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My son Kai has been gluten-free for over a year now. The transition for the most part was rather easy — except for when it comes to desserts. He wants to eat what everyone else is eating. Here are some ideas of that have my son's approval. I hope your child enjoys them too.
1.No-Marshmallow Rice Crispy Treats: Substitute brown rice syrup for marshmallows and add a
teaspoon of vanilla for a crispy treat your kid will love. Drizzle on melted
chocolate for extra gooiness. Get the recipe at Busy But Healthy.
2.Gluten-Free Brownies: This mouth-watering recipe uses the less processed date
sugar as a substitute for sugar and raw cacoa, which is loaded with living enzymes, instead
of cocoa. It's a gluten-free kid favorite. Get the recipe at Handmade by Kelly.
3.Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Fudge: A combo of coconut oil, peanut number,
cocoa powder, maple syrup and whey protein, this fudge concoction looks out of
this world. Get the recipe at Southern in Law.
4.Funfetti Cupakes: Perfect for a special occasion like a birthday party, these
funfetti cupcakes will be the wish for any gluten-free kid. Yes, there is
sugar, especially in the frosting — but everyone can have a special treat every
now and then right? Get the recipe at Em the Baker.
5.Gluten-Free Doughnuts: Score! These treats are corn-, dairy- and gluten-free — a
hole in one! Plus, it has a chocolate glaze recipe included. Get the recipe at Free Eats Food.