Often, I see families who need to make a dietary change for the child. However, it becomes difficult if the child is diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. Trying to cook different meals for the family and the child can become cumbersome and lead to burn out quickly.
To avoid this is simple: Make the change for the whole family. This doesn’t mean that you have to completely avoid the food in your home, but cook meals that doesn’t single your child out (especially when they have a sibling that doesn’t have any food allergies or sensitivites). This will make the transition easier on the child.
So please check out the recipes page of this blog. The recipes posted are meant to be quick and easy, as well as kid-proof!
If need more help, there is a great blog article on tips and suggestions: http://www.simplebites.net/survival-tips-for-coping-with-picky-eaters/