Tuesday, December 18, 2012

I’m dreaming of a gluten free Christmas…

Stuck on what to cook for Christmas lunch?  We have put together a few of our favourite recipes to give you some inspiration.

As your guests arrive, it’s always nice to have a few drinks and nibbles ready before the big feast comes out.

This Apple Pomegranate Sparkler from Yummy Mummy Kitchen is a light and refreshing drink that will work up your guest’s appetite.

{Photography & styling by Yummy Mummy Kitchen}

We love cheese, so there is always a cheese platter at our parties. This cute Christmas tree cheese platter from The Nibble is such a great idea!

{Photography & styling by The Nibble}

Or for something quick and simple, these Prosciutto Wrapped Pears by A Cozy Kitchen would make a delicious starter.

{Photography & styling by A Cozy Kitchen}

For the main event, turkey and glazed ham is always on our table.

For a gluten free stuffing, try this Quinoa Sage Stuffing by Living Simply Gluten Free.

{Photography & styling by Living Simply Gluten Free}

Or how can you go past this Honey & Orange Glazed Ham by Wheel and Barrow? It will make any Christmas table look fancy!

{Photography & styling by Wheel and Barrow}

For a light salad on the side, try this Grilled Watermelon Salad from Planet Carol's Anthropological Guide to the Universe, sounds unusual but it is surprising a nice combination.

{Photography & styling by Planet Carol's Anthropological Guide to the Universe}

And now for our favourite part of the day … DESSERT!!

Gluten Free on a shoestring has a recipe for GF Christmas Panettone, which looks amazing.

{Photography & styling by Gluten Free on a shoestring}

If this is too complicated, you can purchase it at EnotecaSileno

Or try this “no baking” Dark Chocolate Bark with Pistachios, dried Cranberries and Sea Salt recipe from With Style & Grace. It's so simple and looks delicious!

{Photography & styling by With Style & Grace}

And lastly, why not spice up your GF cupcakes with this cute Christmas Tree decorating idea from Erica's Sweet Tooth.

{Photography & styling by Erica's Sweet Tooth}

We hope these ideas have helped make your gluten free Christmas less stressful. 

Wishing you all have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Looking forward to bringing you much more in 2013.
 


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2 comments:

  1. LOVE the Christmas tree brownies! Absolutely adorable!

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  2. Aren't they just beautiful, so creative :)

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