Relish is a compendium of things to enjoy greatly and that add a little flavor to your gluten-free life. You know, the holidays are all about the stuffing. Both with the turkey and stuffing your days with joy.
I know, this is a week late. I have been crazy busy. I launched a new website! You can now buy my poster designs from my other blog (and eventually there will be some neat FrannyCakes items there).
November was busy with a trip to the Food Allergy Blogger Conference in Las Vegas, a pair of Friendsgiving celebrations and Thanksgiving. December promises to be equally as busy. I am 19 days into a 100 day countdown to Rare Disease Day 2014 over on the Chronic Positivity Project.
I also might have gotten some mighty nice new shoes. November was pretty awesome. It doesn’t take too much to make me happy 🙂
You can find these delicious gluten-free mini pumpkin cinnamon rolls (01) from Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free Treats. They are perfect for holiday breakfasts. Irvin at Eat the Love remade a holiday meal staple, the green bean casserole (02) to be home made and gluten-free. This lovely fudge christmas tree scene (03) is easy to make and gluten-free. And you know I love macarons. These are present-shaped and gingerbread flavored macarons (04).
I might have ordered these tea towels (01) from gluten-free blogger/design genius Beth at Tasty-Yummies for myself and someone as a gift this year. I also made it possible to order this quote poster (02) from Gfree Foodie KC. This tshirt is a perfect reminder for all you holiday bakers to keep calm and bake on. If you are a bit of a foodie, I would suggest popping over to the GFree Foodie Kickstarter (04) to help her get some more specialized boxes added to her line up.
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas…
It is time to bust out my recipe for my favorite Christmas cookies, do some shopping and get some homemade gifts made. I can’t believe there are less than 20 days til Christmas!