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Yeah that might be true. I just thought if there was a gluten issue, then beans would be better then crackers.

Only other thing I could think of would be fruit smoothies or homemade "ice cream". I blend frozen fruit with a little non-dairy milk, and it comes out like soft serve ice cream. Strawberry is my kids favorite. That and homemade granola bars so you control the ingredients. I use a recipe that uses applesauce instead of oil, keeps them healthier.
Anyway I can get your recipes?

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Anyway I can get your recipes?
I don't know what her recipe is, but you can make banana "ice cream" but freezing sliced bananas for about 30 mins to an hour. then put into the food processor and process until ice cream texture. Takes a few minutes but it works great and it really does get creamy like ice cream. We add frozen or fresh strawberries to it and have banana strawberry ice cream.
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I don't know what her recipe is, but you can make banana "ice cream" but freezing sliced bananas for about 30 mins to an hour. then put into the food processor and process until ice cream texture. Takes a few minutes but it works great and it really does get creamy like ice cream. We add frozen or fresh strawberries to it and have banana strawberry ice cream.
Thank you...she's going to love being able to eat real food
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We keep frozen bananas in the freezer at all times. Usually broken in 1/2. My boys eat them like a popscicle and we also blend them into "ice cream." Cocoa, peanut butter and cinnamon date are all favorite flavors.
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