Chocolate Tofu Filling

Chocolate Tofu Filling

You are going to love this delicious dessert! It’s a simple, fast, and rewarding dessert to present to the table. It really brings the smiles. Kids love it and so does my chocolate-lover husband. (1 filling for a pie or 8 little ramekins) INGREDIENTS 16 oz (2 packs) firm silken tofu ½ c cocoa dark […]

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Gluten Free Chicken Curry

Gluten Free Chicken Curry

Chicken curry is one of my favorite Thai dishes. I was determined to come up with a gluten-free version, and it is quite a success!   INGREDIENTS 4 teaspoons curry powder 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon corriander 2 minced garlic cloves 1 large onion diced 1 chicken breast diced 1 pack rice noodles Gluten-free soy […]

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Gluten-Free Pizza for Your Celiac Child

Gluten-Free Pizza for Your Celiac Child

     One of the essentials every parent needs to know is how to provide your celiac child with delicious gluten-free pizza.      There are many ways to enjoy gluten-free pizza. You can buy it pre-made, make it from scratch at home, or order it in a restaurant. You can find recipes for pizza dough and […]

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Dining Out with Your Celiac Child

Dining Out with Your Celiac Child

First of all, before you start taking your celiac child to restaurants for gluten-free eating, it’s important that you and your child are already familiar with the gluten-free diet, what your child can eat, what he must avoid, and how to protect him from cross-contamination. This way, you’ll know what to order from the menu […]

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Flying with Your Celiac Child

Flying with Your Celiac Child

First of all, how you’ll manage your trip depends on your travel arrangements—will you be flying or driving? Nowadays, airlines allow its travelers to bring food onto airplanes with them. Each airline has its own set of guidelines which you can usually find online or ask a customer service representative about over the phone. For […]

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Keeping Your Celiac Child Safe at School

Keeping Your Celiac Child Safe at School

     First of all, you’ll need allies, and who better than your child’s teachers? This means all of his teachers, including his physical education instructor or his home room teacher, with whom some children only meet with periodically. I highly recommend meeting with each teacher individually. Writing a note or e-mail is usually insufficient to […]

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Incredibly Story – A Mother’s Journey in Raising Celiac Triplets

Incredibly Story – A Mother’s Journey in Raising Celiac Triplets

In addition to sharing the story of the Fowler family and their journey through all things gluten-free and celiac, I’d like to also announce that all 4 children including Tyler (7 yrs), Parker, Isabell and Peyton (4 yr old triplets), pictured above in their Halloween costumes, were the winners of the October Danny the Dragon contest […]

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