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Dr oteker easy swirl cupcake icing

(5 Posts)
shelsco Tue 29-Jan-13 21:50:18

Dr Oetker do label allergens on some of their products so, if there is no allergy advice I would think it is because there aren't any of the common allergens.

chloejaynemummy Thu 24-Jan-13 21:18:08

I couldn't see anything in the ingredients that was milk or contained milk so think she will be ok xxx

trixymalixy Thu 24-Jan-13 13:31:00

Just had a look on the Tesco website and it seems to be free from milk. If you're not sure then I can recommend the Betty Crocker chocolate icing, which my milk allergic DS is fine with.

chloejaynemummy Thu 24-Jan-13 12:20:30

it does say allergen free does that mean there is nothing in it Google is not helping xxx

chloejaynemummy Thu 24-Jan-13 12:06:23

Hello lady's I know I'm posting a lot and rambling off but ur advice is brilliant and really helping me with my los allergy I got her some fairy cakes from Tesco which are milk free sand we brought the Dr oteker icing in the can says nothing on there about milk and checked ingredients and seems fine has anyone else used this before!? she had a bit on her birthday yesterday and has seemed fine, I think I worry to much and double check everything she Satanist it's new! her birthday party is sat and we planning we use the ice ing on the rest of the fairy cakes, so hoping she can enjoy them with her cousins! Xxx

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