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My daughter is gluten intolerant, and has been invited to a birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese's. She obviously cannot eat there and I will bring her food, but I was wondering if anyone has taken their Celiac child to this place? If so, did you think it was safe? I have this vision of little pizza covered hands smearing all over everything.

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We went in the past. It was fine. Bring along some baby wipes to wipe her hands down before she eats anything. ... You'd be wise to do that anyway!

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We go there about once a month, and never have a problem. I usually cook a gluten-free pizza, and freeze the slices. When we go there, I ask them to put it on some parchment paper, and run it through the oven. My daughter loves getting pizza warm and it always comes out crispy.

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We go there about once a month, and never have a problem. I usually cook a gluten-free pizza, and freeze the slices. When we go there, I ask them to put it on some parchment paper, and run it through the oven. My daughter loves getting pizza warm and it always comes out crispy.

What kind of pizza do you make? Do you have a good recipe?

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If you go on the Chucky cheese website, they list everyhting that contains gluten. From what they say, the french fries, buffalo wings, salad & dressings, and mozza sticks (i don't belive that for a second) are gluten-free.

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If you go on the Chucky cheese website, they list everyhting that contains gluten. From what they say, the french fries, buffalo wings, salad & dressings, and mozza sticks (i don't belive that for a second) are gluten-free.

No, no, and no!!!!!

Just because a restaurant lists items as gluten-free doesn't mean they are.

The kitchen has to be set up to prevent cross-contamination and the cooks should be trained accordingly. Remember, they probably use the same oil for the fries as they do their fried wheat products.

We bring our own gluten-free pizza and don't have to worry about the gluten.

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I honestly don't think it's safe. Obviously, there's nothing to eat there, but all that gluten. Everywhere. I'm so thankful my DD was diagnosed after the era of Chuck E Cheese b-day parties because we never had to worry about it.

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