Gluten-Free Holiday Baking
GLUTENFREE GINGERBREAD MEN Melissa dâArabian Food Network White Rice Flour, Tapioca Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Baking Soda, Xanthan Gum, Ginger, Cinnamon, Pumpkin Pie Spice, Salt, Butter, Egg, Dark Brown Sugar, Blackstrap Molasses, Glutenfree Vanilla Extract, Candies, Nuts, Sprinkles, Egg Whites, Orange Juice, Confectionersâ Sugar, Food Coloring
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The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is unofficially known as holiday baking season, but those who are sensitive to or intolerant of gluten needn’t miss out on all the sweet seasonal treats that are typically laden with wheat flour and other gluten-containing ingredients.
A blend of white rice, tapioca and buckwheat flours gives these spiced classics their authentic crunch. Now everyone can indulge in the season’s favorite cookie.
Get the Recipe: Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men
For another cookie platter option, try these light and crisp chocolate meringues that are studded with walnuts. These treats are naturally gluten-free.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate Meringue Cookies
If you’re hosting houseguests this year, make a bountiful breakfast of gluten-free goodies. They’ll love these beautiful doughnuts that happen to be wheat-flour-free.
Get the Recipe: Gluten-Free Sugar-Glazed Doughnuts
Or try these golden waffles — rice, tapioca and chickpea flours create a delicate texture.
Get the Recipe: Light and Airy Gluten-Free Waffles
If you’re looking for a gluten-free grand finale, try this elegant and luxe chocolate and almond tart.
Get the Recipe: Gluten-Free Chocolate-Frangipane Tart
Or serve individual desserts that have been infused with seasonal cheer by way of a hefty glug of eggnog.
Get the Recipe: Eggnog-Cheesecake Muffins
For more gluten-free holiday treats, check out this recipe roundup.