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Looking for the perfect gift for that special someone?  Then check out the 2013 edition of the Gluten-Free Holiday Gift Guide for ideas for your gluten-free loved ones.



 

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For the Gluten-Free Kid

AllerMates Allergy & Health Awareness Products:  Cute, fun and educational.  AllerMates has everything from rubber bracelets to lunchboxes, stickers and more. 

Free to Be…Gluten-Free!: Written by Heather Spergel, MS, this book takes kids on a journey to wellness in a fun and educational way.

Gluten-Free Play Dough: What kid doesn’t love play dough?  There are a few gluten-free brands out there, like Soy-Yer Dough.

I Am… Cards: These cards are perfect for helping kids (and adults!) navigate the gluten-free dining experience. With explanations about gluten-free needs, kids can use these cards as a guide to safe dining.

For the Gluten-Free Techie

Smart Tools for the iPadWilliams-Sonoma has accessories like a speaker, screen shield and stand to help your iPad work wonders in the kitchen.

Speck HandyShellPerfect for the techie that loves to cook.  They’ll never lose their grip on their iPad or tablet when looking at a gluten-free recipe.

Electric Salt & Pepper Mills:  What techie wouldn’t love an electronic spice grinder?

FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer:  With a vacuum sealer, they can easily prepare gluten-free meals and freeze them to eat later when they’re short on time.

For the Gluten-Free Cook

Gluten-Free Labels: Help them keep track of gluten-free utensils, pots, pans and more with these cute dishwasher and oven safe labels and tags.

Kitchen Essentials Gift Baskets: Give a kitchen gift-pack complete with an apron, oven mitts, pot holders, spatulas, measuring cups and anything else that can make cooking easier and more fun.

For the Newly Diagnosed

Pots & Pans: Gluten can stick in those tough-to-clean spots, so it’s best to keep a separate set of cookware for gluten-free food. Spring for a new set, and make it a bright color to stand out.

Small Appliances:  Toasters and blenders can pose a risk of cross-contamination. Give a fresh start with a new “gluten-free only” appliance.

Tools & Utensils:  Complete the kitchen makeover with new spoons, spatulas, cutting boards and a colander so your friend or family member can be carefree while cooking gluten-free.

Gluten-Free Food Gift Basket: Help your loved one get started on the gluten-free diet with a gluten-free gift basket.  You can do it yourself or let the professionals, like the folks at Taste Guru or Gluten Away, do the work for you.

Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide: The go-to guide when you want to know "Is there gluten in that?" Written by renowned dietitian Shelley Case, RD, this book contains an easy-to-browse index and a wealth of nutritious gluten-free recipes.

Allergic Living Magazine Subscription:  This quarterly magazine includes feature articles, news updates, inspiring gluten-free recipes, and a column about gluten-free living by NFCA’s Alice Bast.

Gluten-Free Calendar 2014: Featuring leaders in the gluten-free community like the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars Winner Kyra Bussanich and NFCA's Founder Alice Bast, this calendar will make a great gift for the newly diagnosed and anyone practicing a gluten-free diet. Plus, portions of all proceeds benefit celiac disease organizations, including NFCA!

“Scent-Sational” Charity Candle:  Your loved one will enjoy this “Hot Apple Pie” scented candle and they’ll appreciate that you’re supporting celiac disease awareness – $3 of each purchase is donated to NFCA! 

For the Gluten-Free Student

Gift Card for a GREAT-trained Restaurant: Eating gluten-free on campus can be tough, so this will help students get a gluten-free meal at a restaurant trained by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness.

Food storage containers: Great for leftovers, microwaving, and keeping gluten-free food separate from a roommate’s gluten-filled food.

Label Maker:  Help them keep their gluten-free food and utensils separate from their roommate’s stash.

iPhone Apps: Take advantage of the “gift an app” option in iTunes and hook your student up with apps dedicated to finding gluten-free food, restaurants, and more.  Just search “gluten-free” in the app store!

Stress Ball: Perfect for a stocking stuffer!

For the Gluten-Free Baker

Measuring Tools: Grab some new measuring cups for your gluten-free baker, and don’t forget the scale so they can more easily convert their favorite gluten-containing recipes to gluten-free.

Gluten-Free Baking Cookbooks: There are tons of these on the market and you can find the perfect option for your loved one online, even if they are new to gluten-free baking.

Assortment of Gluten-Free Flours: Make your own gift basket full of flours labeled gluten-free. They’ll be happy to have most of the ingredients at home and ready to go!

 
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