How to go gluten-free for your holiday party
How to go gluten-free for your holiday party

Are you or your friends on a gluten-free diet? Here are some recipes that are delicious and worthy of sharing at a holiday party.

Maple Walnut Pie, from The Crispy Cook

“This pie was really terrific… (it) was a nice dessert that is similar to a pecan pie, but not nearly as cloying sweet” -Rachel, The Crispy Cook

Rachel walks you through every step of the crust and filling, and the recipe makes two pies so it’s perfect for your holiday parties! Click here for Rachel’s recipe.

Pumpkin Chai Bars with a Raw Pecan Crust, from The Spunky Coconut

theSpunkyCoconut.com's Pumpkin Chai Bars

“I decided to go for a raw crust. A raw crust is simple and fail-proof for something un-baked. I hope you love how it turned out as much as we do.” – Kelly, The Spunky Coconut

These are a creation of Kelly’s that combines two of her favorite fall treats. They’re perfect for sharing, and they’re actually dairy-free and vegan, too! Click here for Kelly’s recipe.

Really Good, Gluten-Free Stuffing, by Ginger Lemon Girl

“I’ve had a few questions on how to make really good gluten free stuffing/dressing. I can understand your frustration.” Carrie, Ginger Lemon Girl

Carrie goes on to give the recipe for a stuffing that sounds so good we may just make it for our holiday party! She’s been blogging about gluten-free recipes for years now, so it’s safe to say she knows her way around a gluten-free kitchen. Click here for Carrie’s recipe.

Snacks & Appetizers
Cooking Light has rounded up recipes for delicious gluten-conscious light bites that are ideal to satisfy pre-meal munchies.

Gluten-free holiday drinks
Beers will most certainly have gluten, and many wines will as well. All Schmitt Sohne products (which includes RELAX® Wines) are gluten-free!

Not finding what you’re looking for? Well you’ll certainly find something at Karina’s blog which includes 100s of amazing gluten-free recipes. Click here to see Karina’s recipes.

2 Responses

  1. Randolph Overstreet says:

    Gluten-free fad diets have recently become popular. A 2012 study concluded “There is no evidence to suggest that following a gluten-free diet has any significant benefits in the general population. Indeed, there is some evidence to suggest that a gluten-free diet may adversely affect gut health in those without celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.”

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  2. noor says:

    I will be sure to look her up. And your soup will grace our dinner table soon.

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