Traditional favorites can become surprise enemies if you or your kids struggle with common food intolerances. Some families battle multiple food concerns, including gluten, dairy, nuts, egg, and soy; indeed, these five ingredients (plus fish and shellfish) account for 90 percent of food allergy reactions in children. Fortunately, it’s increasingly easy to shop for and cook allergen-free foods. Ask your store clerk to show you the store’s labels for allergen-free foods as well as dedicated gluten- and dairy-free sections. And then get cooking! Here’s how to make easy, tempting dishes with your kids without the five most problematic ingredients—you and your children will never notice what’s missing.