facebook.  There's a question posted today about advent calendars that are allergy-safe.  So I'm taking a moment to share some of the ideas people are sharing.  They are all wonderful.  Thank you for your help!  

And if you haven't joined our Facebook community yet, you are missing out!  Head on over and join us.  Be sure follow and mark our page as a favorite so you don't miss important recalls, conversation, recipes, and more.  We appreciate being in your daily feed!  

Now onto the fun advents!

Fill with your own safe treats!

Star Wars, Friends, & City

Several Varieties:  Police, Farm, Unicorn, House, Santa Workshop, Forest, & more

I would put some candies in that tray to eat each day.

dairy free, tree nut free, peanut free, egg free, gluten free chocolate

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Lego Gingerbread House ~ A Food Allergy Mom's Dream

You might be a food allergy mom if you are trying to spend $99 at the Lego site so you can get a FOOD-FREE, adorable gingerbread house for free!  :)  

This promotional offer ends really soon or only while supplies last.  You can also get free shipping.  

Like we need one more single Lego in this house.  But I can't help it.  I'm crazy, that little house is so cute! Maybe I just love pink Legos?  I would even package it up each year, safe and sound with the Christmas decor so it doesn't meet its doom in my basement...also known as the bottomless Lego pit.

Anyone else super tempted by this?!

Shop Lego online through Ebates and get 3.5% cash back.  {aff}

PS - I'm sure the set is smaller than we think.  The site says it's a $10 value.  Albeit, you can get it on Amazon for $50+ {aff}.


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Friday, November 27, 2015

Happy Black Friday ~ Milk Allergy Mom Favorites

Hello, friends.  Hopefully you all had a magnificent Thanksgiving and are doing a lot of what makes you happy today.  

I gave up on the Black Friday store shopping frenzy and instead settled in for some online perusing. Cozily, I am sitting here reflecting on all I'm thankful for.  And that includes you, our food allergy friends and faithful readers.  

Quite a few deals have impressed today so I thought I would pass them along to you.  Just in case!  Have a blessed day.

New Balance Kids Shoes

30% off one book purchase
Includes book sets
Through Nov. 29

Through Nov. 27
Includes tons of Kate Spade


15% Off Coupon
Stocking Stuffers!

$9.44 after 10% Coupon


$35 This Weekend

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Dairy-Free YumEarth Candy 15% Off

I have a secret to share.  See these fruit gummies?  I picked up the last bag at the local health store, on the clearance rack, and have craved them ever since.  They are delicious!  I didn't share one single bite with my kids, and I felt so guilty.  

Ever since that day, I've been trying to find more of these because I really do want to share.  I requested that the local store get them back in.  And I've been stalking Amazon.  But they were like $60 on Amazon!  Yikes. High demand???

Fortunately, God loves me and has answered my prayers about finding these at an affordable price again. Answered prayer?  You can get these medium size bags for about $1.70 on Amazon with a 15% coupon right now!   

The coupon can be used on several YumEarth variety candies.  Hard candy, suckers, and gummies.  But trust me, you want to try the pink and green package.  You can thank me later.  

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Monday, November 23, 2015

Dairy-Free Thanksgiving 2015

Hello Friends.  Thanksgiving is this week.  The menu is being tweaked and the shopping list is being made.  I refuse to feel the stress of putting on an elaborate meal.  Safe, simple, and nutritious works for me as I strive to make it more about enjoying my family and reflecting on all the rich blessings that God has given us.

As we continue to work our dairy-free and nut-free menu each year, I always feel compelled to share it with you, our faithful readers.  I hope you can glean some new ideas for this year.  Have a blessed and safe week.

Milk Allergy Mom Style

TURKEY ~ Butterball brushed with dairy-free margarine.  Homemade gravy.  

STUFFING ~ Jeff makes this using a simple recipe from Betty Crocker.  

CRANBERRY SAUCE ~ My MIL makes a simple sauce with just sugar and water so it is safe for Miles.  

FRUIT SALAD ~ It doesn't get easier than this.  And so lovely.

SCALLOPED CORN ~ Mix a can of regular corn with a can of creamed corn.  Top with crushed saltine crackers.  Place in hot oven until heated through.  Check all labels.

BROCCOLI SALAD ~ We all love crunchy broccoli salad.  It's a raw vegetable lovers dream. And there's bacon!  Use vegan mayo if you can't do egg.  

SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE ~ We like this recipe at  Use dairy-free margarine.  Sometimes instead of mashing the potatoes, we slice and layer them.  

DEVILED EGGS ~ Graham is no longer allergic to eggs but still dislikes them.  Maybe a deviled egg is what we need to break him in!  

JELL-O JIGGLERS ~ My MIL also likes to make turkey Jell-O Jigglers for the kiddies.  :)

HOMEMADE ROLLS ~ I like making rolls so I have a few recipes I have used.  Most of these call for milk, egg, and butter.  Use soy or almond milk, flaxseed egg, and dairy-free margarine as replacements.

Crescent Rolls
Refrigerator Rolls

APPLE PIE ~ My MIL uses this recipe.  It's Jeff's favorite.

PUMPKIN PIE ~ This was last year's grand break-through for us.  Recipe from Go Dairy Free

DAIRY-FREE WHIP CREAM ~ Also new to us last year was homemade dairy-free whip cream to top the pies and make apple salad.  But since then, So Delicious has put out a new dairy-free Cool Whip that we may use this year.  It contains pea protein. 

How is that for a dairy-free Thanksgiving?  As you can see, food allergies do not mean we are deprived of delicious food.  What dairy-free recipes are on your Thanksgiving menu this year?

Are you celebrating with a large crowd?  Nervous about managing food allergies during the holidays?  Read my article about holidays with large groups.  It was specific to Easter but the feast portion pertains to any big gathering with food.  

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Dairy-Free Stuffing

Last year Jeff made this dairy-free stuffing for Thanksgiving, I took a picture, and never got it posted.  Well I'm on the ball this year and have dug it up for you so you can give it a whirl for Thursday.

Jeff used this recipe from Betty Crocker.  He used dairy-free margarine and dairy-free bread.

I didn't grow up eating stuffing and today I don't like to eat a lot of bread.  But this stuffing was definitely tasty, and I had my fair share.  ;)

Allergy-Free Enjoy Life Pizza Crust

Now this was one of my favorite Enjoy Life mixes from what we've recently tried:  brownies, muffins, and pizza crust.  

I didn't expect to be swayed because we usually make our own crust from scratch or even lazily use tortillas for pizza crust on occasion. But the great taste and texture of this crust is definitely worth splurging on.  It made a lot, too.  TWO pizzas.  Our picture just shows one of the two we were able to make from one box.  

The crust not only tasted normal and delicious for being allergy-free AND wheat-free, but it also baked up nice and crunchy.  It held all those toppings without getting overloaded.  

I especially loved this because our whole family was able to enjoy the SAME pizza by using this boxed crust. I prefer gluten-free pizza.  Miles needs milk-free pizza.  And it tasted normal enough for Jeff and Graham to happily partake, as well.  

The dough was simple to put together.  Just add oil.  And it was easy enough to work with and spread into the pan.  Something you always look for with pizza crust.  

We would definitely purchase more of this tasty crust mix.  Allergy-free, protein, ancient grains, and probiotics...quite a unique and healthy blend they are offering here.  

Thank you to Enjoy Life for sending these mixes for us to try.  We hope to get our hands on the pancake mix, soon!  :)  

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Allergy-Free Enjoy Life Muffin Mix

Hello, All!  We are happy to bring you today a review for another Enjoy Life box mix.  Recently we shared our thoughts on the Enjoy Life Brownie Mix.  And now it's time to tell you about the muffin mix!

Jeff was kind enough to make these for the family to try.  The mix is for a plain muffin so you can add any mix-in's that you want.  I love that.  Jeff opted for mini Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips.  Great choice.  

Our boys liked the muffins and devoured them all.  To me, the ancient grains were a little different tasting in these.  I felt they needed refrigerated overnight because they started to get a little gooey sitting on the counter for hours.  But we aren't necessarily gluten-free here, either, so keep that in mind when I sound a little picky about wheat-free foods.  Another sad thing about the muffins is that the batter was thin, and the poor chocolate chips fell to the bottom during baking.  Or maybe the chips were just too tiny.  So next time I will drop the chips on the top right before baking instead of mixing them into the batter.  Also, some chunky raw sugar or brown sugar sprinkled on the top before baking would have given these a little more dimension and texture to enjoy.  

The muffins were probably my least favorite of the three mixes we are trying.  But again, the boys ate them just fine and that's a great thing.  Protein, ancient grains, and probiotics included.  :)

I hope this review is helpful to you.  Thank you to Enjoy Life for allowing us this chance to try their product. 

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Saturday, November 21, 2015

Erin Condren 2016 Planner. Save $10!

If you haven't ordered before and want to check out the products, sign up for an EC account using this link and you will receive $10 off your first order!  That's essentially free shipping.  :)

Hey Mamas!  Are you having a hard time thinking of something FUN to put on your Christmas list? Because let's face it, spatulas and a new toilet brush do not count as exciting gifts for Christmas...even if you do need them.  :)  

But here's something that you do need, that will help you get your life together, that is also super fun. You need a heavy-duty Erin Condren Life Planner.  

I'm going to admit, even though I love papercrafts and markers and writing...I always scoffed at those who loved their little paper planners.  Winging life was more my style.  

But I recently decided to give a paper planner a try because I did sense the need to get a little more organized with my schedule and planning.  

And now nearly 6 months into my new life as a planner girl, I can proudly say that I've stuck with it.  As a result, my life IS more organized.  Not only does the planner keep me organized, but it's also crafty outlet for me.  And the end result will be a great little journal keepsake.  

I anxiously bought the 18-month planner in July as a test-run.  But I can now say that I will probably go to 12-month Erin Condren planners from now on.  I've heard that the coil size is the same so the planner is less bulky with 12 months.  It also just makes sense for yearly documenting.  I originally thought 18 months would work best to get the school calendar year in, but have since then found a separate school planner. Yes, it is true.  Once you become a paper planner, you really might get 2-3 going at once. It's an addiction!  

Below are a few more helpful articles and even a video if you want me to really talk you into getting your first EC planner for 2016.  

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Dairy-Free Method Shampoo & Body Wash

For a few years I've had a difficult time finding safe shampoo for my son with milk and nut allergies.  

I prefer chemical-free products free from parabens, phthalates, and such.  But when I look at organic products, they often contain FOOD.  Yes, food.  That's risky with food allergies. 

Once I tried to make our own body wash and shampoo with Bronner's castille soap.  But while it makes a FANTASTIC hand soap, it was just too drying for a full body wash.  And it didn't foam up like real shampoo.  

So when I saw these fun Method products for kids in Target the other day, I had to give them a try.   The ingredients looked decent.  The kids love the lemon scent.  It foams up, is hypoallergenic, free of harmful chemicals, and contains no food.  We've had total success with it.  Not to mention, the Mickey marketing is pretty fun.  

The price isn't bad, either, given how hard it is to find safe products for our food allergy kids.  About $5 a bottle.

Right now you can clip a 15% coupon on Amazon Pantry and get this body wash and shampoo delivered right to your door.  

Have you found any other chemical-free AND food free hygiene products that you love for your kids?

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Friday, November 20, 2015

DBV Technologies Pediatric EoE Milk Study

There is a new announcement from DBV Technologies, the biotech company developing allergy treatments in the form of a patch.

DBV Technologies has enrolled its first patient in a Phase IIA study of pediatric EoE brought on by milk allergies. Pediatric EoE (Eosinophilic Esophagitis) is a chronic disease that causes the esophagus to swell, which then triggers symptoms such as abdominal pain, and failure to thrive in children and infants. It affects one in every 2,000 children.

This study will look to determine the safety and efficacy of DBV’s Viaskin Milk treatment patch in treating this condition in children ages 4-17. This randomized trial will include 20 children, including a placebo group, who will all be treated for nine months while on a milk-free diet. Afterwards they will be reintroduced to milk for a period up to two months.

The trial is being conducted under an Investigational New Drug application held by Dr. Jonathan Spergel at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Here is the full news release:

DBV Technologies Announces Enrollment 
 of First Patient Phase IIA Study in Pediatric Eosinophilic Esophagitis

SMILEE will evaluate the efficacy and safety of Viaskin® Milk for the treatment of milk allergy-induced EoE in children ages 4-17


DBV Technologies (Euronext: DBV – ISIN: FR0010417345 - Nasdaq Stock Market: DBVT), a clinical-stage specialty biopharmaceutical company, today announced that the first patient has been enrolled in SMILEE (Study of efficacy and safety of the Viaskin® MILk in Milk-Induced Eosinophilic Esophagitis), a Phase IIA clinical trial assessing the safety and efficacy of Viaskin® Milk for the treatment of milk allergy-induced Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) in children ages 4-17. The Viaskin Milk patch is based on epicutaneous immunotherapy (EPIT®), a proprietary technology platform that can deliver biologically active compounds to the immune system through intact skin without allowing compound passage into the blood. The SMILEE trial is conducted under an Investigational New Drug (IND) application held by Dr. Jonathan Spergel at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

It is estimated that EoE, a chronic disease, affects one in every 2,000 children. EoE is a serious condition, which causes the swelling of the esophagus triggering severe symptoms such as vomiting, abdominal pain, regurgitation, dysphagia, and in young children and infants, feeding difficulties and failure to thrive. Many studies suggest that food allergies are the main cause of EoE in children, including allergy to cow’s milk. If left untreated, EoE may cause acute and chronic complications including food impaction, esophageal stricture, narrow-caliber esophagus, and esophageal perforation.

Dr. Pierre-Henri Benhamou, Chairman and CEO of DBV Technologies, said: “The launch of SMILEE is yet another step forward in DBV’s commitment to improve the life of patients suffering from food allergies. EoE is a debilitating and painful condition, and while we are still learning about its long-term impact, if left untreated, EoE may cause permanent damage to the esophagus.” Dr. Benhamou continued, “With the epicutaneous approach, it is potentially the first time that Specific Immunotherapy can be used to switch off the process of eosinophilic infiltration responsible of EoE. This new concept has the potential to transform the management of the patients suffering from EoE."

About SMILEE Study
SMILEE is a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized 3:1 trial designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Viaskin® Milk 500 μg for treating milk-induced EoE in children. Subjects with a documented medical history of EoE after ingestion of milk who currently adhere to a strict milk-free diet will be considered for participation in the trial. Approximately 20 subjects, 15 in the active treatment group and five in the placebo group, will be randomized and treated for nine months while remaining on a milk-free diet. The subjects will then continue their assigned treatment during a milk reintroduction period (1 week to 2 months), for a total of up to 11 months of treatment. The primary efficacy endpoint will evaluate the maximum esophageal eosinophil count in the active treatment group compared to placebo at the end of treatment. Secondary efficacy endpoints will include the change in symptoms score at the end of treatment compared to baseline and mean esophageal eosinophil count at the end of treatment.

About Eosinophilic Esophagitis
EoE is an allergic inflammatory disease characterized by the swelling of the esophagus. Typical symptoms include vomiting, abdominal pain, regurgitation, dysphagia, and in young children and infants, feeding difficulties and failure to thrive. Because the diverse and non-specific symptoms, EoE can be diagnosed only by esophageal biopsy. In addition to presenting symptoms, acute and chronic complications that may arise if EoE remains untreated include food impaction, esophageal stricture, narrow-caliber esophagus, and esophageal perforation. It is estimated that EoE impacts one in every 2,000 children. EoE is considered to be a chronic condition with no currently approved treatments. Cow’s Milk Allergy (CMA) is believed to be involved in a majority of cases of EoE in children, and therefore a cow’s milk-free diet is often able to reduce EoE symptoms.

About DBV Technologies 
DBV Technologies created the Viaskin® patch, a proprietary technology platform with broad potential applications in immunotherapy. Viaskin is based on epicutaneous immunotherapy, or EPIT®, DBV’s method of delivering biologically active compounds to the immune system through intact skin while avoiding compound transfer to the blood. With this new class of self-administered and non-invasive product candidates, the company is dedicated to safely transforming the care of food allergy patients, for which there are currently no approved treatments. DBV’s food allergy programs include ongoing clinical studies with Viaskin Peanut and Viaskin Milk, one experimental program with Viaskin Egg and a human proof concept clinical study in Eosinophilic Esophagitis. DBV is also exploring platform indications in vaccines, and selected immune diseases with unmet medical needs.
DBV Technologies has global headquarters in Paris, France and New York, NY, USA. Company shares are traded on segment B of Euronext Paris (Ticker: DBV, ISIN code: FR0010417345), part of the SBF120 index, and traded on the Nasdaq Global Select Market in the form of American Depositary Shares (each representing one-half of one ordinary share) (Ticker: DBVT). For more information on DBV Technologies, please visit our website:

Forward Looking Statements
This press release contains forward-looking statements, including statements about the potential safety and efficacy of Epicutaneous Immunotherapy (EPIT®) via Viaskin® Milk and DBV’s anticipated clinical development of Viaskin Milk and other product candidates. These forward-looking statements are not promises or guarantees and involve substantial risks and uncertainties. The Company’s product candidates have not been approved for sale in any jurisdiction.  Among the factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those described or projected herein are uncertainties associated generally with research and development, clinical trials and related regulatory reviews and approvals, the risk that historical preclinical results may not be predictive of future clinical trial results, and the risk that historical clinical trial results may not be predictive of future trial results.  A further list and description of these risks, uncertainties and other risks can be found in the Company’s regulatory filings with the French Autorité des Marchés Financiers, the Company’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings and reports, including in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2014 and future filings and reports by the Company.  Existing and prospective investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. DBV Technologies undertakes no obligation to update or revise the information contained in this Press Release, whether as a result of new information, future events or circumstances or otherwise.

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Dairy-Free Homemade Apple Pie

Re-post from 10-10-12

Here is the recipe Jeff's mom gave me for apple pie and it happens to be dairy-free!  I'm not a huge pie-maker (or eater) so I have yet to perfect how to make that top crust look pretty. However, it always ends up tasty so don't judge this book by it's cover.  ;)

Recipe is below.