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Not sure what to get friends and family for gifts this year? Make some personalized gluten free and dairy free homemade food gifts! We’re sharing 40+ allergy friendly edible gifts you can make for holiday gift giving, with plenty of nut free, low carb, paleo, and vegan options.
Can you believe Christmas is only next month?
I can tell you I’ve been ready for Christmas since July since it means this crazy year will be that much closer to ending.
Plus Christmas is my favorite holiday of the year and I’m ready to jump headlong into the Christmas baking and decorating and dinners with family.
We usually don’t give gifts outside our immediate family since it can get pretty expensive trying to buy things for tons of people. But if you love gift giving and want to give all the gifts, we’ve got the perfect post for you!
We gathered up over 40 gluten free and dairy free homemade food gifts for you! Every recipe is dairy free and gluten free, plus there are a lot of nut free, paleo, low carb, and vegan options here as well.
Homemade gifts are a lot of fun to make and give, plus they’re often more affordable as well and are easy to customize for your favorite people.
Create these dairy free hot chocolate spoons for a sweet and creamy cup of hot cocoa any time, or to give as gifts! These hot cocoa spoons are gluten free, easy to make, and a fun winter project for kids.
Our gluten free and dairy free Holiday Chocolate Pretzel Bark perfectly combines sweet, salty, crunchy, and creamy into one delicious treat. This makes a great homemade gift, and it’s vegan and top 8 free as well!
I've never met anyone who didn't love infused olive oils but so few people have ever made them. These oils come together and minutes and are great drizzled over a soup or salad or just served with some good bread.
This salted chocolate honeycomb recipe is surprisingly easy to make and you only need four ingredients. It makes a fantastic homemade edible Christmas gift. Make it in just 15 minutes with 5 ingredients! Naturally vegan and gluten-free.
Amaretto cherries are one of those things that costs a fortune at the delicacy store. Generally, they are also sold out during the holiday season because they’re an excellent addition to many festive dishes.
A classic German cookie, Zimsterne, or cinnamon stars, are a must for your holiday cookie trays. Similar to a macaroon, these cut out cookies are made with almonds, egg whites, sugar, and cinnamon. Plus, they're gluten and dairy free.
Paleo and gluten free Honey Rosemary Roasted Cashews are just 4 ingredients and are absolutely delicious. Simply make the honey rosemary mixture and roast until caramelized. They make an easy appetizer, snack, or homemade gift for the holidays.
Lightly sweetened candied pecans come together in just minutes on the stovetop. They have a crackling sugar glaze. They add a delightful sweetness to salads, or give away a jar full of them as a homemade gift.
What to do with a crop of spicy peppers? Hot sauce seemed like the way to go – I couldn’t think of any other use for them, and there were so many peppers to deal with that I figured I’d share the wealth. It is almost holiday season after all.
This recipe for Cherry tomato jam is amazing on sandwiches, burgers, over eggs, on pizza and more. The possibilities are endless! Sweet and savoury this jam is the best way to use up a garden full of fresh Cherry tomatoes!
Burger Seasoning, an easy all-purpose DIY spice blend that is perfect for all kinds of burgers including beef, chicken, turkey, pork, or even veggie! Make your own homemade Burger Seasoning mix in minutes for yourself or use it as a simple gift idea for your friends and family.
If you're on the hunt for the perfect seasoning mixture, this Smoky BBQ Dry Rub Recipe is pure gold. Cayenne pepper, smoked paprika, cumin, and a few other delicious spices combine to make one killer taste!
This coarse nut & seed mix was inspired by a favorite product at Trader Joe's. The most popular way to use dukkah is by first dipping bread into extra virgin olive oil. Then immediately dip it into a small bowl of dukkah
You will love this easy Homemade Stone House Seasoning Mix recipe that is quick that effortlessly amps up the flavour of sooooo many everyday dishes. Even better, this seasoning blend is made with 3 ingredients you already have in your spice cupboard.
Sarah Jane Parker is the founder, recipe creator, and photographer behind The Fit Cookie. She’s a food allergy mom and healthy living blogger based in Wyoming. Sarah is also an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revolution Running certified running coach, and an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist