Why I stopped eating eggs (and a collection of more than 70 gluten/dairy/egg free desserts)

Eggs! Eggs! E-double g-s, eggs! 

A staple in the Weston A. Price diet, eggs are a great super food. (Affiliate Link)

But, it seems, eggs and I don’t get along.

More than 70 Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free Desserts

I have been working hard on balancing my system but was having difficulty  pin pointing some triggers. It never really occurred to me eggs would be an issue as they didn’t show up on my first allergy panel.

Then I had a second round of testing done and eggs were categorized as a ‘1’. (with a 3 being the most pesky on the rating scale) I decided to drop all of what was on my allergy testing sheet, which included eggs.

Life then got busy and I didn’t think much about it when one morning I finished up some of my boy’s scrambled eggs. That afternoon, I had a return of some symptoms. It seemed out of the blue to me as I had been feeling very good as far as my Hashi’s  symptoms had been.

The next morning, I had two eggs myself. By that afternoon, I was miserable with GI issues and anxiety. (Here is where the light bulb turns on!) EGGS!!! ARGH! For real!

At that very moment, I was through with eggs. (Well, except when I had some mayo forgetting there were eggs in there…and I paid for it!)

Sigh…I’m a slow learner. I know how rough some foods can be for someone with an autoimmune condition but I blissfully ignored most of it.

When I was talking to my mom after I swore off of eggs, she reminded me that growing up, I wouldn’t touch eggs. I hated them, like gag worthy even. When did that change?

It really didn’t. Over time, as I matured, I realized that eggs were good for me and I should eat them. I learned to eat them, first by dosing them with ketchup…then salsa...and then just salt and pepper. I learned to be able to eat them.

But, maybe if I had been more in tune with healthy eating and my body as a young person, I may have heard my body saying, “Don’t eat those…they are not for you!”

More than 70 gluten/dairy/egg free desserts

Even during my first pregnancy, when I had horrible all-day-nine-month-sickness, I was consumed with guilt because I could not eat eggs. My poor child will not properly develop if I don’t eat  a boat load of eggs each day. (Not really, he is as smart as a whip!) But, I felt GUILTY because I couldn’t go near an egg. 

So, the point of all this? There is not a one sized fits all diet plan that works for everyone. Yes, eggs are a super food…but not if YOUR body reacts to them! Listen to what your body is saying. Pay attention to those symptoms and try to pin point why they are happening.

I am learning to be egg free…baked goods seem to be the hardest adjustment. Sigh. Being gluten free and mostly dairy free with that, also throws a monkey wrench into most dessert recipes.

Are you in the same boat? Gluten, dairy and egg free?? Well, I have some good news! Here is a collection of more than 70 gluten/dairy/egg free desserts just for you!

Who says eating allergen friendly is boring? Nope. Not when you’ve got recipes like this.

More than 70 Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free Desserts


Vanilla Bean Faux Cheesecake from Delicious Obsessions
Easy Homemade vegan and paleo fudgy brownies from The Real Food Guide
Pumpkin Pie Bars from It’s a Love/Love Thing
Fudgy Dark Chocolate Banana Walnut Brownies from Raia’s Recipes
AIP cookie from The Real Food Guide
Pecan Pie Bars from Happy Mothering
Almond Butter Coconut Cookies from Raia’s Recipes
Chocolate Birthday Cake from Raising Generation Nourished
Raw Chocolate Almond Brownies from How We Flourish
Chocolate Cookies from It’s a Love/Love Thing
Personal Pan Carrot Cake from Raia’s Recipes
Chocolate Mint Cookies from Good Girl Gone Green
Pumpkin Snickerdoodles from A Whole New Mom

Blueberry Crisp for This is so good
Mixed Fruit Cobbler from Delicious Obsessions
Coconut Cranberry Apple Crisp from Gutsy by Nature

Egg Free Pie Crust from Delicious Obsessions
Cherry Pie from Raising Generation Nourished
Chocolate Mousse Pie from Happy Mothering
Banana Strawberry Ice Cream Pie from Eat Play Love More
Apple Pie Bites from Delicious Obsessions
Easy Homemade vegan and paleo mini pumpkin pie from The Real Food Guide
Strawberry Apple Crumb Pie from Happy Mothering
Simple Apple Pie from The Real Food Guide

Ice Cream/Popsicles:
Strawberry Ice Cream from Generation Nourished
Strawberry Basil Popsicles from This is so Good
Double Lemon Bar Sorbet from Jar o Honey
Strawberry Lemonade Ice Cream from Recipes to Nourish
Pineapple, Lime Banana Popsicles from This is so Good
Coconut Mint-Chocolate Chip Blender Ice Cream from Raia’s Recipes
Chocolate Covered Coconut Ice Cream from Jar O Honey
Cherry Vanilla Sorbet from Raising Generation Nourished
Vegan Mint Ice Cream from How we Flourish
Homemade Fudgesicles from Recipes to Nourish
Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet from Gutsy by Nature
Chocolate Chunk Vegan Ice Cream from Economics of Kale

Avocado Chocolate Mousse from The Paleo Network
Pumpkin Chia Seed Pudding from This is so Good
Easy Sweet Potato Chocoolate Pudding from Delicious Obsessions
Chia Seed Pudding from Spirit Healers
Rice Porrage with Toasted Black Sesame Seeds from Little Owl Crunchy Momma
Easy Healthy Chocolate Mousse from Economics of Kale
Chocolate Orange and Fig Pudding from The Paleo Network

Strawberry and Cream Muffins from Raising Generation Nourished
Banana Bread Donuts from Raia’s Recipes
Blueberries Muffins from Raising Generation Nourished
Banana Muffins from It’s a Love/Love Thing
Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Filled  Chocolate Cupcakes from A Whole New Mom
Banana Bread from Raising Generation Nourished

Candies/Gummies/and Other Yummies: 
Strawberry Coconut Bites from This is so Good
Healthy Dark Truffles from Spirit Healers
Nut Butter Freezer Fudge from Delicious Obsessions
Paleo “Peanut Butter” Cups from Gutsy by Nature
Chocolate Covered Banana Bites from Recipes to Nourish
Almond Gelatin Dessert from The Real Food Guide
Cranberry Coconut Paleo Treats from Gutsy by Nature
Homemade Chocolate from How We Flourish
Banana Bonbons from Jar o Honey
Raw Vegan Chocolate Tarts from Good Girl Gone Green
Homemade Chocolate Caramels from Recipes to Nourish
Homemade Caramel Corn from Natural Fertility and Wellness
Chocolate Crunch Balls from Good Girl Gone Green
Decadent Chocolate Tart from Spirit Healers
No Bake Coconut Delights from A Whole New Mom
Coconut Chocolate “Candies” from Natural Family Today
“Almond Joy” Bars from A Whole New Mom
(Magic-less )Magic Hard Shell Topping from Little Owl Crunchy Momma
Banana Fritters from Economics of Kale
Pumpkin Fudge from It’s a Love/Love Thing
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bonbons from Little Owl Crunchy Momma
Ginger Honey Gummy Snacks from It’s a Love/Love Thing

This post is linked at The Prairie Homestead for the Homestead Barn Hop, Real Food Forager for Fat Tuesdays, Little Owl Crunchy Mama for Natural Family Friday, Raia’s recipes for Savoring Saturdays.

*For the record, my thoughts and advice are only my experiences or what others have allowed me to share. We don’t claim to diagnose, treat or cure.*


  1. says

    You have an awesome list of recipes here. I passed a few I know I have to visit and try! I am sorry to hear that eggs cause you problems. My mom has issues with eggs too. I love eggs and I hate to think that maybe someday I could no longer enjoy them.

  2. says

    I avoided eggs for years because they became known as fattening cholesterol balls. Then everyone came back around and said you need eggs for protein. For all of the studies and programs that are thrown at us every day, the best thing for anyone is what works best for you and what you will stick with as a permanent part of your lifestyle. If eggs don’t work, or if they do, the most important thing is to do what is best for your body!

  3. says

    I’m not allergic to eggs, but avocados are another story. Guacamole made me sick one time as a small child, throwing up and such. I never really even like the thought of them. Then when I was 14 and at a restaurant with friends who were all eating avocados I felt pressured to eat them. I paid for it with green projectile vomiting that shot out of my nose also. So flash forward 20 years, my kids made me doubt that I was really ‘allergic’ to them and how did I really know if I hadn’t tried them as a grown up? Well let me tell you, within minutes of eating a small piece of avocado on sushi me and my green puke were back in the bathroom together.
    Now am I allergic in the swell up and die category? I don’t really know, my body won’t let it hang around long enough to find out. So I take that as a yes. And never again with the avocados.

  4. says

    Great post! Until I did a Whole 30 I didn’t know dairy bothered me! It wasn’t until I reintroduced it that I realized I got sinusy and had a slight headache after consuming dairy. I haven’t completely given it up, but know at least when I choose to eat it I am aware there is a price to pay and avoid it much more than when I was clueless!

  5. says

    I totally feel your pain. I used to be highly allergic to eggs and gave them up for years. I just took another food allergy test and I am not allergic anymore. The body does heal and can overcome these things.

  6. apelila says

    I had a severe allergy to eggs ( and a bunch of other stuff) as a kid took allergy shots for years and was then told to reintroduce all those things as a teen ager. It took 2 decades for me to LOVE omelets and scrambles but when I did I really did. Now I have hashi’s and on a very strict paleo diet no improvement. So I removed eggs too. What I need are some breakfast meal replacements for those beloved scrambles and omelets! But thanks for posting the “treat” recipes, I don’t do treats but about 4 times a year, maybe I can find something me and my non paleo co workers will both like for potlucks.

  7. says

    Thank you for this fantastic list. We’ve recently had to put our son on an elimination diet taking him off of eggs, dairy and wheat along with a few other things. Anyway, this list is going to be a lifesaver for me. Honestly some of these things are so healthy I would use them for breakfast and snacks. I’m so glad I came across your website.

    • says

      It is so hard when they are little. And you are right, a lot of these recipes are nutrient dense and make great breakfasts or snacks. You’re a good mama. Glad you stopped by. :)


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