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Feeding four-year-olds is hard enough, throw celiac disease into the mix and this becomes a very daunting task. We explore gluten free options at home and in the San Francisco Bay Area and put them up against the toughest critics around... my kids.


Halloween and Chocolate Molds

We love using Wiltons chocolate melts to make forms for our cupcakes. I use my crockpot to melt the chocolate and have the kids use spoons to fill a mold. Tap the mold so the chocolate sets then place in the freezer. After a few minutes they are ready to use and decorate. These chocolate bat molds for Halloween came from Michaels and it was a hit with the kids.

Here is a blog  that gives more info on this fabulous idea.  The best part is they are gluten free and the chocolate seems to last forever. I don't believe I saw an expiration date on the package. I may have to add a bag to my earthquake preparedness supplies.

1 comment:

  1. Yum! I love this idea.

    Mark and I just restocked our 72-hour kids w/ grocery store foods last night, and we were commenting that it would be more challenging to do that with gluten-free foods.