Gift Guide: For The Celiac In Your Life

Pull someone who has Celiac as a secret Santa? Not sure what to get for them but still want to make it special? Below are just some suggestions on things that I’ve found handy over the past couple of years (and at various price points, too!)

UNDER $15:

Gluten Is My Bitch: Rants, Recipes, and Ridiculousness for the Gluten-Free

I received this book from a Secret Santa the Christmas after I was diagnosed with Celiac. The diagnosis was still fresh and this book helped make the news more bearable. Packed with gluten-free recipes, funny stories, and relatable advice, this book is a great ‘under $15’ gift for any gluten-free friend.

UNDER $20:

Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain: Meals Made Simple: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes to Make Anytime

After my diagnosis, there was a huge learning curve on 1) how to cook in general and 2) how to cook for my new dietary restrictions. This cookbook has great recipes that are easy to follow and with very few ingredients. Between this and Hello Fresh, I’ve graduated from novice to basic chef. That’s a small jump, right? Anyway, this cookbook would be the perfect ‘under $20’ gift for a fellow Celiac.

UNDER $30:

Gluten-Free Spiced Apple Quick Bread Mix

Not into gifting books? That’s okay. A gift basket filled with GF treats would make any Celiac smile. These gluten-free spiced apple muffins are so good and so easy to whip up. Add in Williams-Sonoma’s lemon cake and pumpkin bread mixes and you’ve got an excellent ‘under $30’ gift. PS – They’re currently on sale!

UNDER $50:

Hello Fresh Meal Delivery Subscription

Like I said earlier, I quickly had to learn how to cook for myself (and Josh) after I got diagnosed. Ordering take out or going out to dinner wasn’t as easy as it used to be, so I had to adapt. Hello Fresh’s easy-to-follow recipe cards made the transition to the gluten-free lifestyle super smooth. They have so many recipes to choose from weekly, and many already come gluten-free. I always keep rice (an easy swap for tortillas to create a bowl) and GF pasta on hand, so whipping up meals for Josh and I is no problem! A subscription (or maybe just their first box) would be an awesome gift for a Celiac.

 

If you’re a fellow Celiac, what gluten-free gift ideas are you asking for this year? If you’re gifting a Celiac, what are you thinking about getting them? Comment below or on my Instagram post – I’d love to hear from you! 

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