Looking for the perfect gift for someone on your list who is gluten-free? Look no further! Here is your A-Z Gift Guide for anyone on your list!
Gluten Free Gift Giving Ideas from A to Z
Creating a safe space that is gluten-free often requires a complete revamp of the kitchen. Appliances like toasters, blenders, and food processors often need to be replaced to ensure food safety.
When learning to cook entirely gluten-free, cookbooks are an especially welcome gift. Also, informative books on celiac disease and gluten intolerance are nice to have at your fingertips.
One of the first items in the kitchen that need to be replaced are the cutting boards. Silicone, wooden, or plastic – any style works in the gluten-free kitchen. See Must-Have Kitchen Tools for a Healthy Diet.
The learning curve for going gluten-free can be daunting. A gluten free bread or dessert mix can help with the overwhelm.
Eggs are a common ingredient in gluten-free baking. Help make egg separating easy, with an egg separator.
Food Containers, Reusable
When switching a kitchen to gluten-free, most all plastic must be replaced including food containers. Cute containers that are not contaminated are an excellent gift.
Reusable grocery bags, especially ones that are marked for specific grocery items, can be a useful and fun gift.
To add some whimsy and a splash of color to your gift, you might consider silicone cupcake holders, cake and bread pans, casserole dishes, or a pizza stone.
Useful for blending and whipping, an immersion blender is a must-have for the gluten-free cook!
Going gluten-free often leads to more consumption of fruits and vegetables. An excellent way to use leftover produce is juicing!
Gluten-free baking requires precision for texture and consistency. A good kitchen scale is an invaluable tool for success.
It might be easier to pack lunches rather than to try to find a trustworthy gluten-free eat out option. An adorable lunchbox can serve as a fun reminder to pack a mid-day meal and a fun way to encourage preplanning.
The key to success is often planning ahead and meal planning is no exception. A functional and fun meal planner with a fun pen is a great gift idea!
Nut Flour Chart
Cooking with new flour, especially nut flour, can be intimidating. A resource for conversions, when to substitute, etc is sure helpful.
Flavored oils are a wonderful gift to give!
Periodical Magazine Subscription
Filled with recipes and gluten-free living tips, magazines are a gift that can be enjoyed all year long!
Putting together a basket with some of your gluten-free favorites, including quinoa pasta and gluten-free pasta sauce and a bread mix is a fun gift to give and receive.
Recipe Cards and Holder
Friends and relatives are bound to share their favorite tried-and-true gluten-free recipes. Cute recipe cards and holders are a fun way to keep the new recipes in one place.
Did you know there are gluten-free monthly subscription boxes? What a neat way to try new items.
Who wouldn’t love a day away learning something new and trying yummy foods?
Under-Counter Can Opener
A space-saving device, an under-counter can opener is sure to be helpful.
If your gluten-free gift recipient loves pasta, this is a wonderful gift idea! Replacing pasta with zucchini spirals or making curly fries are just a couple of the options for this versatile tool.
Understated. Overused. Indispensable.
Used as a thickener for soups, stews and gravy, learning to use xanthum gum is vital to gluten-free success.
As snack options change, yogurt is often a go-to in gluten-free families. One of the least expensive and healthiest ways to enjoy yogurt is to make your own.
Zojirushi Bread Maker
One appliance that has to be replaced in the newly gluten-free home is the bread maker. The Zojirushi is the cadillac version and is well known to make excellent gluten-free breads.
As you can see, the options are endless for gluten-free gift giving. The list above is just a start to the helpful and useful ideas that are available. And, if these ideas aren’t enough, you could always send a box of gluten-free Snackers ;)
Tandy Hogate is a work from home wife, mom of four, and grandma to two. She lives on a farm in Alaska with her family and critters (her favorite critter being her rather large dog Fezzik). She enjoys traveling, writing, studying the bible, reading, hiking, working on the farm, sewing, and spending just as much time as possible with her family. Her favorite place is the river and her favorite sound is laughter.