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December 12, 2012

Gluten Free Holiday Gift Guide

Christmas is less than 2 weeks away, I can't believe it! I don't know about you, but I am still shopping for several individuals on my list some of which are gluten free. If you're having a tough time deciding on a gift for a gluten free friend or family member I have put together the following list of events, products, and items all GLUTEN FREE that a Celiac can enjoy in the Southern California region. I know I would love to receive any of the below items, hint hint! :)

Please share any gluten free gifts you plan on giving this year, always open to new ideas!

1. Heart Shaped Measuring Cups from Pottery Barn for baking gluten free.

2. Subscription to Delight Magazine- click HERE to purchase. 

3. Gift Certificate to a gluten free restaurant in the area. Visit Gluten Free In SD for a comprehensive list of restaurants.  

4. Great News! Cooking Class, there are currently 2 scheduled for the beginning of the year that are focused on the gluten free diet. Click below for details. This could be a fun activity for both of you to enjoy!

5. Gift Certificate to Sprinkles in La Jolla, CA- Gluten Free Red Velvet cupcakes are always available and always delicious!

6. Gluten free cookie and baking mixes, The Pure Pantry collection is one of my favorites!

7. Register a friend to receive fully prepared uncooked gluten free meals from Healthy Creations. Your friend can enjoy a stress free gluten free meal that does not require a lot time or preparation.  These are a great to have after a long day at work. Click HERE for a menu. 

8. A basket FULL of gluten free goodies- Last year at work my "Secret Santa" put together a delicious basket of gluten free mixes, sauces, chips, crackers, bars, popcorn and a beverage! 

9. A ticket to the 2013 Celiac Disease Foundation Conference & Food Faire- click HERE for details.  Click HERE for my recap of the 2012 conference.

10. Luna Protein Bars are my favorite gluten free snack on the run, so why not a box filled with Luna Bars?? You can purchase online or at any grocery store. 

11. I am always a fan of "Do It Yourself" projects, especially when it comes to homemade baked items! Easy Eats has put together a DIY recipe for pancakes in a jar. It's cute, easy & gluten free!  You can also try cookies and cupcakes in jar!

12. What better way to raise awareness than gluten free apparel?!?! Check out Zazzle for an extensive gluten free collection. 

13. Simply Gluten Free Quick Meals by Carol Kicinski- Purchase on Amazon for only $19.79!

Happy Gluten Free Shopping!

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