Gluten-Free Kids 39 results
  • Chocolate Chip Cupcakes (Or Zombie Eyeball Cupcakes)

    Cupcakes are a regular occurrence at our house.  Between birthday parties and school parties, it seems I'm making them every couple of weeks. It's okay though, because I’ve found a few ways to make sure my kids are eating healthier cupcakes. It’s pretty easy to healthify a recipe! Here’s how I did it: I used quinoa flour to add some protein (we make our cupcakes nut-free for the sake of other kids). I limited the amount of starch. I used coconut oil and full-fat coconut ...
  • Gluten-Free and Vegan Zucchini Pancakes

      I don’t know about you, but everywhere I turn I am finding garden-fresh zucchinis! So what’s a girl to do? Put zucchini in everything! I’m considering grating and freezing a bunch for future recipes: muffins, soups, and now pancakes! Can you imagine how easy it would be to break off a chunk of frozen grated zucchini and throw it in a recipe? My kids love pancakes. They would happily eat them every morning for breakfast. My almost five-year old (gulp) is starting ...
  • Dairy-Free Strawberry Ice Cream

    One of my favorite brands of ice cream used to be Häagen Dazs.  Strawberry ice cream?  Yes please! But we’ve been living dairy-free for over a year now and I have to tell you, ice cream tastes even better without the dairy! Maybe it’s because I know it won’t give us a tummy ache.  Or maybe it’s because homemade ice cream can’t be beat! And don’t worry, homemade ice cream is much easier than you think. So move on over Häagen Dazs. Dairy-Free Strawberry Ice ...
  • Gluten-Free & Vegan Pancakes

      I am excited to share with you (once again) my friend Kim from the website Your Green Baby. Today Kim is sharing three amazing things with us: 1.  How to make healthy and whole foods more fun for kids. 2.  Her vegan and gluten-free pancake recipe (it's become a hit at our house!) 3.  Her recent book Raising Happy Healthy Babies.  It's an amazing resource for Mommas-to-be and Mommas! Make sure you follow Kim on Twitter where you'll find her tweeting great nutrition tips ...
  • Easy Gluten-Free Living: The Preschooler Version (and Vanilla Cupcakes)

    Living with gluten-free preschoolers is a lot easier than you might think. Callum, our almost five-year-old, has been living gluten-free and dairy-free for a year and a half. His two-year-old sister has never had gluten. Callum’s diagnosis was probably the hardest part. I knew how to live with a gluten-free husband, but I wasn’t sure where to begin with gluten-free kids. The first decision we made was a tough one. We decided to become a gluten-free family. No gluten in our house, ...
  • Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies (With A Twist)

    One cannot have enough cookie recipes. Sometimes I’m in the mood for double chocolate chip cookies and sometimes I’m in the mood for peanut butter cookies. This time though, I had a hankering for classic chocolate chip cookies. We’ve redefined the word classic in our house. We take classic and twist it four times. Once to make it gluten-free, a second time to make it dairy-free, a third time to make it egg-free, and a fourth time to make it a little bit healthier. I jumped ...
  • Chocolate Cereal Bars

    Craving chocolate, but it’s breakfast time? I’ve got just the thing for you. Personally, I like my chocolate to be dark. The darker the better. I think it’s because of the little chocolate buzz I get. Oh, and it helps to know that dark chocolate is a brain food! These chocolate cereal bars are an easy, nutritious, and incredibly satisfying nut-free snack for your little ones who are headed to school. But they’re also great for you when you need a chocolate fix but want ...
  • Gluten-Free Salt Dough Ornaments

    Working with salt dough is so much fun for kids, and it’s a great way to get them using the rolling pin and cookie cutters.  It gives them confidence and builds their kitchen skills!  It definitely takes the play-dough experience to the next level. I made these last year with the kids, but we used spelt flour because Callum and I were still eating gluten at the time.  We used the ornaments to decorate our own tree, but we also used them to give to our friends and family as gifts or ...
  • Gluten-Free Gingerbread House

    Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Egg-Free Gingerbread House And it tastes (and looks) darn good!  If I do say so myself. It was definitely a big project, but Callum and I had a lot of fun creating our first ever gingerbread house! I used my recipe for gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free gingerbread cookies and it worked perfectly. The hardest part was finding a dairy-free frosting recipe to glue it all together. I asked my friend Heidi from Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom and she sent ...
  • Gluten-Free & Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles

      I have to share my kid-friendly truffles with you. These are so easy to make, and your kiddos can help you out. I found this recipe via a friend of mine. She sent it to me with a note asking me to please make them She Let Them Eat Cake-friendly. Oh my goodness, they are good. And they would make the perfect hostess gift. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles   Gluten-Free and Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles 1 1/4 cup sorghum flour ¾ cup almond flour 1 ...