My First time cooking Christmas Dinner and it’s Gluten Free!
I have been Gluten free for 2 years now and I have relied on the amazing cooking skills of my mother to wip up Christmas dinner gluten free style. But this year I am tackling it myself and I must admit I need a bit of help. I am not the worlds best cook and I am not very confident but I thought I would give it a whirl. I have found some amazing receipe’s on Jamie’s website but I also don’t want to cook everything from scratch. So here are some of the free from choices I have found that I’m hoping will make for a delicious Christmas Day.
But first let me just tell you about Amazon fresh who I collaborated with on this Post!
I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to find out about this little Gem. It is an online delivery service and it’s heaven for gluten free folks. The great thing about Amazon fresh is that you can order from so many different food suppliers such as Whole Foods, Gails, Morrisons and many more. This means you have so many different choices and it’s delivered to your home which I love. These are just some of the things I think will be a great addition to my christmas feast.
Nothing will beat my Gran’s Christmas puddings but I’m hoping it will be a close second.
It doesn’t need to be Christmas for me to want some seriously chocolatey cookies but any excuse is fine with me!
I’m going to give making my own gravy a whirl and I’ll need this bad boy according to the recipe says.
Because I’m trying out Jamie’s roast potatoes I’ll need this. I’ve never cooked with goose fat before but I know it makes things super tasty so I can’t wait to try it.
As I will be attempting my own yorkshire puddings *wish me luck* I better get stocked up with this. The great thing with amazon fresh there is so many different brands to choose from so if this isn’t what you want there is plenty of other options.
Who wouldn’t want to try handmade fudge over the Xmas period.
These look so delicious and a little bit of a treat I must say.
I do like to start Christmas Day with a bacon sandwich and this would be a perfect replacement from normal bread, Gail’s spelt bread is one of my faves so I’m sure this wouldn’t disappoint.
For a bit of a snack over the festive period these will come in very handy.
As I have an Asda close to my flat I’ve had to check out what they’ve got to offer this Xmas.
I don’t think I am that brave to make my own stuffing this year and this looks great.
I’m so glad I’ve found these as they would be greatly missed at the table.
The Gluten Free choices are ever growing at Tesco so it would be silly to not check them out.
I picked this up with my mum it seems so easy to make and really cute too. It’s also a nice alternative to Christmas pudding.
Again no mince pies have ever topped my Gran’s but it wouldn’t be Xmas without them so I had to pick these up.
As you might have guessed I’m a massive dessert lover and Profiteroles are something I don’t get to have very often now I’m gluten free so Christmas is a perfect excuse to indulge.
There are so many more choices for a free from christmas from the places I have mentioned and ones that I haven’t but these are some of the top picks for me personally. Do you have any favourite’s I should know about?