One topic that many parents have to deal with is food allergies. If your child is finicky or continually having trouble eating, you are sure to start suspecting a medical reason. You may be right-the Food Allergy Network says that 1 in 25 Americans has a food allergy.
Food allergies come in various degrees. The effects range from a mild irritation to a life threatening condition. That is why the correct term is ‘xyz-sensitive’, where xyz is the type of allergy.
One type of food allergy is a gluten allergy. In a gluten allergy, you are not allowed to consume any wheat.
If your child is having trouble eating wheat or bread, or if you just want a change, you can try this tasty gluten free cupcake recipe from my friend Jean at delightfulrepast.blogspot.com. I love chocolate so i will be making this recipe at home. Jean also reviewed 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes by Carol Fenste in her post. If your child has gluten allergies this book might be worth investing in. Personally, I really like the Sorghum flour blend and I am going to be trying new recipes using.