Assemble your own thoughtful gluten-free food basket. Go to a local grocery store and round up delectable gluten-free goods such as rice, quinoa, wine, gluten-free crackers, walnuts or other healthy and tantalizing treats. (Special tip: Research, print and stick a few fabulous gluten-free recipes in your basket!)
Since wood is rather porous, it's imperative that newly gluten-free folks replace their rolling pins. Gluten-free recipes tend to work a lot with dough, so you'll want to have this kitchen essential on hand.
Old cutting boards can have a ton of scratches in them. If you're new to the gluten-free world, it's time to invest in a new set to take precaution. Always been gluten-free? Brand new cutting boards are always exciting!
Gluten-free is a lifestyle. Why not get your gluten-free devoted friends or family a subscription to a magazine? They'll appreciate the sentiment (and they'll always have something fun to look toward in their mailbox).
Get gluten-free food and body products all in one swoop! These genius lotions offer a long-lasting silky feel in the tantalizing aromas of coconut, tropical coconut and sweet almond. Plus, they make great stocking stuffers!
These days, gluten-free is becoming all the rage. If you or someone you knows has an allergy to wheat, or if you're simply looking to steer clear of gluten in your diet, it can make shopping tricky (especially as the holidays roll around). Our goal? To eliminate the tricky part, and introduce you to a few top recommendations that will not only make your shopping experience fun, but a lot easier.
Check out our top 10 gluten-free gift guide suggestions for this holiday season.