Gluten-Free Gift Ideas for You and Me

Christmas gift goldIf you need to purchase a gift for a gluten-free loved one, or need ideas to pass on to those who are getting gifts for you, here are a few ideas.  These items can easily be purchased at Amazon.  The following Amazon links are affiliate links.  You can read more about that farther down in this post.

Gluten Free Christmas Gift Basket

Gluten-Free Gift Baskets – You could also try individual companies and see if they offer a gift basket.  Or, put together your own basket.

Gluten-Free Foods- especially ones you might not normally buy for yourself. Maye a favorite cookie or granola.  You could also purchase frozen baked goods from a store.

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 Gluten-Free Cookbooks- There are lots of good ones to choose from.  This is one of my favorites.

Cuisinart CSB-77 Smart Stick Hand Blender with Whisk and Chopper Attachments

Kitchen Gadgets – Though not especially gluten free, these can be a lot of fun and very useful.  Check out my Tools of the Trade posts to see  which ones I like.

You may have noticed that my title said gluten-free gifts for you and me.  I’ll get to my most wanted gift in a minute, but first I want to tell you about affiliate links.  An affiliate link such as the Amazon.com links in this post are links that are connected to my account.  When you go to Amazon through one of my links, they know you came from me, and they give me a very small commission on orders made through my links.  In fact, you don’t even have to purchase the items I link to.  Anything you order after getting to Amazon through my link will earn me commission.  That is one small way you could say thank you and give me a gift this year.

What would I most like from my readers?  I love receiving your comments and emails that tell me how my blog or recipes have been helpful to you. Last December I received an email from a reader, Sharon.  She wrote me such a nice thank you letter that I have been treasuring it all year.  Blogging is work, and your feedback keeps me going.  Even criticism and suggestions are welcome.  So if you would like to give me a Christmas gift this year, send me your thoughts in an email.




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Comments

  1. Melissa says:

    I often ask for gift cards to places where I can buy my favorite gluten free treats, like the local health foods store or trader joe's, and treat myself through the year. I'd love a gift basket, but since I have other food sensitivities, it's hard for others to shop for me.

  2. Cheryl Harris says:

    That's a great list, Linda. Wishing you and yours a great holiday.

  3. Merry Christmas Linda! I love your blog and really appreciate all your hard work. I recommend your blog to newly diagnosed people b/c you do such a great job. It is a great resource. I wish I knew about it 5 years ago when my daughter was diagnosed with Celiac. It still has great info and recipes for this 5 year veteran!

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