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  1. My 3 year old was dia at 18 mths so I know what you are feeling...overwhemled! At first I went crazy but I have lightened up over the years and this is what I have been doing. As far as the malt, my daughter (who would thrown up) has had rice crispy treats, frosted flakes, so the malt which I stayed away from a first seems okay. Below is a list of things that I use that work. I have two other kids so I try to make things as easy as possible so they can all be eating the same "thing". Normal Foods Eggs Bacon Frosted Flakes Fruit Tuna Fish Potatoes Ora Ida French Fries (nothing seasoned-just plain) Beans Ham Turkey Applesauce Cheeses Tacos! Chicken Chick-Fil-A waffle fries/grilled chicken (great for an outing) Ice Cream (Bryers _Van or Choc) Utz Chips (certified gluten free) Corn Pickles Ball Park Franks-all beef Ragu Sauce Parm Cheese Peanuts Special Food Amy's Gluten Free Mac and Cheese-a must Gluten Free Pasta-kind Mi-Del Gluten Free Cookies Gluten Free Cereal George's Cheese Pizza Rice Crackers Gluten Free Waffles & Bread-hit or miss Gluten Free Pantry Brownie Mix/Cake Mix
  2. I recently had a bday party for my 3 year old (Celiac). I made one cake, eveyone ate the cake (chocolate Gluten Free Pantry Mix) and I used regular frosting (look in the store several do not contain wheat products). I put sprinkles on top and it was a hit.
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