Enjoy food. Enjoy travel. Enjoy life. This is Travel Gluten Free by Elikqitie.
Lately I've been working on my podcast or my podcast episodes have been getting out late. However, I have some really great interviews that you guys are gonna love coming up, but in this episode we're going to dive into easy last minute free recipes for the holidays. Now we still have of course new year's coming up that you can use these for any of the fall and winter holidays. Even if you're going to have a party like a birthday party as well. Most of these recipes take under 30 minutes to create and I haven't tasted us at all of these. However, I have looked through the recipes and I have a pretty good track record when it comes to choosing really delicious recipes. So whether you are looking for an appetizer and entree or a side dish, you're find a variety of Vegan, vegetarian and of course all gluten free recipes to create for your holiday table.
If you're interested in any of these recipes, they will be linked in the show notes below. So just click on the name of the recipe and you will find that recipe linked in the show notes and it will direct you right to the website with that recipe. So I love to use the recipe is I don't, I'm not planning on having a lot of recipes on my website just because they're really time consuming, but there are a lot of great recipes out there from many, many different gluten free members of our community and influencers. So we're first going to talk about appetizers. So the years of some appetizers that you would really like. Some of these are vegetarian, some are not. So I can tell you the bacon wrapped pineapple whites are insane. I just made those today. Absolutely love them. Cheesy spinach balls, spicy deviled eggs, white Cheddar, stuffed mushrooms, Bacon, Brie and cranberry holiday melts.
You can tell I like bacon because obviously it's been in two of my recipes here so far. And of course, obviously this is not a listing of every appetizer you get, but these are some ones that really popped out and stood out to me as looking really good. A vine baked Pheta, which I love. Feta cheese and Brie bacon wrapped potatoes. Here's another Bacon theme going on, pomegranate and cranberry Rashida and cheese fondue.
All right, we're going to head up to breads and side dishes. So I am a big fan of bread and I just made mom's gluten free crescent rolls today, which were amazing and I have those linked in the other show that I talked about, which is the make intake, gluten free items. And My, I like mom's gluten free for many different reasons. One is because it tastes really good, but the other is because if you went to bring something with you, if you're traveling and you just want to make like homemade biscuits are homemade, what like breads, moms is great because they come in and aluminum package and they're really well seals.
You can bring them with you when you're traveling very easily. So we're going to talk about bread that you can make with different recipes. And again, these are all linked in the show notes below, but her milk, cheddar onion biscuits, cranberry bread, resilient cheese buttons, which are very similar to the bites. Easy pumpkin bread, vegan biscuits, and Paleo sweet pumpkin spice bread. That one sounds really good. I'm gonna have to try that. Side dishes, I found that sounded really tasty. Cranberry glazed meatballs, simple stuffing and gravy. Baked tomato cups, which are tomatoes and the hollow them out and you put veggies inside them. Uh, and I believe this has cheese because you can always leave out the cheese if you're Vegan or use deacon cheese looked really good. Stuffed mushrooms, holiday dressing, which is like stuffing Plu, sweet potato Gnocchi with Kale and wild mushroom stuffing.
Love Mushrooms. I've been having a mushroom thing lately, so I definitely had to throw that one in.
All right. Here it is. When I was making this, of course my desserts list was the longest because you just find tons of really great gluten free desserts and some of these are super easy to make. Of course desserts usually take a little bit longer than a half an hour because you have to bake them. But some of these were pretty simple so I would definitely tell you check these out online because I have a large variety of desserts listed here for you and my friend because these sound really good. So a classic dessert that you can eat. Um, and some people can eat this depending on how sensitive of the Celiac you are, but it's chocolate mint chex mix, which is gluten free.
But if you're very sensitive, some people can eat text mix. I'm Caramel Brittle, red velvet chocolate chip cookies. That sounds like a must make right there. Gingerbread men, champagne cupcakes, which is high on my list. Very, very bars, vegan coconut snowball cookies, which look amazing. No bake peanut butter thumbprints, carrot, apple snack cake, easy festive chocolate, holiday fondue, yum cinnamon roll cake, which looks delicious. I got so hungry making this less because honestly, who doesn't wanna eat all of these? Well, some of you might not, but so paleo chocolate cupcakes, plu chocolate cake blackout cake, which it looks amazing. Cashew chocolate chip cookies, which I love cashews. So I need to try that one soon. Paleo chocolate coconut cupcakes, which is super high on my list. Chocolate bread pudding cake, Devon Thi sound amazing. And some of them are Paleo, you knew those or at least low car.
So definitely check out some of these. And I'm a big fan of coconut as well, but you know, you can't have to make all of these so you need to pace yourself maybe a little bit. Now don't pace yourself, just make as many of them as you want because if they're just sounds amazing. And all of these recipes are linked from the following places, the CELIAC disease foundation, gluten free on a shoestring going free, living magazine, King Arthur flour, the minimalist baker beyond Celiac, BBC food hoodies, Mama's nose, gluten free, and Paleo, gluten free. So those are where I got these recipes from. All the links again are in the show notes, so just click on them and you will be directed right to the recipe on the website. You won't be directed just to the website, but the actual recipe. All right, my friends were going to get into the guilty gluten questions.
When was the last time I cheated eating gluten and the food and why did I cheat? Again, it's those fries that were not gluten free, so definitely not doing that. Again, the food I miss most right now, it's probably still the soft Pretzel Bites, but I have not made, but I did make some amazing crescent rolls today, which I ate six of them because they were just that amazing. The best gluten free food I've eaten. Cats, donuts are just insane and I found a new type in Walmart last week, so they have glazed donuts and they also have powdered donuts and all you have to do is they're frozen. You pop them out, you put them in your microwave for 30 seconds and you have a gluten free doughnut to eat in. There's six of them in a pack. I mean a dollar a donut. That's like regular price for gluten donuts, right?
Definitely check out cats, donuts, k a t z. They're really good and that is definitely the best gluten free food I've eaten recently.
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