The Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids, Paperback Book

The Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids Paperback

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Having to follow a gluten-free diet can be a daunting prospect for children and young adults - they feel isolated at a time when their friends are enjoying everything from bread, pizza and pasta, to crisps, cakes and biscuits.

Yet with supermarkets now stocking many gluten-free ingredients, you can make versatile, healthy and enticing gluten-free meals that will appeal to all the family.

Based on recipes created for the author's own daughter, The Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids includes: Over 100 recipes from crispy chicken nuggets and quick pizza to birthday cupcakes and peanut butter cookies; Top Ten kids' favourite dishes; A list of store cupboard essentials; Creative ideas for special treats, healthy snacks and lunchboxes; Top tips for eating out, travelling and school trips.

The Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids will solve many of your mealtime dilemmas and help your child to learn what they can and can't eat.

An essential guide for any gluten-free family.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Child care & upbringing
  • ISBN: 9780091923891

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I don't have kids, and it's been a hell of a long time since I was a kid, but I do drool over a LOT of cookbooks, and this one looks fantastic.I particularly liked the opening chapters in this book as they give parents guidance on how to do a conversion to gluten-free, and what seemed vitally important, how to teach your child to handle the transition (god knows it's hard enough when you're an adult... particularly with the "charming" comments that fly around about fads, and oh yes another one of you fussy types). The coping strategies provided in this book were simple, made sense and gave me some hints at my ripe old age and after many years of wrestling with this problem.The recipe part of the book had some great "favourites" - fish fingers, pizza, polenta chips, cakes, salads, and healthy stuff suitably disguised. There's even a Pad Thai recipe.Really this seems like it would be a very handy book for anybody struggling with a child with gluten intolerance of any kind. I'm planning on recommending this book to somebody I know who is dealing with exactly this problem with their grand-daughter at the moment. I think it might help.

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