|October 31, 2017|
Perfect drink for a Post-Trick or Treat evening, also delicious as a Saturday Morning treat. Try this mix some time:
DIY Lucky Charms Shake
It’s a homemade version of Burger King’s Lucky Charms Shake. At least when you make it home, you know it will be gluten free.
Lucky Charms are still Gluten Free. I have seen some Facebook posting about how Lucky Charms is not safe. All the information I have found out over the last few days are quite the contrary. The FCC hasn’t posted any warnings and there’s nothing about it on the General Mills website.
Fact is that Lucky Charms is still Gluten Free and currently meeting the US guidelines of being gluten free.
In 2015, there was a change.org petition titled, "Change testing and production of gluten-free Cheerios to be safe for all.” While not directly related to Lucky Charms, the Cheerios testing would have impacted testing and certification by General Mills. Oddly enough the petition failed to pass by one person.
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