Top Ten Healthy, Gluten Free Lunches for Kids

gluten free lunches

Packing healthy lunches that your kids eat can become a difficult task and dreaded one at times.  Combine that with the necessity of a gluten free diet, and you may find yourself running out of steam when it comes to the routine of getting lunches ready to go.  Not to worry though, I have many ideas for you below!

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15 Gluten Free Gift Ideas

What to buy someone with celiac disease

Are you stuck on gift ideas for your loved one with celiac disease? Don’t worry, I have you covered with lots of suggestions that they will love!

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The Best Gluten Free Banana Bread

Gluten free baked goods

I’ve tried a lot of banana bread recipes in my day.  Some were mediocre at best, some were ‘meh’, and, some weren’t edible at all.  But, now.  Now, I found the one.  Moist, chocolatey and delectably delicious.  You wouldn’t know it’s gluten free.

It’s going to join the elite rotation of gluten free baked goods in my house, for sure.  Not too many recipes get this privilege.… [read more]

How to Cook For Loved Ones With Celiac Disease

 

Preventing cross contamination in the kitchen

I remember the day as if it were yesterday.  Gut wrenching, butterflies in my stomach, twisty knots….I was a nervous wreck.  You would have never known that was how I was feeling though.  On the outside, I seemed like my always, happy self.

It was a big day for me, though.  It was the day where someone else (besides my partner) attempted to cook gluten free for me.

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Carrot and Squash Soup

Soothing soup for digestive distress

I love the fall because it means soup season has arrived.  If I had it my way at home, we would be eating a lot of delicious, homemade soup dunked with gluten free bread!  But, alas, this is not what my husband prefers every single night.

This soup is super easy to make, can be frozen for quick heat and eat meals throughout the week, or makes a good addition for weekday lunches.

For a balanced meal, you could top this with crispy tofu or some nuts.  Dinner done! Easy, peasy.

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Real Life Advice from a Dietitian Living with Celiac Disease