Off to Gluten-Free Camp

A remarkable place called Camp Celiac in North Scituate, Rhode Island, hosts 145 kids with celiac ages 8 to 16 for a one-week sleepaway camp. At this completely gluten-free camp, kids with celiac can eat everything in sight and for five days not feel singled out.

Gluten-free Camps

Here is a brief summary of gluten-free-accommodating camps in the United States and Canada for 2018.

My child has celiac… Now what?

Learn about celiac in children, from diagnosis to implementing the gluten-free diet to keeping them happy and healthy, from a mom whose two daughters tested positive for the disease.


Our Top Five Kid-Friendly Gluten-Free Recipes

These five gluten-free recipes are ideal for introducing young chefs to the ins and outs of food preparation. Best of all, they will beam with pride upon presenting you with a delicious dish of their making.

Don’t Get Insomnia From Sleepover Worry

Children’s sleepovers are a rite of passage, and the upcoming spring break is a popular time for youngsters to spend the night away from home. Here are some tips to prepare your child, the hosts and yourselves for the big overnight outing.

Hop To It: Gluten-Free Easter Basket Ideas

As your child waits for the Easter Bunny, you may feel hesitant because you have to be careful with gluten and cross-contamination. Luckily, there are several options to create a perfect gluten-free Easter basket for your child.

Just for Kids: Gluten-Free Snacks

Kids are notoriously fussy eaters, so we wanted to let you know about some tasty gluten-free snacks geared toward youngsters. These picks run the gamut of flavors, from fruity and sweet to savory. No matter what your little ones are craving, they’ll find a satisfying treat in this bunch.

Kids’ Kitchen: Protein Pancakes

This recipe for Protein Pancakes is a great way to start the day with lots of energy and a great introduction to cooking for aspiring young chefs.