5 Gluten-Free Holiday Treats That Don’t S#ck

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Going gluten-free? There’s no reason to miss out on the holiday fun
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These cookies from WIlliams-Sonoma are made with flour from Cup4Cup, which was developed by chef Thomas Keller. 

For those who are gluten-free, big family gatherings can pose some serious challenges, and this is especially true around the holidays, when Christmas cookies, stuffing, and other tempting gluten-filled foods lurk around every corner. Thankfully, there are plenty of gluten-free holiday treats out there, and these are five of our favorite.

Santa Cookies


Gluten Free Palace is a wonderland of gluten-free foods, and their Christmas section is awesome. There are cookies in shapes like Santa, reindeer, and gingerbread houses, as well as ample gift boxes.

Chocolate Lava Cakes


Made by Northern California’s Galaxy Desserts, these delicious cakes are all-natural and just need a few minutes in the oven to warm up.

Holiday Treats Gift Box


From Williams-Sonoma, these treats are made with flour from Cup4Cup, which was developed by chef Thomas Keller. The package includes yuzu cranberry pound cake, chocolate cupcakes, ginger spice financiers, gingerbread cookies, matcha shortbread cookies, and kinako chocolate chunk cookies. Here are all of Williams-Sonoma’s gluten-free selections.

Christmas Pudding


The most classic of Christmas desserts, this British dessert from Marks & Spencer is filled with fruits, cider, rum, and sherry, and is gluten-free.

Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Candy Cane Joe Joe’s


Available at every Trader Joe’s, these resemble Oreos whose vanilla filling is studded with candy canes, and now they’re available gluten-free. 

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