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One of the primary challenges GFCF families face when it's time to head back to school is planning gluten-free lunches and snacks.

Here are a few tips to help make sticking to GFCF at school a little easier for you and your kids: 

  • Formally notify your school of your child's dietary restrictions.
  • Attain a copy of the school's lunch menu and determine what can be made GFCF and duplicated in a sack lunch.
  • Purchase a thermos to keep food warm.
  • Udi's sandwich bread is great and doesn't need toasting.
  • Have your child assist with creating their lunches - they'll be more likely to eat it.
  • Remind your child that their food is made especially for them and that it's important that they not trade or share.

 

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This GFCF version of a classic American treat makes a great addition to your child's lunchbox. They're also perfect for classroom parties and other school events!
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