Mum, Can I Eat This? is a great everyday cookbook for families dealing with their children’s food intolerances. It has tasty recipes and useful tips. This book will also be a great help over Christmas and at other special events, and for when parents are starting out and dont know what their child can eat. Usually, those who suffer from intolerances would have to eat blander foods or miss out all together. Not any more. When you are forced to watch your child go through the pain and suffering that comes with allergies and intolerances, it rips your heart out. To ease that pain and suffering in her family, and to add a little normality and joy, Casey took to the stove. After all, it’s hard enough being a kid these days without missing out on the things you love and being distinguished as ‘different’. After much trial and error, Casey has created a degree of normality in her children’s lives, and it tastes amazing! She has published this collection of recipes to share with everyone suffering from fructose, gluten, sucrose (sugar) and lactose intolerances or allergies, but most of all for the kids. Several years ago, her daughter Keira and, later, her sister Madison were diagnosed with allergies or intolerances. There was a lack of credible information and certainly a lack of cookbooks that catered for children. Most of the recipes she did find, her daughter would never eat, and as for fun food that you would find at a party – so that she could feel like everyone else – these recipes were even scarcer, and usually had that not-quite-right, earthy taste. Keira wanted things to taste like the food she’d had before she was diagnosed.This cookbook is a way to help other parents, carers and friends. A way to make everything just that bit easier for the children.