Quick Gluten Free Meals For Kids With Celiac Disease

Quick Gluten Free Meals For Kids With Celiac Disease

toddler finishing off gluten free dinner

Making Gluten Free meals for a toddler can be a challenge. After finding out that my son has Celiac Disease, my wife and I struggled to come up with quick meals my son could eat.

We have come up with some quick and easy meals for him to eat. Nothing here is groundbreaking, just some simple ideas.GF noodles are going to play a part in a lot of meals you make.

Prego is Gluten Free so you can make spaghetti with Prego and GF noodles. Kraft lists their Grated Parmesan as GF so you can top the spaghetti with this. Or if your little one does not like sauce, you can butter the noodles and add Parmesan for added flavor.

I cannot confirm that Velveeta (a Kraft product) is Gluten Free but my son has been eating it with no problems. We make GF noodles (you can get elbow or shapes) and cut up Velveeta into cubes and melt it with the noodles.

 

My son is not a big fan of scrambled eggs but we jazz it up with peanut butter! It sounds weird but since our son is still on the small size, we try to give him as many calories as we can.

 

Carl Budding meat products are all listed as GF on their website and on the packaging. You can cut up the meat and add to scrambled eggs.

Bisquick has just come out with a Gluten Free pancake mix. Some syrups are GF but do your homework on this. Pure maple syrups are good but can be expensive.

Gluten free pancakes

You can get GF tortillas (I found them at my local Target) and melt cheese on them. I would use block cheese and shred it. Some shredded cheeses may contain Gluten to keep it from sticking together.

 

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