Sugar plums, gingerbread, ribbon candy, candy canes, hot chocolate, chocolate gold coins, huge navel oranges, chocolate dipped dried orange slices, these are the treats I associate with Christmas. What are your special Christmas treats? What do you always crave this time of year? What will you be making for your Christmas dinner? My mother always made a duck or a goose. I will probably opt for a lower fat bird. I can’t seem to stomach the goose anymore, no matter how delicious.
And what will you be baking? Please add your allergy-friendly Christmas recipes below. We are all, always, looking for inspiration.
Thank you for contributing to last weeks’ Allergy-Friendly Friday! Here are the recipe highlights from last roundup. Remember, the featured recipes are also being featured on my Allergy-Friendly Friday Highlights Pinterest board, so check them out there, along with other featured allergy-friendly recipes from weeks past. If you have been featured, I encourage you to grab the Allergy Friendly Friday badge from my right sidebar and share it on your blog, so others know you’ve got a featured recipe on Allergy-Friendly Friday.
The Winter Holidays are in FULL SWING! I am ready to start baking up a storm of allergy-friendly goodies. But I also need some inspiration from you folks. What are you making this holiday season? What are your favorite cookie recipes? Do you make a ham or a goose for Christmas dinner? What about your latkes? PLEASE share your recipes below. Can’t wait to see what you’ve got cooking!
Thank you for contributing to last two weeks’ Allergy-Friendly Friday! Here are the recipe highlights from last roundup. Remember, the featured recipes are also being featured on my Allergy-Friendly Friday Highlights Pinterest board, so check them out there, along with other featured allergy-friendly recipes from weeks past. If you have been featured, I encourage you to grab the Allergy Friendly Friday badge from my right sidebar and share it on your blog, so others know you’ve got a featured recipe on Allergy-Friendly Friday.
- Gingerbread Cookies from Hope’s Kitchen
- Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Tart with Gluten-Free Crust from Elegantly, Gluten-Free
- Split Pea Soup with Rutabaga Croutons (very excited about this!) from Veggie Nook
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Bring on the winter holidays! My favorite. And I’ll tell you why: the lights and the candles rock my world. When I was growing up, I used to just lie under the Christmas tree gazing up at the colored lights. We lived in the middle of the woods, and would go out, choose a tree, chop it down, and drag it home on a sled. No, I’m not Laura Ingalls Wilder. But we did have a Little House on the Prairie type childhood in many ways. The trees we brought home weren’t “pretty” trees like the ones I buy today at the Christmas Tree lot, they were always irregular, and had a lot of space between the limbs, but that meant we could load them up with lots and lots of lights and decorations, and also, the cat could easily climb the tree, which resulted in a lot of broken glass ornaments. One year my cat ate the tinsel too, but I digress. I’ve always had a fondness for scrawny imperfect trees. I want to hug them. TMI? Another fond memory about the lights: there were spaces between the boards in the walls of our house (which I will go into another time when there is more room to explain the weird house/barn I grew up in), so another thing I loved to do was lie in my parents bed and look at the beams of colored light that were streaming through the cracks in the walls. It was magical. You could literally see the colored light beams shooting through the cracks and flying through the air.
And of course, the winter holidays are also about food. Particularly baked goods, in my opinion. I even like fruit cake. Yup, there, I said it. What are your favorite Hanukkah, Christmas, and/or Quanza recipes? Or memories? Please share your December Holiday recipes below. This linky event will go for TWO WEEKS. So post up to DECEMBER 23rd. Nogs, punch, cookies, cakes, soups, stuffings, casseroles, whatever you got, share it here. Even if it’s a Christmas Goose. Or I should say, particularly if it’s a Christmas Goose. We want to know what you’ll be cooking for your Allergy Friendly Hanukkah, Christmas, or Quanza. (apparently Coconut Cream Cake is a Quanza dessert. I want that NOW!)
Some fabulous allergy-free and gluten-free highlights from the last week’s are:
- DIY Powdered Egg Replacer/Substitute from the Whole New Mom
- The Best Crispy Rice Treats from Fox in the Kitchen (Way better than a Fox in the Barn, for sure!!!)
- Cranberry Eggnog Bread Pudding from Allergy-Free Vintage Cookery
- Baked Fregola Sarda & Fruit Stuffed Apples with Coconut Vanilla Bean Ice Cream from The Allergic Kid
Please add your allery-free and gluten-free Christmas, Hanukkah, and Quanza recipe links to Allergy-Friendly Friday. PLEASE remember you have to link back from your post, for me to feature your recipe. That means link WITH A HYPERLINK THAT LINKS BACK HERE. When you link back to this post, you can share both your own and other’s fabulous allergy-friendly recipes. Am I repeating myself? And remember, I specialize in creating gluten-free recipes that are free of the top 8 food allergens, but yours don’t have to be. They just have to be allergy-friendly in SOME way.
ALLERGY-FRIENDLY FRIDAY LINK GUIDELINES: PLEASE READ!
- Please add only ONE post per blog.
- Please LINK back to this post so that your readers can find ALL the recipes linked to here. This is a sharing page.
- Link to your individual recipe post, NOT your homepage.
- Recipes DO NOT have to be completely allergen-free, just ALLERGY-FRIENDLY in some way.
- When you link, let us know who you are. For example, I might add old fashioned gingersnaps (cybele @cybelepascal.com)