The Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids cookbook offers more than 85 kid-friendly gluten-free recipes that are nutritious, delicious, and sure to please growing children with and without gluten intolerance. If your child has been diagnosed with celiac disease, you know the importance of avoiding foods that contain wheat, rye, or barley gluten. You also know the struggle. Most kids are finicky eaters, and it takes thoughtful planning to keep out the bad stuff while still ensuring your child gets necessary nutrients. The Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids cookbook does the planning for you.
The spiral-bound cookbook includes an introductory section filled with helpful tips and educational information to help parents understand celiac disease, including a description of the dairy-free and gluten-free (GFCF) diet, and recipes to fit. The wheat-free, gluten-free cookbook has six sections and a full-color photograph with most recipes. Many recipes are simple enough for kids to make. Here is a closer look at the six sections:
Breakfast: Gluten-free Waffles, Chocolate Chip Scones, and Fruit Kabobs with Raspberry Yogurt Dip
Kids' Lunch: Hip Hip Hash, Chili Con Corny, Meat Loaf Cupcakes, and Sandwich Bread
Family Dinners: Tuna Noodle Bake, Orange Chicken Stir-Fry Over Quinoa, Salmon in the Wild, and Tropical Chicken Wings
Party Fare: Valentine Almond Cookies, Choco-Berry Cake, Fluffy White Frosting, and Holiday Cut-Out Cookies
Smart Snacking: Carrot-Spice Snack Cake, Banana and Chocolate Chip Pops, Mini Beef Tostados, and GF Graham Crackers
Sweets and Treats: Perfect Peanut Butter Pudding, Popcorn Truffles, One-Bite Pineapple Chews, and Banana Freezer Pops