While children with special diets do have to learn that they cannot always eat what others are eating, they can always be included. If parents contact teachers at least a few days before they intend to send a special treat to school, the teacher can inform the parent of the child with a special diet, so a safe replacement item can be sent in.
A new option is now available to gluten free families in my town and surrounding areas, and I'm over-the-top excited about it. (Metro east St. Louis area--Swansea, IL)
*Families of gluten free kiddos can order safe, yummy, gluten free, "store-bought" items for special classroom celebrations at a reasonable price.
*A Great resource for friends who wish to provide a gluten free baked treat for a gluten free friend , knowing it will be made in a gluten free kitchen (and thus, safe) for the gluten free person they are including.
Moist, chewy, "pull-apart" not "break-in-half" delicious.
As for the gooey butter cake, I can honestly say that I've never had any in my pre-gluten free days. I have made my own gluten free version though, and have been told it tastes like gooey butter cake is supposed to taste. And Trayc's tasted just as good! Need something for a breakfast buffet? This would be a great addition!
This is just a sampling of the items Trayc is offering right out of her kitchen.
Check out the link below to discover all the yummy treats she is offering.
please keep this in mind:
*These will no longer be gluten free if you put them on the same platter as your gluten baked items, or use shared serving utensils. Crumbs make a difference.
*If passing out gluten containing treats along with gluten free treats, hands must be washed prior to touching gluten free treats. Crumbs make a difference.