On the holiday of Purim we eat hamantashen and send baskets of goodies to our friends and families. This has become much more difficult in the age of allergies that we are living in. Most often the baskets are filled with fresh baked goods, luckily the gluten free options have come a long way and we have a slew of amazing Gluten Free Treats for you to include in your mishloach manot this year. All the recipes can be found by clicking on the images.
Did you love rugelach when you could eat gluten? Now's your chance to rediscover your favorite food, this time gluten free from Lisa, the women who will not leave any Jewish baked good behind, this time with a pumpkin filing.
For something truly unique try these cheese crackers filled with peanut butter. Perfect for munching while out delivering your baskets all day.
If you don't want to bother with all the gluten free flour mixes, stick with the naturally gluten free treats, like popcorn. Dress it up with Truffles and Rosemary or your favorite flavors.
Prepare these flavorful almonds and place in cellophane bags with a pretty ribbon, everyone loves the smoky sweet taste they offer.
Make your own candied orange peel (or lemon or grapefruit). It is gluten free, easy and filled with fiber.
If you use a gluten free crisped rice cereal you can make your favorite treats of all!!
Brittle is a type of hard candy you can make at home with nuts or in this case cocoa nibs. Crack it into pieces and enjoy this grown up candy.
Homemade marshmallows are fun treat to send along with a hot chocolate packet and a mug, especially if this Winter continues on.
Don't miss out on hamantashen, just cause you can't tolerate gluten. Our friend Shoshana has perfected this recipe just for you.
There are so many ideas for Mishloach Manot that can be gluten free, like chips and salsa or our Sushi and Miso combo.