12 Days of Allergy-Free Christmas Recipes

Below you will find twelve days of allergy-friendly Christmas recipes. In each post there is a round-up of recipes under a particular theme (for example, breakfast pastries or main dishes) as well as a brand new recipe created by the host blogger for that day. We hope you can find something to fit your particular dietary needs and that you have a table full of delicious food that you can eat this coming Christmas!

To read more about this round-up you can read my post here.


Make sure to check back here to see the new additions each day!

Day 1: Breakfast Pastries from Madison @ Eating 4 Balance (New recipe: Microwave Cinnamon Rolls)


Day 2: Breakfast Foods from Jan @ Sprouts N Squats


Day 3: Drinks from Rosie @ Facing Your Storm


Day 4: Breads from Juli @ 1000 Lovely Things (New recipe: Christmas Stollen)


Day 5: Main Dishes from Kendra @ Veggie Dancer


Day 6: Snacks from Sarah @ Slices of Sarah Pie


Day 7: Appetizers from Andrea @ Pencils and Pancakes


Day 8: Nut Butters and Spreads from Kathleen @ Kat’s Health Corner


Day 9: Leftovers from Madison @ Eating 4 Balance


Day 10: Side Dishes from Olivia @ Liv Lives Life (New Recipe: Roasted Vegetables)


Day 11: Desserts from Cat @ Cat Food is Good for You


Day 12: Cookies from Gigi @ Gigi Eats Celebrities (New Recipe: Soft Coconut “Sugar” Cookies)


11 thoughts on “12 Days of Allergy-Free Christmas Recipes

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  2. Stopping over from Sprouts n Squats to say I love this idea! I’m a dietitian that works with children with multiple food allergies and am always looking for places to refer the parents for recipes! This will be a great resource for lots of people!

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