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My Daughters Birthday Party

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We had a birthday party for our daughters last Saturday, they are 7 years old.

we invited 35 guests, only family, and no one has celiac, except for me, but I decided to prepare only glutenfree food, so I could also eat and enjoy.

it was dinner, which included few salds, muffins with cheese and olives, vegetables casserole and for dessert cakes.

everyone ate and enjoyed the food, no one asked me any question, except for my cousin that asked me if the muffins are glutenfree, she couldn't believe that :o .....

what I'm trying to say is that glutenfree food can be tasty like regular food, and even more.

my hubby likes to taste new things, and he tastes everything I make, on the other hand my daughters don't want to try, but they are kids.

I had celiac when I was a baby up to 8 years old, than I started to eat everything according to Dr. orders, I ate everything with gluten up to 29.6 years old, and since than I'm eating glutenfree food again (I'm having glutenfree diet for 9 months). :rolleyes:

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Thanks for posting this! I'm so glad to hear it went well. I'm planning a gluten-free birthday for my soon to be 4 year old. I want her to be able to have EVERYTHING at her party (even though she and I are the only ones with Celiac)! :)

For the 1st birthday party post-diagnosis, I hadn't experimented much with cakes and such, so we had a "Hawaiian" theme and did ice cream sundaes. I took my 5yo dd to the store and let her pick out a cart-full ;) of gluten-free toppings and set up a small table so all the kids (ages 4-6) could make their own--it was a HUGE hit!!!


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Daughter diagnosed 1/06 bloodwork and biopsy
-gluten-free since 1/06

Son tested negative-bloodwork (8/07), intestinal issues prompted biospy (3/08), results negative, but very positive dietary response, Dr. diagnosed Celiac disease (3/8)

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Thanks for posting this! I'm so glad to hear it went well. I'm planning a gluten-free birthday for my soon to be 4 year old. I want her to be able to have EVERYTHING at her party (even though she and I are the only ones with Celiac)! :)

Can you post the recipe for the muffins. I fanally found a good bread recipe but have yet to find a muffin ir biscuit one. TIA

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Hey there. I'm new so - just wondering. I want to be able to make birthday parties safe as well as socialy enjoyable. We have several other allergies to deal with as well - and are really struggling with social situations. Do you have other allergies to consider?

THanks!

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Hey there. I'm new so - just wondering. I want to be able to make birthday parties safe as well as socialy enjoyable. We have several other allergies to deal with as well - and are really struggling with social situations. Do you have other allergies to consider?

I like the Pamela's Chocolate cake mix. It is fabulous. I'm not sure if it has other allergens in it or not but it is worth checking out!

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Can you post the recipe for the muffins. I fanally found a good bread recipe but have yet to find a muffin ir biscuit one. TIA

Of Course, here is the recipe for the muffins.

The Ingredient :

1 and 1/2 cups of glutenfree flour (I use 1 cup of mix for bread flour and 1/2 cup of rice flour)

1/2 cup of grated yellow cheese

500 gr. of white cheese

1 cup of sour cream

1/2 cup of milk

1/4 cup of oil

1/2 cup of green olives (rings)

2 eggs

1/2 teaspoon of oregano

salt and pepper

1/2 cup of Bulgarian cheese (salty cheese)

The Preparation Technique:

to heat in advance the oven on 200 degrees Celsius

in a big bowl to put all of the ingredient except for the Bulgarian cheese (salty cheese)

to mix it well

than to crumble the Bulgarian cheese (salty cheese) into the mixture

and to mix it gently some more.

to pour it into baking dish of muffins and to bake it for 20-30 minutes up to gilding.

Bon Appetit! :)

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I just recently had my 2 year anniversary/reception missed 2 years ago party....... all the food was gluten free, people LOVED it!

I still am getting comments on the cake in fact and my MIL is the one who made it, her very first attempt at gluten-free cooking.... I admit however we tok it easy on her and bought cake mixes, lol


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If I knew what I was doing years ago I would have half a clue today!

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Hey there. I'm new so - just wondering. I want to be able to make birthday parties safe as well as socialy enjoyable. We have several other allergies to deal with as well - and are really struggling with social situations. Do you have other allergies to consider?

THanks!

Hey,

I don't have any other allergies, but if you want some other recipes, I'll be happy to give you. of course, it depends on your other allergies.

Goodluck...

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