Sunday, May 4, 2008

GFCFSF Snack Time


I'll post some of my kids' weekend snacks in case this helps anybody.

Here we have Cheecha Crackles (potato) from Allergy Grocer. And next to it is some homemade pear sauce (recipe HERE). To drink we have water in Sigg Water Bottles.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Tori,

Are Sigg water bottles one of the "safe" ones for our children?

Two: Here is the recipe for the rice bars you asked about on the GFCF Yahoo group. I really need to write stuff down.

1/2 c sunflower butter
1/4 c agave nectar
1/2 chopped nuts (I did not use)
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp cinnamon
2 c cereal (I use Erewhon crisp rice cereal)

Mix nut butter, nectar, nuts, vanilla, and cinnamon in bowl. Add cereal and gently stir until well coated. Press into dish and chill until hardened.

I double the recipe, press into a cookie sheet with edges, and store them in the fridge. I just cut them as needed.

My son has sensory issues mostly in his hands and mouth. Everything has to be smooth. I wet my fingers and try to crush the cereal down.

Thanks,
Stephanie

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