Children

  • Children in foster care!

    This has nothing to do with Gluten Free  but it struck a chord with us when we read the article! In the spring of 2014 while Dave Linton was attending an introduction to fostering course, he was shown a video interview with a young girl in a wheelchair who made the following statement: “Health Trusts don’t ...

  • Enjoy a Gluten Free Easter

    We’ve rounded up a few Easter lists of Gluten Free goodies for you to enjoy, so you won’t feel left out when everyone is lying on the sofa complaining of eating too much chocolate 😀 If you spot any other gluten free Easter treats, add them to the comments at the bottom, especially if you’re in ...

  • Hallowe’en is Coming!

    Halloween is approaching and when you have a gluten free child it’s time to start thinking about class parties and trick-or-treating.  Here are some steps you can take to ensure your child has a happy experience. In School • Contact teacher – See who’s planning the classroom party and talk to them. Offer gluten free treat suggestions. • ...

  • Yummy Ginger Cookies

    These delicious cookies are easy to make and great fun for kids. They’re easily mixed by hand and can be eaten with or without decorating. The ginger in them also makes them great for pregnant mums as it often quells queasiness.

  • Back to School Snacks and Lunchboxes

    Snacks and little lunch boxes can be hard to fill with gluten free goodies but here are a few ideas for snacks along with some off the shelf products (always check the label for the latest info): Gluten-free peanut butter and raisins on celery sticks e.g. Duerr’s, Kelkin, Eskal, Meridian, Panda, Raw veggies with a gluten-free dip or ...