Gluten Free Treats for the Holiday Season

Tasty Gluten Free Cookies from King Arthur Flour

Tasty Gluten Free Cookies from King Arthur Flour

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. People are traveling all over the country to be with their loved ones. Gifts are being wrapped and placed under twinkling Christmas trees. Friends and families are being reunited. Kitchens everywhere smell of aromatic spices and tasty treats. It’s a time to rest, spend time at home, cook delicious meals and have fun. This month has been a whirlwind for me with work, holiday parties, events at my son’s school, visits from relatives and traveling to be with family. I haven’t had so much time to spend in my kitchen whipping up new treats for my blog, so I thought I would round up some delicious gluten free, healthy treats that you can bake at home from some of my favorite blogs and recipe sites. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

Gluten Free Cranberry Bliss Bars

If you love the Starbucks pastry counter, you will love this healthier, gluten free version of their cranberry bliss bars. Totally delicious, they won’t last long. This post comes from my friend Laura’s blog Mommy Run Fast.

Gluten Free Gingerbread Cookies

These are a must for every holiday party. I love King Arthur flours and am excited that they now have a gluten free range. Have fun decorating these with your kids!

Paleo Caramel Brownies

These are so rich and delicious. I love the gluten free recipes on Elana’s Pantry blog and these are especially amazing for the holiday season! My daughter is dairy free right now so these are a big hit in our house.

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