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As the holiday season approaches, some of the best gifts to give are gifts from your kitchen, because these are also the gifts that come from your heart. But don’t let any food allergies stand in your way of surprising someone with a sweet gift, because contributor Joy from The Joyful Foodie put together this collection of 24 Gluten Free Food Gifts Recipes Perfect for Holiday Giving.
24 Gluten Free Food Gifts Recipes Perfect for Holiday Giving
- Red and Green Pepper Jelly from Noshing with the Nolands
- Spiced Almonds from Cupcakes and Kale Chips
- Moroccan Spiced Pepitas from Snixy Kitchen
- DIY Ranch Seasoning Mix from It’s Yummi
- Homemade Spice Blends from Kalyn’s Kitchen
- Homemade Vanilla Extract from The Joyful Foodie
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- Homemade Pumpkin Liqueur from The View From Great Island
- Cranberry Salsa from Farm Fresh Feasts
- Walnut Cocoa Brownies from Snixy Kitchen
- Chai Spiced Caramel Sauce from The Joyful Foodie
- Pumpkin Pie Spiced Candied Pecans from Two Healthy Kitchens
- English Walnut Toffee from The View From Great Island
- Homemade Salted Caramels from Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Paleo Ginger Snaps from Food Faith Fitness
- Easy Candied Pecans from Two Healthy Kitchens
- Gluten-Free Pumpkin Spice Cookies from Gluten Free Yumms
- Blizzard Bites from The Lean Green Bean
- Chocolate Dipped Walnuts with Sea Salt from The Lemon Bowl
- Cider Donut Holes from Gluten Free Yumms
- Gluten Free Five Spice Granola from What Smells So Good?
- Gluten Free Superfood Pancake Mix from What Smells So Good?
- Dark Chocolate Hazelnut English Toffee from Flavor the Moments
- Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins from Keep it Sweet Desserts
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Dough Truffles from Cupcakes and Kale Chips
My daughter-in-law has been diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Both she and my son are working parents with two young daughters. I am helping them out by making soup about once a week, a casserole occasionally, and muffins or cookies to put into lunches.
I would appreciate some gluten-free, homemade recipes. Her mother and two sisters are celiac, and it is hereditary, so it could be that their children are also at risk for this disease.
Thanks so much.
I hope you’ll continue to follow my blog. Most of my recipes are gluten free!
What a terrific list of options. Thank you for bringing together all these great ideas.
So happy to help those out who aren’t sure of gluten free options.
absolutely trying that superfood pancake mix. thanks for including me!
I need to keep that in my pantry too!