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  1. Does anyone know if ACT Kids Flouride rinse is gluten free? Thank you!
  2. Does ryegrass contain gluten? My daughter's Pre-K class is doing a planting activity with ryegrass today. My first reaction was that it would contain gluten just due to the name, but then I read wikipedia says it is a genus of tufted grasses, not to be confused with rye which is a grain. Then I remembered that buckwheat flour is gluten free, so now I'm thinking that the name ryegrass doesn't necessarily imply gluten. Does anyone know? Thank you!!
  3. We really like Mi-Del gluten free arrowroot (animal) cookies...they're like animal crackers. We also like Envirokidz crispy bars in chocolate and berry blast (not berry/fruity burst). We order them from the river A M A Z O N via Subscribe & Save, free shipping and a discounted price.
  4. Super Bowl....

    My sister is having her annual party and I am bringing pepperoni pizza dip with tortilla chips for dipping,'s jalapeno popper dip (i haven't tried that yet, but sounds good!), rice chex treats, and chocolate rice chex treats.
  5. This might be bad to say on a celiac forum, but I don't like the taste of tapioca...that is the bad taste in gluten-free foods for me. If I use it in baking, I use it minimally and try to replae it with corn starch.
  6. I second the tacos. We did a taco bar on New Year's Day and it was a HIT!! Taco meat in a crockpot to keep warm. Toast the shells at home ahead of time and bring the fixings...cheese, sour cream, lettuce, taco sauce, etc.
  7. This is always a hit... Pepperoni Pizza Dip (but can omit pepperoni and do plain or green peppers, etc for vegetarian) 8 oz cream cheese, softened Italian seasoning Garlic powder 8 oz tomato/pasta sauce 8 oz shredded mozzarella/Italian cheese 1/2 cup parmesan cheese Pepperoni slices cuts into small pieces (enough to cover dish) Mix cream cheese, Italian seasoning, garlic powder (to taste) and spread in the bottom of a dish (I use a Pampered Chef mini baker which holds about 4 cups I think). Cover with tomato/pasta sauce. Combine shredded cheese and parmesan cheese and layer it on top of the sauce. Add the pepperonie pieces on top and sprinkle with a little garlic powder (I like garlic! You can omit, just do whatever you like with the spices). Bake 15-20 minutes or until the pepperoni is cooked and cheese is bubbly. I sometimes also double the recipe which works well in a pie plate, just bake longer. Serve with tortilla chips. Pre gluten free I used to serve with baguette slices but then switched to tortilla chips when DD was diagnosed...funny thing is, everyone likes it with tortilla chips better! Enjoy!
  8. I came across this tonight in preparation for taking my DD to see The Princess and the Frog:
  9. Maybe you could parbake it so it would hold it's shape and just require popping in the oven, but would still have that fresh baked taste?
  10. Our Target just converted to include a large grocery section and they now sell Namaste products, as well as Pamela's, Bob's, plus other gluten-free snack foods.
  11. Sugar Cookies

    I use Land O Lakes' recipes and sub Domato or Better Batter for the flour. Just be sure not to roll the soft ones too thin or they will be crispy. for crispy sugar cookies: for soft sugar cookies: Enjoy!
  12. I second the Kinnikinnick S'moreables. We've also tried Josef's cinnamon, chocolate, and vanilla graham crackers...they were square, very hard, more like a shortbread cookie. Kinnikinnick is more crumbly like a graham cracker and better flavor. Enjoy!
  13. We absolutely love Pamela's for pancakes...but it's because DH adds vanilla extract to the batter every time. We recently visited family out of state and they bought the mix for DD but made the pancakes for everyone...they were really bland and tasteless. DH, myself, and my FIL all commented to my BIL separately "they're really good with vanilla" so when I said it to him, he was like, "I know, that's what everyone else told me!" FIL has had them numberous times when DH made them and loved them...not so much when BIL made them without the vanilla. Might be worth a second try for you.
  14. Wegman's syrup is gluten free. I believe Acme and Safeway/Genuardi's brands are as well, but we buy Wegman's since it is labeled gluten free (and it's inexpensive).
  15. I'd recommend that you take a thermos for both of you. You can pretty much eat whatever hot meal you want. Pasta dishes with or without meat mixed in, chili, soup; chicken nuggets wrapped in foil in the thermos. Take a long a gluten-free roll, cornbread, salad or something. Or an extra thermos of veggies or mashed potatoes or something for both of you to share. I keep 8 oz containers (DD4 is a small eater) of gluten-free meals in the freezer for DD to send into preschool in a thermos, or to take with us to a restaurant or family party when I can't get something for her out. Microwave water until hot and put in the thermos to heat it up for 10-15 minutes, then dump out the water and put in the hot food.