We are besieged with Holidays again. Most Everyone celebrates something even if it is just New Years. It is a time of year where people get together often for a three week period of time. To help anyone looking to bring something appetizing to a holiday get together, we have devised these Gluten Free Holiday Recipes.
Here in our test kitchen, we went looking for family favorites reconfigured to be wonderfully gluten free that can be shared with friends and loved ones. So, we put on our holiday weight a little early here. We are now testing salads dressings alot – so we can eat more vegetables. You’re Welcome!
Here are our favorite Holiday Recipes that you can take to potlucks, family events, office parties, school parties, friendly get togethers, or your own holiday meals.
French Toast is awesome – but egg nog french toast – oh yeah, even better. This is a wonderful gluten free breakfast treat for the kids. We have been known to have it for dinner with some scrambled eggs. Yum!
Nothing like a wonderful scone to share with others. Perfect for tea and coffee breaks, a holiday office breakfast, or just because scones are awesome. This gluten free scone recipe uses dried blueberries and alot of love because that is what the holidays are all about!
A childhood favorite, it wasn’t my favorite to eat, it was my favorite to bake! Perfect for the holidays, it’s cinnamon and cranberry are perfect for enjoying in front of a fire, or just with friends. Wonderful for any event.
I had never had one before this try, but boy some nights while I drink my decaf chai tea, I think about these. Seriously. I really do. Spices and molasses work together to make this my new holiday favorite. Gluten Free, delicious, and addictive.
Meatballs never fail to please and these are wonderfully gluten free and paired with our honey sriracha glaze (shown below this). Perfect for a party, perfect for you family, honestly they are just perfect.
Hot And Sweet. A classic flavor pair. Our cocktail meatballs are wonderful, but we wanted them to hold their heat on a table, so we came up with a honey sriracha glaze to help the hold the heat. It worked.
If you like the hush puppy recipe we included, you have got to make this dipping sauce. It is perfect for our gluten free hush puppies and for many things. We went a little crazy over this one. I recommend a double batch.
I never turn down spinach, but this gluten free creamed spinach casserole got the family spinach hater to scoff this up. It was so good, she went looking for leftovers the next day. That is a successful spinach recipe!
WE ARE NOT DONE YET – MORE TO ADD – COME BACK AGAIN!!!