Top kid-friendly foods in my pantry

When my son and his wife need some time to themselves, they often drop the grandkids off to me for a pool day. That means I always need to have a well-stocked pantry with kid-friendly options. From breakfasts all the way to desserts, I need to be able to keep the kids satisfied while ensuring

Back to school with Rule Breaker brownies

I’m always intrigued by products that aren’t what they appear … products that are out of the norm and that break the “rules” especially when that means they are healthier than they appear. One example that I recently had the pleasure of trying is Rule Breaker brownies made with chickpeas as the first ingredient and […]

Strengthen your child with Baby Brain Organics

While my own kids are grown up, I do have grandkids ranging from teens to babies, so what a child needs (and wants) as far as food and nutrition is still at the forefront of my mind. This is why I’m happy to

Gluten-Free Easter Egg Nests

Gluten Free Easter Egg Nests Recipe

Easter desserts are some of the most adorable treats of the year! There are pages and pages of Pinterest ideas for Easter treats – some of which are elaborate, and others are simple. Allow me to

Summer Camp

Plan Ahead for Summer Camp

TIPS FOR YOUR CHILD TO HAVE A GREAT CAMP EXPERIENCE Summer camp. The words are enough to instill panic in parents of celiac kids. In fact, after our son Ryan was diagnosed with celiac 12 years ago, I remember thinking he’d probably never be able to attend summer camp. I fi gured it would be […]

Kids in Sports

Kids & Sports

Help your gluten-free child feel “part of the team” Recently I heard about a conversation two kids were having about my celiac son, Ryan, who happens to play ice hockey. It went something like this: Gavin: Ryan’s a really fast skater. Jack: You know he’s gluten-free, right? I’m still chuckling about the whole thing. It’s got […]