10 gluten-free festive desserts you need

It’s that time of the year again. The holidays are coming up and if you still haven’t gotten menu items for your gluten conscious family members, fear not because we have ten dessert recipe ideas that are sure to satisfy everyone at the table.

Mint Brownies
Don’t be surprised if these disappear from your pan after about ten minutes. These morsels are made of a fudgy brownie topped with a layer of mint icing followed by another layer of smooth dark chocolate.

Fruit Cake
Loaded with dried nuts and fruits as well as a generous amount of butter, this recipe is moist and will have your family members clamoring for more.

Peppermint Bark
This one is super simple to do. Just melt a bar of dark chocolate, white chocolate, mix with crushed candy canes and place in the fridge to set and presto! Check out the details here.

Lemon Ricotta Cheesecake
This one comes straight from the old country. It’s smooth and light and the perfect ending for the special holiday dinner you have planned.

Cinnamon Rolls
Perfect for that morning breakfast…or brunch. We won’t judge. This recipe might take a little longer so be sure to plan ahead but the results will be worth it.

Gingerbread Cookies
A modern twist on a classic favorite, these cookies are soft and chewy. Just roll out the dough between two sheets of parchment paper, use a cookie cutter, pop in the over and enjoy!

Peanut Brittle
These are naturally gluten-free which makes them easy to make without having to buy more expensive gluten-free mixes.

Chocolate Torte
This is an incredibly rich recipe thanks to it being flourless which gives it the gluten-free seal of approval. Once you’ve made the cake, try adding a glaze for a creamy finish.

Carrot Cake
This gluten-free cake recipe defies all expectations in that it is so light and moist you wouldn’t know it was gluten free unless someone told you. Since it is, at the end of the day, gluten-free after all, make sure to add a little more cinnamon and spice extracts to help embolden the flavor.

Coconut Snowballs
Add some variety to your dessert platter by mixing maple syrup, coconut milk, and vanilla extract to create these little morsels. Add a little cinnamon for that extra pop.

So there you are. Ten delicious recipe ideas. Now, what are you waiting for? Comment below with other ideas!