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Doodles Cookies Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

Over the weekend my wife made a batch of Doodles Cookies Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix.  This gluten free cookie mix is very easy to prepare, and the gluten free cookies were ready in about 45 minutes, from start to finish.  We ended up with around two dozen very tasty chocolate chip cookies.  On top of their great taste, Doodles Cookies are all-natural and organic, and contain whole grain oat and brown rice flours as their base ingredients. 

Doodles Cookies Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie MixMy entire family, including my two kids, really liked these cookies and would recommend them to anyone on a gluten-free diet...or not!

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My 13 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with celiac disease through blood work, endoscopy and biopsy. We recently went for a bone density test and we were informed she also has osteopenia. Any advice would be appreciated.

This is stupid. The nuns at Clyde, Missouri make gluten safe hosts. 17 ppm. Well under the 20 ppm threshold. I consume them safely here in Omaha every week.

When I was diagnosed, I told both kids they will have to be tested. They don't know it will be happening sooner rather than later.

Tell him asap to expect to get blood drawn next week or whenever the appt. is. My boys never like surprise medical exams!