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50 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gluten Free Friends

I hope this list will help you with 50 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gluten Free Friends!  It is almost that time again! Christmas will be here before we know it! I like to shop at the dollar store and dollar bins for the majority of my Stocking Stuffer Shopping.

50 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gluten Free Friends

The biggest tip we can give you is that you start shopping for next year the day after Christmas.  Pick up as many clearance and discounted items right after the holiday when they get marked down.  I like to purchase Gluten Free products at Amazon.com, Vitacost.com and at the grocery store and Walmart.  I often find them on the clearance racks too!  Read this article on Stockpiling For The Holidays.

50 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gluten Free Friends

  • JOCO Coffe Cup – I am in LOVE with these eco-friendly, BPA & Chemical free cups that are barista friendly!
  • Coloring Book and Colored Pencils
  • dermae skincare products –  all products are paraben-free, gluten-free, GMO-free, vegan/vegetarian, cruelty-free, and mineral oil and lanolin-free! I love the Microdermabrasion Scrub
  • Kind Bar
  • Larabar
  • Gluten-Free Living Magazine
  • Living Without’s Gluten Free and More Magazine
  • Lucy’s Gluten Free Cookies
  • Clif Kid Organic Fruit Rope
  • Snicker’s Bar
  • Justin’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
  • Surf Sweets Candy – I love the gummy worms!
  • Enjoy Life Boom Choco Boom™ Bar Ricemilk Crunch
  • Yummy Earth Organic Lollipops
  • Tom’s of Maine Antiplaque and Whitening Toothpaste Peppermint
  • Kiss My Face Soap
  • EOS Lip Balm
  • Argon Oil
  • Spry Gum
  • elf cosmetics
  • Yes To Carrots Lip Balm and Body Butter
  • Endangered Species Chocolate
  • Burt’s Bees Hand Salve and Balms
  • Schar Cookies
  • Harney and Sons Fine Teas
  • Go Go SqueeZ
  • Way Better Snacks
  • 479 Popcorn
  • Younique – I love the lip gloss and mascara
  • York Peppermint Patty
  • Home Free Cookies
  • Udi’s Dark Chocolate Brownies
  • Pamela’s Baking Mix
  • 100% All Natural Maple Syrup
  • Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate
  • Hershey Kisses
  • Hershey Chocolate Bar
  • Gluten Free Jewelry
  • Think Thin Bars
  • Justin’s Nut Butter
  • Gluten Free Cookbook
  • Gift Card to Chipotle, Chick-fil-A, Smashburger
  • Bakery on Main Oatmeal
  • Travel Guides, Shopping Guides, Menu Cards
  • Paleo Snacks
  • M&M’s (Traditional or Peanut)
  • Reese’s Cups
  • Fritos
  • Dang Foods –Made from the nutrient-packed copra (the meat of the coconut) Dang Foods’ Toasted Coconut Chips are toasted to bring out the natural sweet, buttery taste of coconut. Dang comes in five crave-worthy flavors: Original, Caramel Sea Salt, Lightly Salted, Savory Bacon and Chili Lime.
  • Cosmos Creations – Puffed Corn Snacks – All Cosmos Creations flavors are gluten-free, trans-fat free, has zero kernels or hulls and less than 160 calories per serving. Flavors include Coconut Crunch, Caramel, Salted Caramel, Cheddar & Cracked Pepper, Sea Salt & Butter, Spicy Sriracha and Caramel Apple Crisp.

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One Comment

  1. I love these ideas and have to say, could even combine several to make a gift basket for other times as well (i.e., birthday)! In fact, may add several to my own “baskets’ i have been make for several years. On birthdays and holidays, I usually try to make up baskets that include a gluten-free homemade chocolate covered pretzels, gluten-free shampoo and conditioner, and even a personal cookbook. For my cookbook, I will many times get photos of different meals we prepare in our home throughout the year, save the pictures on shutterfly and then when I feel there is enough time, create a “photo book” which has the pictures and recipes in it. Another creative idea we use is when we prepare holiday meals (and keep in mind we have a fairly large family) I will design a brochure on Microsoft Word and include pictures and recipes of all the food being served at the family meal and place it beside everyone’s plate that way they can save it for future use! I just thought I might add these suggestions as they make for an excellent opportunity to help others who may also need some guidance in the “gluten-free” (and in our case, dairy-free) search for great recipes! Love this post though as it has given me several ideas to go with all the ones I mentioned here! Thanks!

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