(Etsy, $17.99)Let's be honest, being gluten-free around the holidays sucks. There are cookies everywhere. Yummy little gluten-filled appetizers being passed around at parties. So many times saying "looks great, but no thank you."
If you have a gluten-free person on your gift list, throw them a (yummy) bone this holiday with something they can actually enjoy!
I have sampled many gluten-free cookies and Tate's are the best. These cookies are so buttery and delicious that you don't miss the gluten one bit. (Tates Bake Shop, $38)
I've never had the opportunity to sample these artisanal baked goods from Kyotofu, a Japanese dessert bar in New York City, but I'd like to! The packaging is gorgeous, making this a great gift. (Williams-Sonoma, $39.95)
Gluten intolerance and celiac disease are serious business, but that doesn't mean we can't laugh about our gastric injustice. Gluten is My Bitch mixes memoir with recipes, all with a healthy dose of funny. (Amazon, $16.04)
Unfortunately those yummy lattes at chain coffee shops aren't always gluten-free. So, give your friend the ingredients like this Vanilla Bean Infused Syrup to make delicious coffee drinks at home. (Williams-Sonoma, $12.95)
Don't forget to throw some gummi bears in the stocking! (Amazon, $4.98)
For more gluten-free gift ideas, check out my Gluten-Free Gifts board at The Prowl.