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Kozy Shack Pudding
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I really did not think that rice pudding would be too good. :rolleyes: However I would like to say that Kozy Shack rice pudding has some yummy stuff!! I bought some yesterday, one plain vanilla and one box of single serving with strawberries in the bottom of the cups.

It was SOOOO good!! And it says gluten free right on the tub, you have to LOVE that!! Also I love that I can get it in the regular grocery store and not have to spend a million dollars! ha

-Jessica :D

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I'm not sure of the price difference, but Trader Joe's has both rice and tapioca pudding (both tasty) as well. (And, of course, gluten-free. Quite frankly, I'd think oddly of rice pudding that was NOT gluten-free, given that it's RICE pudding. ;-) )

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I looooooooooove Kozy Shack rice puddings! They're great snacks, or quick breakfasts. I buy the big box at Costco but last time I went they didn't carry them anymore :( so I'm hoping they'll bring them back soon. I loooooove the stuff :)

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Are the Kozy Shack chocolate pudding snacks also gluten free?

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Yes, the chocolate pudding is also gluten-free. I belive it's even labeled that way on the back of the package. Enjoy!

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I haven't even begun to try the other flavors, I am stuck on the Europen Rice Pudding!! I think I need a 12 step program , because I'm addicted to this pudding!! :wub:

-Jessica

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Thanks for the intel! I'll have to look for it. I really miss the sweet stuff. :rolleyes:

Lily

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I just discovered this message board--yay! DH and son have had a positive blood test for celiac and we started gluten-free diet several weeks ago. Haven't had a biopsy, but now I'm debating whether it is necessary because they both seem to be responding positively to the diet. I'm looking into the stool testing as an alternative, but have some reservations since it is being sold by the researchers...

Neither DH or son had really bad symptoms though (fortunately) but that makes it hard to know whether I'm still feeding them gluten inadvertently.

I've been buying the Great Value (Walmart) brand of rice pudding, which seems OK based on the label and it is very tasty. Anyone know if it has anything in it? Also, have purchased some Jell-o Fat Free Rice pudding. This contains some artificial colors, so I'm not as confident about it. Anyone know if it contains gluten?

Thanks.

Becky

(mom of Ethan, age 3 with Down syndrome, Hirshprung's, Celiac disease,

mom-to-be of Emily in April,

and wife to Steven with Celiac newly diagnosed)

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Hi All

Our household likes Kozy Shack too. We can't get the regular vanilla flavor here in our side of NJ. What about the boxed mixes? Are they corn starch based? (My-T-Fine, Jello or Royal).

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