Hosting a party
If you’re throwing a party in your own home it’s probably easiest to make everything gluten-free. This will reduce the risk of cross-contamination and avoid any child feeling left out.
- gluten-free rice-crispie* buns,
- marshmallows* dipped in chocolate*
- chocolate whoopie pies
- gluten-free fairy cakes.
* Please check the Food List for suitable gluten-free brands.
To find out about bakers who can bake a cake for your special occasion check out the ‘Bakery’ section of The Food List.
Going to a party
It’s always a good idea to check with the party organiser in advance about the food they plan to serve. You can make some simple suggestions of gluten-free foods from your Food List.
You might also like to send your child to the party with some gluten free goodies to share. If attending a party at a venue you can purchase a Childs Eating Out Card to explain their needs.
Having a coeliac visit
Having a friend, relative or young child who is visiting with coeliac disease may seem a little daunting but we have some simple tips to help, click here for more.
Gluten can be found in lots of foods such as bread, biscuits, cakes, pasta, beer and in some manufactured foods including; breakfast cereals, soups, sauces, salad dressings and ready meals. However, there are a lots of naturally gluten free foods including; fruit, vegetables, rice, unprocessed fish and meat.