These gluten-free bloggers have got Christmas nosh sorted …
Being gluten-free at Christmas can feel like a bit of a minefield: mince pies are wafted under your nose, your nan repeatedly offers you her homemade Christmas cake and suddenly we’re all expected to eat bread sauce (what's that about?).
So praise be to the internet! Because with these gluten-free bloggers, you'll have Christmas sorted.
This extensive gluten-free baking blog is your one-stop spot for festive baking. There’s a clickable collage of the best Christmas cookies (our favourites have to be the chocolate thumbprint biscuits and candy cane sugar sticks) as well as a recipe for homemade panettone that puts the ones sold in boxes to shame.
How does luxurious salmon bisque, satsuma and pomegranate cake and French pain d’epices sound? Darn delicious we reckon. Just a handful of the gorgeously photographed, gluten-free recipes you’ll find on Tartelette.
An encyclopaedia of gluten-free recipes, many of which are already ready for a Christmas party (red quinoa, cranberry and pecan salad anyone?) There are tips for getting through December without giving into gluten too – essential bedtime reading.
Need a foodie Christmas gift? Hows about salted coconut caramels. Perhaps a party nibble? Toast up a batch of spiced caramelised nuts. Or maybe you're looking for the ultimate gluten-free mince pie recipe? You betcha – that's here too.
Don't forget you'll find a heap of great gluten-free Christmas recipes on Homemade! From real bread sauce to cranberry meringue parfait, there aint one festive treat you can’t eat.
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