Sunday, November 30, 2014

Plan Your Gluten-free Holiday Party with Recipes from Safeway {Giveaway - Ends 12/14}

I received a gift card and gift basket in exchange for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

It's that time of year where we gather around with family to enjoy delicious food. If you're gluten-free like I am, there's no reason to feel deprived! Not only are there plenty of recipes out there that are already gluten-free, but many, many more than can be tweaked just a tad to still work for you. Especially if you're hosting a holiday party this season, I hope these gluten-free recipes from Safeway will help you put together a fabulous spread for those you love.

Safeway has all the essentials at great prices for a successful holiday meal: turkey and ham and all the sides, butter, flour (wheat, almond or coconut) and sugar for baking, as well as great wine to share and enjoy. Find plenty of organic options too! With the right mix of these essentials, you can create amazing appetizers, unforgettable meals and delicious desserts. 

Appetizers, anyone? To start, try these simple Bacon Wrapped Dates or a few others that look amazing.


 
For the main course, why not jazz up your bird with this recipe for Honey Bourbon Glazed Turkey Breast.




Paired with a delicious main course, you could really score some brownie points with these side dishes. The Garlic Parmesan Potatoes & Green Beans with Tomatoes recipe looks amazing, and so so easy!



A holiday meal is never complete without a scrumptious dessert. This Peppermint Fudge looks yummy.



Thanks to Safeway for providing these fabulous recipes and images. With a Safeway location just around the corner from me, I know I have all the holiday essentials just a short drive away. And now to help YOU get your party on this holiday season, a fabulous giveaway from Safeway!


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22 comments:

Terri said...

I make lots of cookies including pecan sandies and sugar cookies. one of our favorites is rice krispy wreaths with red hots..so good!

Candice said...

Our favorite is Christmas shaped sugar cookies with frosting.

Elena said...

I like to make ginger snap cookies

deb c said...

We start our holiday meal out with Shrimp Bisque. It is to die for.

Julie Wood said...

I make A Nice Roast Beef, with au gratin potatoes, and corn pudding. For dessert we are having Decorated Christmas cookies, homemade fudge!

Shelly Peterson said...

I make lots of cookies, shrimp dip and a cheeseball.

Becca said...

I've started making sour cream apple pies every year. Everyone really likes them! sbcashortie at hotmail dot com

steve weber said...

I like to make peanut brittle.

bison61 said...

we make sweet potatoes with cream and cinnamon that I love

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Kimberly said...

Every Christmas I make a delicious sausage breakfast casserole and cinnamon rolls.

Leela said...

Biscotti and sugar cookies.

Some Lucky Dog said...

I make a potato stuffing that is an old family recipe from my Russian grandmother.
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Kristen said...

I make sourdough bread stuffing, pumpkin cheesecake pie and cherry cheese pie.

Sherrie Cruson said...

On Christmas eve my family and I enjoy Chicken and Sausage Gumbo served with baked Sweet Potato and Rice. For dessert we have Divinity fudge and Pecan Pralines.

Keara B. said...

We make Peppermint Bark every year. It's made with the intention of giving it to friends/neighbors/etc., but a lot of it ends up getting eaten by yours truly. :)

Aliya Stowe said...

Every year for Christmas dinner I make my Garlic Infused Roast Beef with my green bean and bacon dish.

Lisa Brown said...

I make lots of cookies and candied yams

rebecca williams said...

For Christmas I always make an egg casserole for that morning. and for dinner we always have Ham and green bean casserole in cupcake dishes.

Tina Woo said...

The one thing we ALWAYS have on the table are tamales. usually beef with red sauce and chicken with green sauce. Homemade.
(and now I'm hungry!)

polly said...

I always make rolled out decorated sugar cookies....for the adults my homemade egg nog recipe that knocks your socks off!

Amanda Sakovitz said...

i like frosted sugar cookies!

Thomas Murphy said...

I like making sugar cookies.

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