15 Easy Gluten Free Snack Ideas

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Popcorn

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Here are some yummy staples to have on-hand in your children’s
ministry.

1.   String cheese (This is as easy as it gets!)

2.   Hummus (Hummus is yummus!)

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3.   Almonds

4.   Frozen Bananas (Just peel them, and pop them in
the freezer.)

5.   Fruit Skewers

6.   Gluten-Free Cereal (Chex, Fruity Pebbles)

7.   Jell-O Jigglers

8.   Applesauce /Fruit Cups

9.   Popsicles

10.  Annie’s GF Bunnies

11.  Kinnikinnick Critters

12.  Pepper Butterflies

13.  Spiders

14.  Olive Penguins

15.  Popcorn

BTW – Have you heard of the 504 plan? Children on medically
necessary diets who attend public schools (or federally-funded
private schools) may be eligible for an individualized, written
agreement between the family and the school to ensure that
appropriate accommodations are made for the kids’ needs. A 504 plan
for a child with celiac disease might, for example, address the
availability of gluten-free foods in the cafeteria, call for
kitchen staff training in label reading and prevention of
cross-contamination and set parameters for in-classroom food for
birthday parties or boxed lunches for field trips. Several sample 504 plans for children with
celiac disease are available online and can be used as a starting
point.

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