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9 Fun and Fancy Gluten-Free Kids Recipes

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Here at SoYoung, nutrition is one of our passions and nothing tickles our taste buds more than finding new ideas to encourage our kids to eat healthier everyday.

Finding new gluten-free kids recipes can be a challenge, so we've put together a curated collection of our favorite gluten free kids recipes from some imaginative food blogging moms.

Flourless Banana-Quinoa Breakfast Bars Recipe 

Screen shot 2015-07-08 at 3.26.32 PMBreakfast for lunch? These Flourless Banana-Quinoa Breakfast Bars are yummy and healthy enough for kids to eat any time of the day. Courtesy of simplyquinoa.com. 

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Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets for Kids

Tasty ranch chicken nuggets. Click photo for full receipe, courtesy of onceamonthmeals.comYour kids love chicken nuggets - but you're not so in love with deep fired flour? Tasty ranch chicken nuggets. 

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Watermelon Pizza for Kids

"Watermelon pizza Courtesy of meetthedubiens.com.

Make Fruit Fun with a Watermelon pizza! Courtesy of meetthedubiens.com

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Gluten Free Toasted Coconut Cupcakes

Let's not forget desert! These toasted coconut cupcakes, will be as fun to make with your kids as they are to eat!

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Gluten Free Fresh Fruit Spring Rolls

Fresh fruit spring rolls with honey lime dip courtesy of superhealthykids.com. Fresh fruit spring rolls with honey lime dip courtesy of superhealthykids.com.

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 Gluten Free Kids Tortillas Recipe

Out of this world chicken tacos with corn tortillas, courtesy of professional organic chef, Arianne Resnick. Out of this world chicken tacos with corn tortillas, courtesy of professional organic chef, Arianne Resnick.

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Gluten Free Mac and Cheese Lunch for Kids

Rich and delicious mac and cheese courtesy of Tillamook, ward-winning dairy farms. Rich and delicious mac and cheese courtesy of Tillamook, ward-winning dairy farms. 

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Gluten Free Kids Recipe Idea: Creative Presentation! 

A chicken omelette that looks almost too good to eat courtesy of leesamantha.comSometimes the best way to get kids to eat a gluten free lunch has less to do with the recipe or ingredients than the presentation!

Imaginative food creations are a fantastic way to get kids excited in the kitchen and taking a more holistic approach to the meals they enjoy and will eventually learn to create for themselves. 

This chicken omelette that looks almost too good to eat courtesy of leesamantha.com

See more of Samantha Lee's creative plates here

 

"Dog hiding from fireworks. Potatoes, cheddar, peppercorns, spinach, corn." Courtesy of idafrosk.com.Another example fo creative presentation of a gluten free kids meal her in the appropriately titled "Dog hiding from fireworks" as part of a Guy Fawkes themed plate, featuring potatoes, cheddar, peppercorns, spinach, corn.

Courtesy of idafrosk.com

Got a favourite gluten free kids recipe idea? Share it in the comments below! 

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