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gluten-free Toddler Had Gluten By Accident Help

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 08:06 AM

You need to stop baking with the gluten containing flours. The dust gets everywhere. Kids touch everything and put their fingers in their mouths or eat something without washing their hands. i'm sorry for your loss of baking as you know it. Good luck!!! Its long learning process that your child inevitably will have to suffer through. I've made so many mistakes that leave me crying to have hurt my child.
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Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:14 AM

Making gluten-free cakes is easy. You can get Betty Crocker gluten-free cake mixes at some grocery stores. The yellow cake mix was little gritty to me so I used to add a banana to it. It does have potato starch in it so it you are avoiding nightshades they don't work.

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