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Alicia will walk you through creating the easiest on-pan cake ever! This cake*, made with fresh berries is perfect for a spring gathering or Easter party and requires very little effort - no mixer! With the leftover berries, she will help you craft an everyday fresh smoothie.
Learn about the basics of baking, from a pro, how to choose migraine-friendly ingredients, best ways to slice fruit (especially during a migraine episode) and how to freeze for another day.
*This cake can be made gluten free with 1:1 gluten free flour or all purpose flour.
A complete ingredient list will be sent to all those registered, prior to the event.
Miles for Migraine strongly believes that self-care must be part of every treatment plan and that means including a bit of fun! This new Social Events Series is intended to do just that!
Join renowned chef, Alicia Wolf, The Dizzy Cook, for an afternoon of spring cooking creations.
Alicia Wolf is the Owner of The Dizzy Cook, a diet and lifestyle website for anyone with migraine, an Ambassador for the Vestibular Disorder Association, and a patient advisor for Miles for Migraine. She also contributes articles on Migraine Again and Healthline. After struggling with chronic vestibular migraine, she realized there were not many upbeat resources for people following a migraine diet or patient information on VM so she created thedizzycook.com. Her mission is to pass on critical information so patients do not have to see 7 different doctors to be diagnosed and treated. Alicia's cookbook The Dizzy Cook: Managing Migraine with More Than 90 Comforting Recipes and Lifestyle Tips is available almost everywhere books are sold. Alicia is currently working on a second book in partnership with Dr. Shin Beh that will be filled with delicious recipes and tips to support optimal brain health. The book is set to be published October 2022. You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.