Gluten-Free Nuts & Snacks for the Holidays — Menu Plan December 28

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HolidaySnacksThe Gluten-Free Menu Swap finishes off the month with one more roundup of Gluten-Free Holiday Food Gift ideas. This week, the theme is Gluten-Free Nuts & Snacks.

Just because Christmas is over, doesn’t mean that you can’t still give gifts to friends and neighbors. Make it a gift to celebrate the New Year!

Nuts and Snacks are great to give as holiday gifts or hostess gifts. They are pretty quick and easy to mix up, and they last longer than baked goods. Place them in a nice jar or dish to present as a gift, or just bag it up with a nice bow.

They are also great to serve at Holiday parties, New Year celebrations, Superbowl parties, Cocktail parties, etc. Of course, if you’re giving nuts, I suggest you check to make sure the recipient doesn’t have nut allergies.

Gluten-Free Nuts:

Gluten-Free Snacks:

Other Gluten-Free Recipe Roundups for Food Gifts this month:


Celiac Family’s Menu This Week:

Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

Potato & Green Bean Salad

Potato & Green Bean Salad

Indian Chicken

Indian Chicken

Monday – Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Red Potato and Green Bean Salad

Tuesday – Indian Chicken with Jasmine Rice, roasted Brussels Sprouts

Wednesday – leftovers

Christmas Eve – Hamburgers, French Fries, roasted broccoli

Christmas Day – Eating Out

Saturday – Beef Stew

SundayBaked Salmon with a Balsamic Glaze, Spinach Salad

Gluten Free Menu Swap Roundup

Mom’s Plans: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free
Melissa has some great meals on her family’s menu this week: Turkey Pot Pie, Slow-Cooker Chicken Fajitas, Parker’s Split Pea Soup, Paleo Beef Stew, and Omelets. She also has recipe links for Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry and Tuna Noodle Casserole. Check out her full menu plan for all the links.

The Girl Who Couldn’t Eat Anything: eating without Gluten, Dairy, Peanuts, Oats, or Meat
Elisabeth cleaned out her pantry and freezer, and found food to use up in meals this week. He family will be eating Hamburgers and BBQ Chicken Legs, Waffles, Cheeseburger Soup, Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese, Smoothies, Popcorn, and Pizza. For lunch ideas and recipe links, check out the full menu plan.

Come back later to check this week’s post and see who else may be sharing their gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for gluten-free nuts and snacks for holiday gifts or entertaining.

Want to join Gluten-Free Menu Swap?

  • For this week’s roundup, email your menu link to celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Or, simply put your menu link in the comments below.
  • Join us next week for sharing more gluten-free menus, recipe links, and ideas for DIY gluten-free mixes.
  • The Gluten-Free Menu Swap Page has the current schedule of themes and hosts. If you’d like to host a future week, please send me an email (celiacfamily[AT]gmail[DOT]com) with your preferred date and theme. We welcome suggested themes, too!

Need more menu ideas?

  • smallbuttonLaura at hosts Menu Plan Monday every week. You’ll find links to hundreds of meal plans (not necessarily gluten-free) there.
  • Or, check out some of my past menu plans.
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I love extending the holiday season a bit! After the main hullabaloo, one can take some time and remember others as you say. 🙂 Lots of great links, Heather! Thanks so much for sharing my Sweet and Crunchy Snack Mix.

Happy New Year!


I do want to come back and add a comment that I personally don’t feel that “gluten-free” Cheerios are safe for anyone who eats gluten free for health reasons. Even after the recall, many are still getting ill from eating them. Now that the Lucky Charms–which are also made of oat flour from mainstream oats, not purity protocol oats–are appearing on shelves, the same thing is happening with them. I know folks have to make their own judgments, but I’m not sure that everyone is aware of the concerns.


Shirley — Thanks for your input. I know there are many people who can’t eat oats at all. The celiacs at my house haven’t experienced any problems with gluten-free oats, including Cheerios.

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