Celebrating holidays can be hard when you’re gluten free. So many traditions feature foods we love, many of which you might now have to avoid. Here are a few gluten free holiday recipes that will help you enjoy some old favorites, or maybe find a few new ones!
The following list features largely Christmas recipes (and that’s what you’ll see first), but there are some recipes for other holidays as well, such as resurrection rolls.
Have you tried Swig sugar cookies? They are soft and chewy sugar cookies topped with a tangy frosting, and served cold. SO GOOD. We’ve developed a gluten free Swig cookie copycat recipe that is every bit as good as the original and is super easy to make at home! You can make them in the traditional round shape, or roll out and cut out.
These just might be the BEST sugar cookie you've ever had! Pudding makes these gluten free sugar cookies soft and full of sweet vanilla flavor. Easy to make and there’s no need to refrigerate the dough!
Looking for a gluten free pumpkin cookie recipe that is perfectly chewy and has the perfect blend of pumpkin and warm fall flavors? Look no further! These chewy gluten free pumpkin cookies also feature browned butter, maple, and pumpkin pie spice.
Cranberry Kale salad is a deliciously festive dish with tart cranberries, crisp kale, and sweet pears. It is topped with fresh gorgonzola and cardamom spiced almonds then drizzled with a homemade cranberry vinaigrette.
It is the perfect marriage of flavors and a great addition to any party or get together.
Creamy ice cream and tart raspberries all wrapped in a crunchy graham cracker crust to make a beautiful (and EASY!) dessert! It really doesn't get any easier than this ice cream pie. Top with whipped cream just before serving for a show-stopping dessert everyone will love.
If you like chocolate, then you're going to loooove this cool and refreshing version of a chocolate cream pie! It's a show-stopping dessert that takes less than 20 minutes to make, but will have everyone asking for seconds
These Gluten Free Brioche Rolls are a recreation of a traditional French sweet bread. Brioche has a unique flavor and texture, a sort of melt-in-your-mouth experience. It is delightful fresh out of the oven, as part of a sandwich, or any other way you might enjoy bread.
These gluten free rolls are perfectly soft, fluffy and so easy to make! Ready in just one hour, they are the perfect addition to any meal and will be enjoyed by everyone, gluten-eaters included! Dairy free option included.
These rolls are so easy to make, and they’re done in an hour or less! If you’ve been feeling hesitant to try making gluten free rolls at home, then this recipe is for you. I’ve included step-by-step instructions and photos, detailed instructions, and flour recommendations so your rolls will turn out perfect every time.
These Gluten Free Resurrection Rolls bake up soft and fluffy, with a hollow space inside signifying the empty tomb of Jesus Christ after His resurrection. Make them for Easter or any other time! They are a sweet roll similar to gluten free cinnamon rolls
These chewy gluten free Cadbury egg cookies are made with browned butter and loaded with crushed Cadbury mini eggs and mini chocolate chips. They’re the perfect treat for Easter and spring, or any time you can get your hands on Cadbury eggs.