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Digital Subscriptions > Gluten-Free Heaven > Cooking with Kids (September 2019) > Back to school AND staying gluten-free

Back to school AND staying gluten-free

Worried about packing the little ones off to school? Ali Walsh has some top tips to keep them safe throughout education…

School can be a funny place, can’t it? On wholesome TV shows there’ll be someone who’s nervous about their first day, but when they come home, whaddya know? They’ve made great friends and can’t wait to go back again.

Sadly it’s not always like that and, if you have to avoid gluten, then the prospect of a new school can seem even more daunting.

So here are some ways to make life a little easier, whatever stage you’re at in your learning.


Thankfully, nurseries are a lot more allergen-aware than they used to be. If you’ve got a little one you’re taking to nursery for the first time, you’ll want to be reassured they’ll be all right, especially if they’re not yet able to communicate their needs.

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About Gluten-Free Heaven

The latest issue of Gluten-Free Heaven is packed as always with 101 seasonal recipes perfect for the end of summer and the beginning of the transition into the autumn. Having a child with coeliac disease, a gluten intolerance or in fact any allergy is top priority when dispatching a little one off into a new environment. This month, we tackle just that scenario where we offer advice on what to eat, what to make and how to avoid issues, while we also look at some of the best lunchbox ideas available on the high street. Also this month, we look into the lives of a couple of families in a series of features seeing how they cope with coeliac disease, create the perfect pasta and go back to basics for those new to a gluten-free diet on page 50. Getting your kids cooking is a great way for them to learn important life skills and we have a great selection of recipes that are just perfect for the early starters – let alone great tasting – to get them off and running!