BOOK: Allergy Free Afternoon Tea: Hacks to End Dinnertime Battles


Afternoons can be a tricky time with children at your feet and a meal to get on the table. However, are we after trouble if afternoon snack time is an after-thought?

We focus on your afternoon meal schedule and allergy friendly snack options that prevent the “hangries”. The result is about making more time for your happy family mealtimes.

This is a collaborative work by Simone Emery (from Play with Food) and Ruth Meaney.

Simone works with a range of fussy eaters and knows the importance of re-framing how we see our afternoon meal opportunities. Ruth has two children with allergies and has developed some amazing recipes and insights about allergies for families to help build their confidence around feeding their families.

The combination of their experiences flows into an easy-to-read book. A book studded with parent hacks to make feeding kids easier.



Ruth Meaney and Simone Emery joined mummy-forces to bring you a allergy recipe book all about surviving the afternoons with kids in order to wind up at a happy dinner time. Based on Simone’s children feeding specialty and Ruth’s experiences as an allergy-mum, this book is for the allergy families and those that are connected to allergy families. Did you know that 1 in 10 children in Australia has a food allergy? We all need to be #allergyaware and knowing how to make allergy friendly food is so important.

Allergy free recipes, feeding theory (put into relatable and practical bursts) and multiple parent hacks combine to make this a non-stop “aha moment” book from cover to cover. It is 32 pages and includes 10 allergy friendly recipes and so much inspiration.

Purchasing this book in hard copy also INCLUDES postage within Australia AND an immediate electronic book download.

Purchasing this book in electronic copy gives you immediate access to electronic download of the book.

Additional information


Hard Copy (within Australia), Electronic Copy (International)

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