Holidays are times not just for celebration, but also for indulging in yummy treats like pies, cakes, and cookies. But these treats can be troublesome for people who are intolerant to gluten.
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Now just because you are gluten intolerant, doesn’t mean you have to settle for the second best this Christmas. Fortunately, there are plenty of dishes that can be made gluten-free with just a few, easy substitutions. And believe us, gluten-free meals are more delicious as compared to their counterparts. So satisfy your desire for indulgence with these 40 gluten-free recipes.
It can be very tough to make gluten-free donuts. So for your assistance, we’ve included the recipe for gluten-free, pumpkin donut for you. Sprinkle some white sugar on it to give a snowy effect.
Here are easy to make, yummy truffles for you. Add different flavoring to these truffles to make them uniquely yours. And they are perfect for gifting too!
These tender and light banana muffins have a wonderful fragrance and taste excellent when freshly out of the over. No gluten, no dairy- so both gluten intolerance and vegans can try to eat these muffins their heart out.
If you have a few ripe bananas at home, then whip up this banana bread recipe for Christmas brunch. You can add a cup of chocolate chips instead of walnuts if you are making for kids.
Salty, crunchy and rosemary scented pine nut brittle would make a great Christmas gift. And it’s absolutely gluten-free.
This pretty looking recipe is perfect for all. It has beautiful colors, classic Christmas colors, and red quinoa. You can add or subtract the vegetables as per your liking.
You can use soy yogurt or honey to make these blondies gooey in the center. And if you want to make these blondies vegan, change honey to maple syrup.
This homemade chocolate contains just a few ingredients- cocoa powder, virgin coconut oil, and maple syrup. If you wish, you can replace coconut oil with cocoa butter.
The no-bake cookie bites will become your child’s favorite the moment he takes a mouthful of it. It has candy cane bits mixed in it, making it a perfect Christmas treat.
These chewy caramel candies are topped with crushed peppermints. It’s actually a version of Kola, a semi-sweet toffee loved by people all over Sweden.
The tender gluten-free cranberry bread can be made with or without eggs and with or without nuts. It tastes yummy both hot and cold. And you can even freeze them for next breakfast treats.
The toasted oats and sunflower seed cookie crust will make a crunchy complement to the cold and creamy pumpkin pie filling.
If you want a show-stopping sweet treat for the Christmas, this eggnog cake with white chocolate frosting is just for you. The dense cake pairs perfectly with the airy frosting.
This chocolate, peppermint dessert will be enjoyed by everyone in your family.
This ultimate French dessert will be a hit in the Christmas party. It’s airy, yet intense, simple yet sophisticated.
This decadent and gluten-free cake is served with a dollop of berry whipped cream. So there is no excuse not to make this cake for your friends and family this Christmas.
If you want something rich and peanutty this Christmas, make these adorable kiss cookies. They look cute, are wonderfully satiating, will cure any sweet tooth, and best of all, they are gluten free.
Pancakes are staple for breakfast. So why not make them for Christmas too? To give a Christmas flavor, add eggnog in it. You will get fluffy, soft and sweet pancakes with cinnamon and eggnog.
Here’s the recipe for classic snickerdoodles made absolutely gluten-free. The cookies are coated with cinnamon sugar, are crispy around the edge and chewy in the middle.
Here’s the recipe for silky and delicious mousse brightened with tangy lemon. It will make a nice end to the meal. It showcases the flavor of the fruit beautifully.
Gluten free chicken parmesan casserole couldn’t get any easier. It requires just five ingredients and tastes out of the world.
The wonderful comfort food will make an excellent Christmas supper. And no one would even notice that it is gluten-free.
These parmesan chicken bundles look extremely tempting. It contains all the ingredients to please your children.
These cookies are too pretty to eat. The color combination is looking very festive, and taste is typically Christmassy.
We understand how tough it is for people to resist eating cookies during Christmas because of gluten intolerance. So we have included the recipe for the molasses cookies that is entirely gluten-free.
We’ve got you the recipe for buffalo chicken meatballs with all natural ingredients. It’s dairy free as well.
This one’s for the little guests in your house. And we guarantee you, they will be the first one to go off the table.
This Mediterranean recipe will surely win over your guests. The shrimps are charred and then dressed with roasted garlic and cilantro sauce. The lemon and white wine will make it taste even better.
Just look how cute these rolls look. And they taste impressive as well.
This intensely flavored cookie has a crunchy, caramelized exterior and an amaretto-flavored interior. These tasty treats are quick to make and can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature.
This rich, dark gingerbread infused with cocoa will make a great addition to your Christmas breakfast. It tastes of cocoa and ginger spice, and the texture is similar to a pound cake.
As the name suggests, this delicious and creamy Caesar salad is sure to please the crowd. If you wish, you can replace the roasted chickpea croutons with your own croutons.
Here’s a quick and easy to appetizer loaded with garlic, mint, and crunchy zucchini. They taste delicious with homemade tzatziki sauce.
Here is the recipe of yummy tuna in cucumber cups. The cute appetizer of tuna is put in cucumber slices. And it’s low carb and low calorie too!
These decadent, chocolate truffles are enriched with super nutritious egg yolk.
Two things can make even the most cynical of guests happy- creamy crème Brulee and peppermint. This Brulee with a candy cane top is sure to usher in the Christmas spirit.
This beautiful looking tart combines two great flavors- coconut and dark chocolate. The filling is made up of dark chocolate and creamy coconut milk, and the cocoa crust tastes just like a chocolate macaroon.
There is nothing better than a serving of pumpkin loaf and coffee on a cold, winter evening? Top the loaf with cream cheese or butter for extra warmth and flavor.
If making a pie sounds too cumbersome to you, go ahead and make this yummy cake. The pastry cut is not as tender as the wheat pastry, but still tastes wonderful.
Surprise surprise, you don’t just have to salivate over the yummy looking gingerbread cookies. Our gluten-intolerant reader can now make and enjoy eating the cookies too! The gluten free dough will be very delicate and soft, so transferring them can be very challenging.