Gluten free holiday recipes – great meals for the whole family

Gluten free holiday recipes: Going on a gluten-free diet has many benefits, especially for someone with celiac disease. This includes relieving digestive symptoms that could include bloating, diarrhea, or constipation and many more. And if you don’t have a celiac disease but you are looking for ways to lose weight, then going on a gluten-free diet is one of your options. This diet eliminates many junk foods that add unwanted calories to the diet, and your focus will be mainly on fruits, veggies, and lean proteins.

And when it comes to parties and celebrations, you must be aware of the diet plan or meal preferences your guests have. There could be one or two of them who are on a gluten-free diet. With this, you may think that your options are now limited and you may have trouble coming up with meals to serve them. But do not worry because you still have a lot of options including:

  • Meats and fish: All meats and fish.
  • Eggs: All types of eggs are naturally gluten-free.
  • Dairy: Plain dairy products, such as plain milk, plain yogurt and cheeses.
  • Fruits and vegetables: All fruits and vegetables are naturally free of gluten.
  • Grains: Quinoa, rice, buckwheat, tapioca, sorghum, corn, millet, amaranth (if labeled gluten-free).
  • Starches and flours: Potatoes, potato flour, corn, corn flour, chickpea flour, soy flour, almond meal/flour, coconut flour.
  • Nuts and seeds: All nuts and seeds.
  • Spreads and oils: All vegetable oils and butter.
  • Herbs and spices: All herbs and spices.
  • Beverages: Most beverages, except for beer.

If you’re ever unsure if a food item contains gluten, it’s best to read the food labels.


Gluten free holiday recipes

Just because you or your guests are on a gluten-free diet does not mean that you have to cancel out all the staple holiday meals! Here are some classic and delicious gluten-free holiday recipes everyone will love!


Holiday Salad with Kale, Persimmon and Pomegranate

Holiday Salad with Kale, Persimmon and Pomegranate is a festive kale salad tossed in a tangy, sweet citrus maple dressing.  It’s perfect as a Christmas salad, Thanksgiving salad or holiday potluck!

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Quinoa stuffed Butternut Squash – a gluten-free-holiday-recipe

This Quinoa Stuffed Butternut Squash is delicious, easy to make, and makes a great healthy family meal! These stuffed squash are aromatic and filled with cooked kale, quinoa, cranberries, and chickpeas. This butternut squash recipe is packed with nutrients and flavor and it is a must-try meal idea!


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Maple Roasted Root Vegetables With Dijon And Thyme

Maple Roasted Root Vegetables make the perfect side dish for your Thanksgiving table or any time of the year. Earthy beets, carrots, apple and Brussels sprouts are tossed with a delicious maple, dijon and thyme dressing.

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Chicken Cobb “Christmas Tree” Holiday Salad

The beloved, classic chicken Cobb salad gets a holiday twist! Hearts of romaine lettuce are perfectly suited to become a “Christmas tree,” complete with tomato-ornaments, a golden pepper-star … even packages under the tree! This Holiday Salad is surprisingly simple to make, and can even be made ahead! Wow your guests with a fun new recipe this year – make this absolutely delicious, crowd-pleasing showstopper for your holiday table!

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Easy Ensalada de Nochebuena – Christmas Eve Salad

This traditional Ensalada de Nochebuena or Christmas Eve Salad is a colourful fruit salad featuring fresh pomegranates, oranges, pineapple, jicama and beets in a citrusy dressing.

Although most popular as part of a traditional Christmas Eve dinner in Mexico, this healthy salad will add festive flair to your holiday table at any time. It’s also the perfect vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free side.


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Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake – a gluten-free-holiday-recipe

This vegan pumpkin cheesecake is also paleo, no-bake and super creamy. It really tastes similar to a traditional pumpkin cheesecake!

I’m super excited about this recipe! Really, this pumpkin cheesecake is tied with my paleo vegan pumpkin pie as my favorite Thanksgiving dessert.


Check the full recipe here.


Vegan sweet Potato Pie (Gluten free)

Vegan sweet potato pie tastes just like the classic, but without all the refined sugar, dairy and eggs.  This sweet potato pie is gluten free, lightly spiced, and makes the perfect healthy dessert for the holidays or any time!


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No Bake Peanut Butter Bars – a gluten-free-holiday-recipe

No Bake Peanut Butter Bars that are gluten free, sweet and salty and oh so delicious! This easy Peanut Butter Bars recipe uses just 5 ingredients – peanut butter, chocolate chips, butter, chips and powdered sugar.


Check the full recipe here.


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