Wow, anyone else think Christmas has crept up on us super fast!? If, like me, you’re highly unorganised then fear not – I’m bringing you my gluten free Christmas gift guide for 2019! Whether you’re after some stocking fillers, a secret Santa gift, an experience for a loved one of just something special, I’ve got a whole host of goodies for you here! PLUS some little discount codes too from some of my favourite brands. Buy some awesome gifts and save your pennies!
I’ve tried to divide these up into a bit of an organised format, so hopefully you’ll find what you’re looking for. Let me know if there’s anything you’d recommend in the comments below!
Gluten free stocking filler ideas
Looking for some smaller gifts for a gluten free person’s stocking? Here are a few ideas of items which would make a lovely little gift!
Davina Steel Gingerbread Men – £1.75
This cute little personalised gluten free gingerbread man would make a lovely gift and is perfect for hanging on the tree. Buy online here.
Seed and Bean Christmas Cracker – £7.49
This cute Christmas cracker from Seed and Bean is filled with beautiful vegan chocolate bars, and they’re all gluten free. The spiced ginger is my favourite! Buy them on their website here.
Otter Vale Cranberry & Port Jelly – £2
I’m a huge fan of Otter Vale’s chutneys and jams (big up a Devon company!) but nothing screams Christmas like this award-winning cranberry and port chutney. Buy it on their website here.
Joe & Seph’s Mince Pie Gourmet Popcorn – £4
I have become borderline obsessed with the gourmet popcorn range from Joe & Sephs and it was so hard to choose one to feature. But it had to be this delightful mince pie one! Buy it here.
Mahi sauces – from £1.80
I’m a big savoury fan and love getting new sauces and treats to try in my stocking. These Mahi sauces sound lovely and there’s a fab range of them too. Buy them in Tesco.
Salcombe gin miniature gift set – £14
This is a little more than I’d usually pay for a stocking, but so worth it! Salcombe gin is another favourite from Devon (woop!) and their gin is delicious. Buy online here.
Nomo chocolate bars – 99p
For the gluten and dairy free person in your life – this NOMO chocolate is the best dairy free chocolate I’ve found so far. It tastes like the real deal! Find in Tesco and Waitrose.
Gluten free alcoholic gifts
The good news is for coeliacs that pretty much all alcohol is gluten free, bar beers, ales, lagers and stouts. And there are loads of gluten free beers out there too. This means there are plenty of options when it comes to alcoholic drinks for a gluten free friend or family member.
Mermaid gin – £35.89
This Mermaid Gin from Isle of Wight Distillery is SO beautiful I cannot stop looking at it. It would be the perfect gift for the gin-lover in your life. Find it online here.
Jubel beer gift set – £9.99 (10% DISCOUNT CODE FOR READERS!)
Jubel is hands down my favourite gluten free beer of all time – and if you haven’t tried it then now is the chance. Buy this for your friends. Buy it for yourself. Buy it for everyone! Get 10% off when you buy on Amazon – enter THEGFB10 at the checkout!
Cranes cider gift set – £16.99
Fruity cider is always a favourite of mine and this set from Crane’s cider looks great – I love that you get a glass with it too! The flavours sound delicious too. Buy it on Amazon here.
Wild Hare – £19 for eight bottles
What better to buy a beer fan than a crate of gluten free beer!? This gluten free pale ale from Wild Hare is lovely and would make a great gift. Buy it online here.
Caleño non-alcoholic spirit – £24.99
This bottle of Caleño non-alcoholic spirit would look so beautiful on the shelf. It’s the perfect gift for someone who still likes to enjoy a few drinks but isn’t so keen on the alcohol. Buy it online here.
Other gluten free gift ideas
If you’re looking for a main gift for someone, here are some ideas of things you could buy!
FREEE by Doves Farm gluten free hamper – from £30
FREEE by Doves Farm are offering a couple of gluten free baking hampers this year. A great gift idea for a baking fan or for someone new to coeliac disease. Check them out here.
‘Gluten free since’ tiny tee – from £18
Ahhh, HOW cute is this personalised tiny tee from Bryony Fripp illustration? All of her prints are so lovely but if you framed this it would make a fabulous gift. Buy online here.
Soda Stream My Only Bottle Reuseables Kit – £19.99
If like me, you’re trying to improve your sustainability, this would make a really thoughtful gift idea. It contains a bottle, bag and straw which you can use every day instead of single-use plastics. Buy it online here.
Origin Africa t-shirts – 30% OFF FOR READERS!
I’m a HUGE fan of Origins Africa – I love all their clothes and the fact they are a not-for-profit with all proceeds helping projects in Africa. Slow fashion is going to be a big focus for me in the coming months and I can’t recommend their tops enough! Get 30% off at the checkout by entering GFBLOGGER as well (excludes sale)! Buy online here.
Westlab bath salts – £6.99
I absolutely love bath salts and these festive ones from Westlab just look and smell amazing. A great gift for anyone really, but a hot bath can really help the symptoms of a glutening. Buy from Holland and Barrett.
Gluten free experiences
I’m a big advocate that experiences can often be a much better gift idea than ‘stuff’. Here are a couple of ideas for the gluten free person in your life…
River Cottage gluten free cookery course – £195
I tried a River Cottage gluten free cooking course with Naomi Devlin earlier this year and it was a game-changer! It’s worth every penny for the skills you pick up and Naomi is an absolute delight. Their 2020 courses are starting to book up so make sure you buy online here to secure your date.
Afternoon tea at Saunton Sands Hotel – £22.50 pp
If you’re in North Devon then gluten free afternoon tea at Saunton Sands hotel is a must! It’s a beautiful venue and their food is just amazing. I can highly recommend this as a lovely gift idea. Book online here.
Gluten Free Christmas ebook – £4.99
I know, I too am shocked we made it this far without mentioning my gluten free ebook! However, this would be a great gift for someone who loves baking, if I do say so myself. Buy it online here.
Homemade gluten free gift ideas
And finally, why not make your own gluten free gifts for people? Save some money and give a gift which really means something. Here are a few suggestions…
Gluten free Christmas shortbread
Nothing says Christmas like a beautiful tin of homemade gluten free shortbread. Get the recipe here.
Gluten free Christmas pudding truffles
These truffles are so easy to make and would be a lovely gift. Get the recipe here.
Homemade caramelised onion chutney
This sweet and delicious chutney is a perfect gift to make in bulk. Find the recipe in my Gluten Free Christmas ebook! Buy it online here.
Cheesy gluten free biscuits
My cheese and rosemary gluten free biscuits are a lovely gift for someone who is a fan of savoury treats. Find the recipe in my Gluten Free Christmas ebook! Buy it online here.
DIY gluten free cookie jars
Why not give the gift of a baking experience? This would be a lovely family gift. Find the recipe in my Gluten Free Christmas ebook! Buy it online here.
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