Are you gluten free or cooking for someone who is? Take a look at these delicious Gluten free Christmas treats!
These gluten-free brownies contain everything you love about brownies – minus the scrubbing of the pan! They’re also ready to eat in about a half hour.
For a Christmas morning breakfast, try these gingerbread spice waffles, that pair well with a glass of milk. IMAGE: Fit Foodie Finds
Take advantage of the health benefits of dark chocolate with this twist onÂ peppermint cookies.Â IMAGE:Â Design. Dining. Diapers.
Made with only four ingredients, these jam thumbprint cookies are made gluten free, paleo, and vegan. They can be made with store-boughtÂ jam, or homemade jam.
Buckeyes, a Christmas favorite, are chocolate-covered peanut butter balls of goodness. These buckeyes are gluten free and dairy free, and are healthier than the original! Satisfy your sweet tooth without guilt.
Being gluten free, this loaf is great for giving. It is spiced, giving it a rich variety of flavors.Â IMAGE:Â Delightful Adventures
Eggnog is a favorite around Christmas time – create this gluten-free eggnog bread pudding, topped with a simple homemade bourbon caramel sauce.
Chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside, this coconut macaroon recipe is naturally gluten-free. IMAGE: The Jenny Evolution
This dense pound cake serves about 14-16, and was revamped from the author’s grandma, with few differences in taste from the original.
These sweet chocolate crinkles are gluten free and dairy free. They can be easily customized, with added pecans or walnuts, peppermint extract, or espresso powder.
These egg nog bites take less than five minutes to make, and don’t require any baking! They’re naturally gluten free, vegan, and dairy-free. They also have alternatives so they can be made paleo or high-protein! IMAGE: The Big Man’s World
Instead of jam, use caramel in these thumbprint cookies. No more drab gluten-free thumbprint cookies!
These butter cookies are gluten free and vegan. They make around 48 cookies, which makes them ideal for a potluck or large family gathering! IMAGE: The Pretty Bee
Make these gluten-free shortbread cookies your own, easy to customize and personalize. They have a mix at their base, and are “remixed” with everything from chocolate chips to caramel sauce. The five ways are: plain, mocha, berry chooclate chip, toffee caramel, and lemon glazed.
Gluten free, egg free, and vegan; these peppermint creams contain no egg. They also have a mint flavor to them. In addition, these peppermint creams are easy to sprinkle and make festive, which make them a great gift. IMAGE: Nurture Store