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Crock Pot Beef and Bean Casserole Recipe {Five Ingredients or Less}

It has been awhile since I shared a new recipe with you and I have missed it. The holidays were great, but I am ready to get back to a more normal routine and schedule. The first recipe of the new year that I am sharing is a very easy recipe that uses basic ingredients. I love recipes like that! It is a great way […]

Ask Them What They Miss

Today is the last day of 10 Days of Gluten Free. I have really enjoyed the 10 Days of Gluten Free Series and I hope you have also. My final tip for this series is another simple one. It is to ask your child what they miss. I have found that with both gluten free and other food issues, what I miss is often not […]

Teach Your Kids To Ask Questions

Today’s tip for 10 Days Gluten Free is an easy one. It is simply to teach your kids to ask questions. Now I know kids usually love to ask questions. Sometimes they even drive parents a bit crazy with so many odd questions, but for gluten free eating it is important to teach them to ask the right questions. Just like it is important to read […]

Teaching Your Kids How To Cook

Today’s Subject for 10 Days of Gluten Free is teaching your kids how to cook. I love this subject and think it is so important that I even wrote an ebook about it. When you are dealing with gluten free eating, or really any food allergy or issue, you realize how important the skill of cooking is. Most gluten free people cook the majority of […]

Teach Your Kids To Read Lables

One of the most important things we all do when it comes to food issues and eating gluten free is reading labels. We do it everyday. We do it every time we go shopping. When you eat gluten free you have to read labels basically every time you put something in your mouth. It is a fact of life when you are gluten free or […]

Help Your Kids Understand That It Is Okay To Be Different

I think we can all admit that it is difficult to be different. No one wants to be the person that everyone looks to as being odd or unusual, especially a child. I know there are much worst things than eating gluten free, but to a child that is continually faced with challenges and questions about they way they eat, it can often times be […]

Gluten Free and Preschool

Today for 10 Days of Gluten Free, we have a guest post from my sister Flora, who has several family members that are gluten free. I hope you find her tips for preschoolers and gluten free helpful.  Sending your small child to preschool can be stressful. Will they share the toys, will they miss home and cry the whole day, will they behave? And if […]

Kids, Gluten Free, and Birthdays

Today for Day 2 of 10 Days of Gluten Free we are talking kids and birthdays. Birthdays often bring up challenges when dealing with gluten free and other food issues. Whether is it your child’s birthday, or a party at a family member or friend’s house, birthdays can be challenging. If your child is gluten free and it is their birthday, I think it is […]

Ten Days of Gluten Free {May 7-11 and May 14-18}

Over the next two weeks I am working with a great group of bloggers on a 10 Days of Gluten Free series. Over the course of two weeks we will each be covering a wide range of subjects from travel, resources, baking, getting started, and more. I will be covering kids and gluten free. I am really looking forward to this series and all the information […]

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