A Gluten-Free Holiday

by Maggie on October 24, 2011

I am so excited to be part of an exciting seasonal event called Gluten-Free Holiday.

Amy Green from Simply Sugar and Gluten-Free created the event to make holidays even easier for those of us who are gluten-free.  Check out the details below:


The holidays are stressful enough without worrying whether your gluten-free pie crust or your Apple Spice Cake will turn out. We want to make this season as easy as possible by sharing our favorite kitchen tested gluten-free recipes.


Yes, we.  Amy and 5 of her gluten-free blogging friends.
And, of course you! If you weren’t there it just wouldn’t be a holiday celebration.

Here’s the scoop….

On Thursdays in November and December, a different gluten-free blogger will host a link-up event where you can share your best gluten-free holiday dishes and browse for recipes to add to your menu.

Every week we’ll have a cookbook giveaway, too. You can link up or leave a comment to enter.

Dates & Themes:

November 3rd – Healthier Through The Holidays at Simply Sugar and Gluten-Free.
With cookies and rich meals all around during the holiday season, it’s smart to think about how to stay healthy. Bring your favorite healthier dish to SS&GF. Or, share your secrets for maintaining your sanity and health during the holiday hustle and bustle.

November 10th – Thanksgiving Favorites at at Cook It Allergy Free.
Share your favorite gluten-free Thanksgiving dish from appetizers to desserts at Kim’s allergy-friendly blog. We want to see your stuffing, turkey dishes, pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes, cranberry jelly…anything Thanksgiving goes. (To our Canadian friends – please share your Thanksgiving dishes, too! We know you celebrated earlier than the US!)

November 17th – Edible Gifts at Tasty Eats at Home.
There’s nothing that says love like a gift from the kitchen. Share your top tips for making treats to give, along with how you package them too!

December 1st – Holiday Entrees & Sides Dishes at Daily Bites.
Bring your family’s favorite entrees and sides for Christmas and Hanukkah. We want to see the savory dishes your family loves the most. Or, experiment with a new recipe and bring it to Hallie’s.

December 8th – Holiday Breakfast & Brunch at Diet, Dessert, and Dogs.
Christmas morning breakfasts and holiday brunches are my favorite meals of the season. Fresh cinnamon rolls, fruit salad, and so much more! Help someone else find the perfect dish for their holiday breakfast or brunch.

December 15th – Holiday Desserts at She Let Them Eat Cake.
Just like it sounds – bring me your favorite gluten-free dessert for all to share. Cookies, pies, truffles, cakes, and candies….we want to try them all.

What now?
Get your recipe box and cookbooks out. Start browsing…then get in the kitchen and start cooking for the best ever gluten-free holiday!

See you on November 3rd at Simply Sugar and Gluten-Free!

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

yolanda October 24, 2011 at 11:16 am

New to the gluten free world!!!!! Soooo excited about this! Thanks Bunches!


Maggie October 24, 2011 at 1:22 pm

You’re welcome Yolanda! And welcome to the gluten-free world – it’s a good one 🙂


Spring October 24, 2011 at 11:25 am

I am so excited about this linky part! I’ve been spending 31 Days doing blogging about less stress with food allergies… now I’ll kick back and gather some new ideas from all of you! (I’ll link about this linky part on my blog this week too!)


Maggie October 24, 2011 at 1:43 pm

Me too Spring! It’s a great way to get organized! Thanks so much for sharing on your blog – can you give me the link to yours? I’d love to check out your 31 days series!


Kristin @ Peace, Love and Muesli October 25, 2011 at 6:27 am

Fun! I practiced some Thanksgiving treats that I am aiming to post for American Thanksgiving. I’ll link up.


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