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At the beginning of summer break, I promised my daughter and her friend that I would take them to a local cheese shop to sample a variety of cheese (they LOVE cheese and even have a cheese-focused Instagram page). I ordered a tray of food that we could all share that included crackers, cheese, meats, fruit, condiments, and assorted gourmet snacks. We sat outside on the patio, the kids tried new foods, and we played countless rounds of UNO. It was fantastic, and they discovered new foods that they actually really loved ... my daughter has been eating fig jam like it's candy ever since.
This has meant that we've been able to kick up our entertaining at home when their friends come over ... unfortunately, it also means that they'll now be diving into the snack trays that Mike and I make all the time too and we will now have to share.
I have to admit, I kept stealing snacks from this tray that I made them though, it was all so yummy, and all of the things I love too.
Here is what you need to create a gluten-free snack tray for kids, or at least what I used. Create your own with your kids' favorite snacks!