No-bake Pumpkin Tarts (gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan)
A Princess Cake (gluten-free)
mmmMint Chocolate Cupcakes (gluten-free)
Fresh Spearmint and Chocolate Cheesecake (gluten-free)
It’s officially autumn!
Although autumn brings chilly weather, it also brings apples, pumpkins, maple syrup, and…turkey!
gluten-free Apple Strudel
French Macarons: delicious and gluten-free
If your child refuses to eat vegetables, try this:
First, puree* any vegetable you want. Then, add about a tbsp of the puree to foods your child does eat. If he likes ketchup or other thick liquids (e.g. tomato sauce or cream of chicken soup), add the puree to that. You can even add it to your baked goods. For example, your child can have a nutritious breakfast muffin (filled with vegetables) without tasting or knowing the vegetables are there.
*You can also use baby food instead of purees