‘Tis the season of pie, panettone, and figgy pudding! But, despite an apparent abundance of gluten-containing holiday dishes, your next potluck doesn’t have to cause a headache (or bellyache). We have plenty of gluten-free holiday recipes and tips to ensure that all feel holiday cheer at your next dinner party.
One of the most reliable ways to ensure that your gluten-free loved ones are well-fed at your next holiday party is to stock the table with some of your favorite gluten-free recipes.
Our Sautéed String Beans + Crispy Shallots are a great gluten-free alternative to green bean casserole and take less than 30 minutes to prep and cook. Simply fry your chopped shallots, sauté your garlic and green beans, combine, and serve! See the full recipe here.
Are you searching for an autumnal gluten-free dessert? Our Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cookies + Chocolate Chips are guaranteed to please. This cozy staple is perfect for your next holiday party (if you’re willing to share them).
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance recipe option, you can’t beat the simplicity of popping a gluten-free meal into the oven. Our products at Feel Good Foods are perfect for a casual weeknight or a celebratory dinner. Most of our snackable, shareable products fit the bill if you’re prepping for your next potluck. Our mini pierogies, egg rolls, and mac & cheese bites are our top picks for a gluten-free holiday feast!
And, if you’re looking for celiac-friendly charcuterie and appetizer spread inspiration, our post on The Feel Good Holiday Season is a great place to start.
Some of the biggest holiday dinner hurdles for gluten-free guests come down to cross-contamination. If you’re planning on serving both gluten-containing and gluten-free dishes at your next party, here are our main pieces of advice:
If a loved one has recently discovered a gluten allergy or intolerance, gifting snacks from Feel Good Foods is a great way to help them find delicious meals sans allergens. Cook up a batch of your favorite product from Feel Good Foods, or bring them a few boxes to stock their freezer. There are plenty of other ways to advocate for gluten-free folks; check out our guide on how to support a friend with celiac disease for more tips.
You’re sure to work up an appetite amongst the hustle and bustle of the holidays; give yourself the gift of convenient deliciousness by saving a few boxes of Feel Good Foods for your own freezer!