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Safe Cheerios?

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Hi ladies

You've all been such a help..i thought I would ask if anyone could rec a good tasting 'safe' brand of cheerios?

Thansk, kim

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Hi ladies

You've all been such a help..i thought I would ask if anyone could rec a good tasting 'safe' brand of cheerios?

Thansk, kim

Cheerio's is primary Oats, and therefor can not be safe, unless you just like the shape? I have seen gluten free ceral in that O shape on the shelf in my store, but do not recall the name....

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gluten-free O shaped cereal

My girls really like these, they say they are a little sweet too. They look enough like Cherrrios to fool small children, but once they are about 2 you have to say "but they won't make you sick, and they are round, and they taste yummy" and all of that is true. ;)

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There is also PerkyO's and one other brand that have the cheerios look. I have not tried them so I do not know what they taste like.

Hez

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I bought a box yesterday of something called ceros. Not sure what they taste like but they were cinnamon flavored and cheap!

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I'm also looking for some good tasting Cheerios. I tried the Amaranth O's for my 4-year old Celiac Olivia. They got a huge thumbs down from Olivia. I tasted them and I thoought they tasted like mold. Any suggestions???

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Thanks ladies..

If I try a good brand, I'll be sure to post

I've been buying some prepared foods lately for my 2yr old and he is sticking his nose up to everything..I'm getting a little anxious because his eating has gone down hill...I hope he warms up to this new diet soon!

At first I was giving him oatmeal..I thought I read a recent study deemed oats safe....crud :(

Kim

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Hello, I found a great gluten-free store in Michigan. They had cero's I cant remember the price but they were great tasting and 3 flavors Rasp,plain & cinnamon. They have on line site also celiac products.net hope that helps my kids loved them too!

Sally

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Glutino makes a Honey Nut O shaped cereal that is pretty good. My daughter likes the plain PerkyO's which are made from whole grain Sorghum and perhaps a little more like Cheerios. They also make an apple cinnamon and a frosted variety, but I've not had an opportunity to taste them.

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