Kids and Allergies

Gluten-Free Easter Egg Lemon Cakes

These Easter eggs are fun to make—and they’re so cute! Colorful plastic spoons make forming them easy. Decorate these Gluten-Free Lemon Cake Easter Eggs as you would cut-out cookies for an Easter basket of beautiful treats.

Gluten-Free Lemon Bars With Brown Flour Rice

Lemon curd atop a lemon cookie base. Frozen lemonade concentrate provides fresh lemon flavor. Serving these with a garnish of lemon peel is very pretty. …

Gluten-Free Snowball Cookies

These Snowball Cookies are sometimes called Mexican Wedding Cookies. They're crispy and buttery and dusted in confectioners’ sugar as a decoration.

Christmas Sugar Cookies, Gluten-Free

These cookies are to Christmas what a blank canvas is to an artist. From here the possibilities are endless. Sugar cookies have a delicious buttery flavor and come out of the oven crisp as well. …

Gluten-Free Candy Cane Cookies

This recipe uses crushed candy canes for an infusion of genuine candy-cane flavor. To crush candy canes, use a food processor or a coffee grinder. Alternatively, place candy canes in a large zip-top freezer bag and seal; lay it flat on a counter and repeatedly roll a rolling pin over the candy canes until they’re evenly crushed into fine pieces. Measure out ½ cup of crushed candy for this recipe. Sprinkle any remainder over cookies after they’re baked, if desired. These gluten-free cookies can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.

Gluten-Free Nilla Wafer-Type Cookies

  Excerpt from Nicole Hunn's book Gluten-Free Glassic Snacks. Even self-proclaimed chocolate lovers have no choice but to love a Nilla Wafer: deep vanilla flavor in a crispy, crunchy little cookie so perfectly nostalgic that they wouldn’t dare change the packaging. Nilla Wafers are the sort of cookie that we all take for granted—until, suddenly, we can no longer have them. Fortunately, making your own is super simple, and if you can’t be bothered piping the dough onto the…

Red, White & Blue Crispy Gluten-Free Rice Pops

Traditional crispy rice treats are made with cereal containing barley malt, which contains gluten. Look for gluten-free versions of this cereal. Depending on the marshmallows you choose (traditional, fish gelatin or vegan), you may need to add more or less cereal, as package sizes vary and some marshmallows reduce to a smaller amount when melted. Because marshmallows set up quickly once melted, work rapidly or have a friend or a child-helper divide and mix the colors of the treats. Be sure to have popsicle sticks on hand before you start.

Gluten-Free Red Velvet Ice Cream Sandwiches

These gluten-free cookies are delightful on their own and make a festive statement at any patriotic party. Place creamy-cold ice cream in between and everyone will be seeing stars! This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.

Gluten-Free Frozen Fruit Skewers with Chocolate Drizzle

Sometimes the simplest snacks are the most fun. Who wouldn’t line up for chunks of sweet frozen fruit adorned with chocolate sauce? For variety, try pieces of fresh kiwi, pineapple, apricots and peaches.
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Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Spider Cookies

Chewy and delicious, our favorite gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are re-imagined here with little spiders for Halloween fun.


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Gluten-Free Lemon Meringue Pie

This gluten free lemon meringue pie is the classic version of one of America’s all-time favorite desserts.
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Gluten-Free Harvest Cupcakes

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