What foods should my child with an egg allergy avoid?

The following is a list of some egg-containing foods that should be avoided if your child has an egg allergy:

Bread, cereal, rice, pasta:
  • Batter-fried foods
  • Commercial breads, rolls with egg products added
  • Crackers and chips with egg protein added
  • Crusts glazed with eggs
  • Doughnuts
  • Egg noodles
  • French toast
  • Fritters
  • Macaroni salad
  • Muffins made with egg
  • Rice prepared with egg protein
  • Zwieback soda crackers/pretzels
  • Caesar salad (or other salads prepared with mayonnaise)
  • Duchess potatoes
  • Potato pancakes
  • Potato salad
  • Scalloped corn
  • Sweet potato puffs
Fruit and fruit juices:
  • All baby fruits prepared with egg protein
  • Canned or frozen fruit with egg protein
Milk and dairy products:
  • Dairy products with egg protein
  • Eggnog, Ovaltine
Meat, poultry and fish:
  • Baby food meats prepared with egg protein
  • Batter-fried meats
  • Meatballs, meat loaf, croquettes
  • Some sausage
  • Chicken noodle soup
  • Baby food with pasta
  • Ranch dressing
  • Mayonnaise

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