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Gluten-Free Gift Ideas for Any Occasion

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It’s difficult enough to come up with a good gift, but good gluten-free gift ideas?  Well shoot!

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!  Here’s the ultimate guide to gluten-free gift ideas for all ages and price ranges!

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Gluten-Free Gift Ideas: the Ultimate Gluten-Free Year-round Gift Guide

1. Gluten-Free Candy

Candy is a great gluten-free gift idea for stocking stuffers, coworker gifts, and more!

This caramel candy by Lovely Candy Company, is not only gluten-free, but also non-GMO and made without high fructose corn syrup and soy!  Order them from Amazon here.

You also can’t go wrong with chocolate!  These peanut butter cups by Justin’s are 100% awesome! 

Not only are they certified gluten free (learn more about gluten-free certification and labeling here!), but they are also Kosher, vegan, dairy-free, and made with fair trade chocolate.

Shop the Justin’s Store on Amazon here!

Ready to take back control of your meals and love your gluten free life? Take the 45 second quiz to get a personalized plan with the guide you need to thrive!

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2. Gluten-Free Gift Basket

This gift idea is perfect for a college student—or someone who just doesn’t like to cook! 

You can always make your own, but if you need convenience, you can order one that’s already premade here!

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3. Gluten-Free Baked Goods

For this gift you can either go homemade and bake up a batch of homemade toffee or gluten-free blondies, OR if baking is not your thing, you can do a special order from a gluten-free bakery.

Baked goods at Erin McKenna NYC

I love the baked goods from Erin McKenna’s. You can see my full-review of their bakery or check out their website and create an order here.

You can also custom order bagels from gluten-free bakeries. Check out some of my favorite options in this post.

Does your recipient love to bake? You also can’t go wrong a gift a baker would love.

4. A Gift for the Gluten-Free Coffee Addict

We sure are lucky that coffee is gluten-free! You can snag some really delicious coffee from my favorite brand: Fire Department Coffee.

FDC is veteran and firefighter owned and operated and gives back to injured first responders. And their coffee tastes great!

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Check out their coffee options and swag here.

5.  Gluten-Free Skincare Products

Skin Care is still a great gift option when your loved one is gluten-free.

There are some really great brands that I love (+ would make great gifts). I’ve compiled them all into these two posts:

6. Gluten-Free Beer Kit

When searching for a good gluten-free beer the struggle is REAL!

This kit has everything needed to make your own gluten-free craft beer at home! (It uses sorghum in place of barley malt!)

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Shop the Brewer’s Best gluten-free beer kit here.

7. Gluten-Free Graphic T-Shirt

There are some really creative designers that have come up with some funny t-shirt ideas that anyone who’s gluten free would love to receive.

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Check out some more great designs here.

8. Aroma Dough

Play Doh is one of those places where gluten likes to hide…. Don’t let the kids miss out on the fun with this gluten-free version!

Plus, it comes in amazing scents like vanilla or ocean wave. 

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Order it on Amazon here.

9. Gluten-Free Children’s Books

Books are always a great gift, and can be a great gift for a gluten free kid.

If you know a child who is adjusting to a new gluten-free diet, they may really enjoy reading about a gluten-free superhero or simply another child going through what they are.

I’ve compiled my absolute favorite gluten-free children’s books here.

10. Cookbooks

If you’re looking for a gluten-free gift idea for someone who loves to cook, get them a new cookbook (or two!) to try out!  Need a good suggestion? 

I really love the cookbooks by Danielle Walker and the True Roots cookbook by Kristin Cavallari.

You can see my review of Danielle Walker’s Meals Made Simple here and my review of Cavallari’s True Roots here.

I also published my own digital cookbook: Simple & Easy Gluten Free which contains 50 quick & easy gluten free recipes containing 5 ingredients or less! Learn more about it here.

11. Gluten-Free Magazine Subscriptions

Stretch out the gifting fun by ordering a subscription to a top gluten-free magazine!

Some of my favorites are:

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Both of these magazines are filled with such great tips on living a gluten-free lifestyle! 

12. Gluten-Free Spice Set

Spice blends are another place where gluten likes to hide. 

Your gift recipient can cook safely and with a TON of flavor with this spice set by FreshJax.

freshjax spice set

Do you want to know more about what other spice brands are gluten-free?

I list a couple brands and where to find them in this post!

13. Air Fryer

Enjoy gluten-free fried foods at home with an air fryer (plus, it’ll be healthier!)

Check out the NuWave air fryer here.

nuwave air fryer

Your recipient will be using it all the time!

14. A One Year Subscription to Thrive Market

Make shopping so much easier by purchasing a 1-year subscription to Thrive Market as a gluten-free gift idea! 

It makes gluten-free shopping so much easier when you can select to ONLY see gluten-free offerings, you can purchase it at a discount price, and they ship it right to your front door.  Plus, they even sell meat and wine!

Read more about why I love Thrive Market in this post!

15. Bread Maker with Gluten-Free Setting

It’s HARD to find a good premade gluten-free bread… so stop trying and gift a bread maker that has a special setting for gluten-free bread!

This one by Zojirushi is the BEST:

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Looking for a more budget friendly option?  Try this Cuisinart version.

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What’s they key to loving your gluten free life? Take this quick quiz to get a personalized plan with the guide you need to thrive!

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>> Click here for your customized guide to success! <<

Which one of these gluten-free gift ideas is your favorite?  Comment below and let us know! 

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Sarah | Wake up and Blog

Tuesday 27th of November 2018

Some great suggestions here, I have a Gluten-Free friend as it's so hard to think of gift ideas!


Wednesday 28th of November 2018

I hope you liked one of the suggestions!


Sunday 25th of November 2018

I was diagnosed with coeliac nearly a year ago. I so understand what you mean when you say it's more than giving up bread. Gluten seems to be in almost every food & drink item on the supermarket shelves. Grocery shopping takes so much longer at first, with all the label reading!


Monday 26th of November 2018

It sure does! Hope you find some helpful tips here. Thanks for visiting!

Kathy Di

Thursday 22nd of November 2018

Great article with lots of gluten free gift ideas. We love Justin's peanut butter cups. I'm also hoping someone in my house takes the hint and gets me an airfryer this year!


Friday 23rd of November 2018



Thursday 22nd of November 2018

I love your list! I can't decide if I'd like the gift basket more or the beauty products. I hope you enjoy the holidays!


Friday 23rd of November 2018

I'd love the beauty products, my husband would love the basket!

Sara |

Wednesday 21st of November 2018

Loving all of these options! Personally, I am always happy to receive gluten free treats and cookbooks ^^. But it gets even better! Thanks for all of these fresh ideas ♡


Friday 23rd of November 2018

You're welcome!

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