It all began from a simple conversation. Debbie and her sister Cathy were taking a well deserved vacation from their busy lives in Oregon, and Debbie was relating the difficulties of finding adequate food to feed her gluten-intolerant grandson when he came to visit. Cathy, the perpetual optimist, couldn’t believe it could be that difficult to find food that a 2-year-old would eat. “Look, if it’s that hard to find gluten free food that tastes good, then why don’t we make our own?” So, that’s just what they did.
Why We Do It
At 18 months, Sean was diagnosed with autism, and shortly thereafter, found to be gluten-intolerant. Determined that no child should have to eat gritty, poor tasting food, the two sisters became committed to providing an alternative. What they came up with in their kitchens was nutritious and gluten=free, but with the taste and texture of traditional foods. Their recipes became Inspiration Bakery and Mixes.
Certified Gluten Free, the mixes are easy to prepare, and without the gritty texture you have become accustomed to from gluten-free products. Inspiration Mixes is the answer to your question of, “how do I get my gluten-intolerant child to eat?” And, because most people who are gluten-intolerant have other dietary needs, most of the mixes can be adapted to a vegan diet. Which means you can give up the eggs and dairy, without giving up on taste.