When you have a child who is allergic to wheat you realized that everything children eat in school is made of wheat. How do you do it-a wheat-free snack that is?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:23 PM on Mar. 6, 2009 in General Parenting
Answer by nwdeserangel at 2:54 PM on Mar. 6, 2009
I homeschool my kids (though their food allergies/asthma were not the main reason, they were contributing factors)
Do you send snacks? Does your child eat lunch there?
Here is what I can think of. I'm sure you have these ideas already though. Fruits. Veggies. Cheese Cubes. wheat free crackers/cookies (from the health food store). when my oldest was in pubic school and in 1st grade he loved bringing rice and broccoli in a thermos
Answer by Kiter at 2:32 PM on Mar. 6, 2009
Answer by nwdeserangel at 2:37 PM on Mar. 6, 2009
Thank you for your suggestions. But unfortunately my son is a picky eater and schools do not offer a nutrition program for kids with food allergies. The supermarkets in our neighbourhood do not sell wheat-free items (already made cookies). I went to Whole Foods but I can not find chocolate chips cookies wheat-free.
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