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Anti-Hives Dessert Recipes with Natural Antihistamine Foods

Not all dessert dishes are off-limits on the anti-hives diet. The following dessert recipes incorporate antihistamine foods and other foods that are generally considered safe for people with hives (urticaria). Indulge in a gluten free carrot muffin without or a few quinoa pancakes topped with antihistamine apple sauce!

Gluten-Free Carrot Muffins

These scrumptious carrot muffins are gluten-free and therefore suitable for people who get hives when they eat foods that contain gluten. As an added bonus, the carrots used in this recipe provide antioxidants such as beta-carotene.
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Low-Fat Apple and Raspberry Crumble

This gluten-free and dairy-free recipe combined raspberries and apples, two excellent sources of the bioflavonoid quercetin. Research shows that quercetin can effectively protect against allergic reactions by inhibiting the release of histamine. Histamine is responsible for most allergic symptoms, including those asscoaited with chronic hives.
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Apple Slices with Cinnamon

This dessert is a cinch to make, and it contains only 95 calories! This recipe is also great for people with hives due to the high concentration of quercetin found in apples. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid that has been shown to be effective at providing protection against allergic reactions by preventing the release of histamine.
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Anti-Hives Buckwheat Pancakes with Bananas

Unlike most other pancake recipes, this one requires neither eggs nor dairy. All key ingredients in this dessert — buckwheat, bananas, and brown rice syrup — are considered hypoallergenic, which means that they are among the foods that are least likely to cause allergic reactions in humans. For maximum health benefits, use organic bananas.
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Quinoa Crepes with Applesauce

Quinoa is considered one of the least allergenic of all grains. Also applesauce is considered hypoallergenic. In addition, applesauce is rich in the antihistamine nutrient quercetin.
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Chocolate Free "Chocolate" Pudding

Even if your hives is linked to an allergy or intolerance to cocoa, you can still enjoy the irresistible texture and wonderful sweetness of "chocolate" pudding — as long as it's made with carob, like this one! Carob flour, made from the pots of the carob tree, boasts a sweet, slightly cocoa-like flavor but is considered hypoallergenic. Also the millet and dates featured in this pudding are unlikely to cause allergic reactions.
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Raspberry Banana Smoothie for Preventing Hives

This dairy-free, gluten-free smoothie is literally bursting with quercetin and vitamin C. Raspberries and ground flaxseed add anti-inflammatory, hives-fighting omega-3 fatty acids.
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Rice pudding with Pears and Cinnamon

Both rice and pears are considered low allergenicity foods, but the benefits of this delicious anti-hives dish go beyond that: pears are packed with vitamin C, a nutrient that is thought to reduce sensitivity to certain allergens.
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