You’ll find a number of Christmas worthy recipes in this week’s gluten-free meal plan. The cinnamon rolls are so yummy and have been a family favorite for Christmas morning! We all really love the salmon too, which I often make on Christmas Eve. You can find more of my favorite Christmas recipes here.
Baked Salmon – This salmon is very easy to make, and so delicious!
Slow Cooker Honey Mustard Ham – If you don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen, this ham is super easy.
Ham Loaf – This is a delicious way to use leftover ham. My family always enjoys it.
Salisbury Steak – Here’s a tasty way to dress up ground beef.
Slow Cooker Beef and Green Beans – Slow cooked beef always turns out nice and tender.
Italian Sausage and Pasta – This is an easy stove top meal for a busy evening.
Smoked Sweet Potatoes – These can be made in the over or with a smoker and make a great side dish.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts – Roasting is the best way to cook Brussels sprouts, in my opinion.
Homemade Cranberry Sauce – This homemade cranberry sauce make a perfect addition to the Christmas table.
Cinnamon Rolls – These are really, really good, and definitely Christmas worthy!
Cinnamon Pecan Coffee Cake – If you want to avoid grains and/or refined sugar, this is a moist and delicious cinnamony coffee cake that can take the place of cinnamon rolls.
Coconut Cashew Clove Balls – This recipe from my mom has been a hit with family and friends for years.
Chocolate Orange Truffles – These date balls are a healthier version of a yummy treat.
Paleo Snickerdoodles – The texture of this paleo version is more chewy than other snickerdoodles, but they still have that great cinnamon flavor.