Gluten Free Cloud Dough is saving my summer. At least for today. Continue reading
Just when you thought you had this whole Gluten Free thing down, WHAM! Here come the holidays, and with them, all the traditions you’ve done every year without fail. Like decorating a gingerbread house. Great. If you’re the gluten free person in your house, you have to stress about the crumbs getting everywhere. If your kid is gluten free, making a gingerbread house that he can’t eat will definitely get you kicked off Santa’s nice list.
This is the year to start some new traditions!! Here are some of the things we do at our place, and a few ideas I’ve found on Pinterest that look like a lot of fun. Gluten Free Christmas Fun!! Here are some gluten free alternatives to decorating a gingerbread house. Continue reading
You can’t buy Play Doh if you can’t eat gluten. It’s made with wheat. And worse, it’s sticky. It gets gluten all over the play surface, all over the children playing, all over everything they touch for hours after. It’s under their fingernails and stuck in cracks in the table. Total nightmare. Continue reading
At one time, gluten free bread was only edible toasted and then loaded down with things that might kill the taste. Continue reading
Over the next few weeks, kids in most of the northern hemisphere will be ending their summer breaks and heading back to school. For some, especially those with food restrictions, this means packing a lunch. The Know Gluten Kid’s Panel set out to determine which products are worth packing. This week they tested Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies. Continue reading