Christmas is almost here! Here's a list of gluten-free Christmas products for 2022 so you too can enjoy all the festive treats, like gingerbread houses, chocolates, candy canes, cookies, and more!
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Gluten-Free Christmas Products For 2022
- Gluten-Free Christmas Products For 2022
About This Gluten-Free Christmas Roundup
This roundup post is a little different than others I've created on my website before. Since so many people will be searching for these holiday products very soon, I thought having a list of them all in one place could be helpful!
The challenge of these products is that the majority of them are best purchased online. The availability of them in stores is limited and can be difficult to find. So my best advice is to order them early.
Additionally, many gluten-free businesses are small business owners. They rely on your support and purchases during the holiday season! Here's a list of 15 gluten-free small businesses to buy from during the holidays!
It's important to note that the holiday products listed here are predominantly US-Based. The UK and other countries have slightly different gluten-free treats for the holiday season.
Here are some great gluten-free Christmas products for your holiday fun!
Gluten-Free Gingerbread Houses
Gingerbread House Kits available for purchase online:
Yum Earth - Top 8 Free Gingerbread House Kit $39.99
A & J Bakery - Local bakery here in New England that ships their gluten-free & allergy-friendly gingerbread house kit. $42.
Little GF Chefs- Gluten Free & Allergy Free Subscription Box. Great for kids! $45.
These cookies can be found in grocery stores (like Trader Joe's - unfortunately, their products can't be bought online), on Amazon, or even Thrive Market. I've also seen gluten-free holiday cookies occasionally in Marshall's or TJ Maxx!
NEW for 2021 & Limited Time: Schar Speculoos (spiced cookies) and Tempties (wafer with hazelnut & chocolate!) These holiday treats from Schar won't last long, so make sure you get them while you can. They are available online here.
Mi-Del Ginger Snaps - Ginger snap cookies. They also make ready to use pie crusts!
Trader Joe's Crispy Crunchy Ginger Chunk Cookies - They have a great spice and crisp texture.
Trader Joe's Candy Cane Joe-Joe's - Like Oreo cookies but with candy-cane flavoring.
Goodie Girl Mint Cookies - Chocolate cookies with mint. Almost like Thin Mints!
Walker's Shortbread Holiday Assortment - These are classic shortbread cookies made gluten-free. Grab this holiday assortment!
Schar Shortbread Cookies - Schar makes another tasty Shortbread cookie.
Siete Foods Mexican Wedding Cookies - Grain-Free cookies from Siete Foods, that also make amazing tortillas.
Cookies Con Amore - Selection of a variety of gluten-free cookies packaged & perfect for gift baskets!
Sweet Amsterdam Stroopwafels - Dutch wafer cookies made gluten-free. Addictive!
Enjoy Life - Allergen-Free cookies that come in two flavors for the holidays!
Gluten-Free Advent Calendars
Advent Calendars mark the beginning of the Christmas season in the Catholic Church. I loved opening these as a child! There's a treat to enjoy every single day from December 1st through 24th. These companies offer gluten-free versions.
For Chocolate Advent Calendars:
No Whey - This is the Advent calendar I have. The chocolates are tasty!
Safe Sweets - Another great allergen-free company.
Amanda's Own - Bakery that offers Advent calendars and chocolates.
For An Alternative (Jam!):
Bonne Maman Jam - I've never seen a jam Advent Calendar, but hey, why not?
Gluten-Free Gift Baskets
William James Gifts - A new local New England company that creates delicious gluten-free gift baskets! The owner has celiac disease!
Gluten-Free Snacks & Treats
Pre-made cookies, crackers, and other holiday treats.
Katz's Cinnamon Rugelach - A German treat perfect for the holidays!
Amanda's Own Chocolate Lollipops - They also make Advent calendars as listed above.
No Whey Chocolate Lollipops - More lollipops from another chocolate company!
Maine Crisp Cranberry & Almond Crackers - These crackers have a nice bite and great flavor for the fall/winter months. They pair perfectly with some aged cheese.
Yum Earth Allergy-Friendly Candy Canes - Fabulous option if you like candy canes!
Siete Foods Buñuelos: Cinnamon Crisps that taste like churros in chip form! Certified Gluten-free, paleo, and vegan.
Gluten-Free Baking Mixes
If baking really isn't your thing, try a baking mix! These are a perfect alternative and easier way to enjoy some tasty treats at home.
Williams-Sonoma Gluten-Free Ginger Quick Bread - Any mix from Williams Sonoma is tasty.
Krusteaz Cinnamon Swirl Coffee Cake - This mix, and their brownie mix, are equally dreamy.
King Arthur Sugar Cookie Mix - Use some fun cookie cutters to make these even better.
This Italian Christmas bread is a staple for many in their families. Trader Joe's makes a gluten-free version you can find in stores, or there's this one, straight from Italy. There are also recipes for it online.
Gluten & Dairy Free Egg Nog
While you can make egg nog, it's very heavy on the dairy. And if you have lactose intolerance like me (in addition to being gluten-free for celiac disease), it's way too heavy. I found this product in grocery stores last year and it was delicious!
Final Thoughts: Gluten-Free Christmas Products
I know these are not nearly everything available out there, but it's a good list to get you started!
Looking for more gluten-free holiday guides?
Need ideas for what to give your family/friend with celiac disease for Christmas? Check out the entire gluten-free holiday gift guide!
Feel prepared to tackle the holiday season this year & eat safely with this celiac holiday survival guide.
Looking to bake some cookies? This recipe roundup has gluten-free Christmas cookies from other celiac & gluten-free food bloggers.
Support your small businesses! This list of 15 companies all ship and support the celiac & gluten-free community.
What are your favorite gluten-free Christmas products?
Let me know in the comments!