GLUTEN-FREE BAKING WEEK
Warning: reading the following article will do the following…
- Make you drool onto your shirt
- Have you dropping what you’re doing to go straight to the grocery store
- Have you overindulging in delicious pastries
- Make you cheat on your diet
We just had to make that admission, because whether you’re allergic to gluten or not, we’re positive you will OBSESS over gluten-free dessert.
The week before Christmas is observed as Gluten-Free Baking Week every year. This special time brings awareness to the predicament that is dealing with gluten allergies around the holiday season. More and more people are becoming allergic to gluten, and they should not have to go without the savory deliciousness of all kinds of desserts!
HOW TO OBSERVE
Turn on your favorite holiday playlist, throw on a cute red and green apron, invite over some friends and get baking! Use #GlutenFreeBakingWeek or #GlutenFreeBaking to post on social media. The holiday season is one of the most popular times of the year to bake. In today’s world, many people are either gluten intolerant, or choose not to consume gluten for health reasons. So if you’re going to partake in holiday festivities with friends and family, chances are, a handful of them will prefer treats that don’t contain gluten. And since they taste so good… Why not dedicate an entire day to ONLY gluten-free baking?! We hope to see your photos of homemade cake, cookies, candy and more floating around social media this week. A few delicious recipes are listed here if you want to check them out.
“Everyone should try no gluten for a week! The change in your skin, physical, and mental health is amazing. You won’t go back!” -Miley Cyrus
In our research, we were unable to find the creator of Gluten-Free Baking Week.
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