Looking to make Christmas gluten-free desserts? Find 15 delicious ideas for holiday sweets!
The biggest holiday of the year is almost here, and I bet you are already planning the grand Christmas dinner you are going to serve to your family! Roasted turkey with gravy, steamed veggies, pigs in a blanket, and we can’t forget about those mouth-watering Christmas desserts! You don’t have any planned? Well, that’s a problem! But you know what, I think I can help you out. And what if they were even a little bit more healthy than your usual treats. I am talking gluten-free girl! Let’s look at 15 delicious ideas on Christmas gluten-free desserts that will stun all your guests at the diner table!
Table of Contents
- Gluten-free white chocolate raspberry cheesecake dessert
- Easy gluten-free peanut butter fudge dessert
- Gluten-free chocolate caramel tart dessert
- Christmas gluten-free desserts: Snowballs
- Gluten-free Keto chocolate chip cookies
- Christmas gluten-free desserts: Lemon tart
- Easy and delicious almond brittle sweets
- Gluten-free New York cheesecake dessert
- Christmas wheat-free mince pies desserts
- Gluten-free sweet zucchini bread for Christmas
- Holiday cranberry crème Brulé dessert
- Christmas gluten-free desserts: Macarons
- Christmas pecan pie desserts with no wheat
- Gluten-free eggnog truffles desserts for Christmas
- Christmas desserts: Chocolate cherry trifle cake
Gluten-free white chocolate raspberry cheesecake dessert
Why not start our delicious ideas on Christmas gluten-free desserts, by first sharing with you this outstanding recipe for a gluten-free raspberry white chocolate cheesecake?! Yum yum!
For the base:
- 330 g of gluten-free biscuits
- 150 g of unsalted butter
For the cheesecake:
- 450g of mascarpone
- 100 g of icing sugar
- 230 g of white chocolate
- 300 ml of double cream
- 1 tsp. of vanilla extract
- 250 g of raspberries
For the topping:
- chunks of white chocolate
- fresh raspberries
Begin by crushing the biscuits. Then melt the butter in a microwave. Pour the melted butter over the crushed biscuits and mix them. Take out a baking tray and lay out the biscuit and butter mixture. Press them nicely in. Put the tray in the fridge to chill. Now it’s time to make the cheesecake topping! Take the white chocolate and again melt in a microwave. Leave it to cool. For the cheesecake filling, mix the cream cheese, icing sugar and vanilla extract. Then add the double cream and keep mixing until it firms a bit. Now add the melted white chocolate to the mix. Stir. Add the raspberries. Spread the raspberry mix on top of your biscuit base in the tray. Put the tray back in the fridge and leave it overnight. When it’s nicely cooled, decorate with the white chocolate chunks and the rest of the raspberries. Enjoy!
Easy gluten-free peanut butter fudge dessert
What about making some delicious gluten-free peanut butter fudge this Christmas? Super easy to make, and you won’t have a hard time serving it to guests as it takes up so little space.
Gluten-free chocolate caramel tart dessert
And what if you prepare a healthier version of a chocolate caramel tart for Christmas? The base of this gluten-free dessert is made from wheat-free buttery biscuits, layered peanut caramel and topped with chocolate.
Christmas gluten-free desserts: Snowballs
A classic holiday dessert nonetheless, but why not make these snowballs gluten-free? Instead of wheat, you can use potato starch and cornstarch.
A perfect gluten-free Christmas dessert for those who are interested in Keto diet recipes. Try making this healthier version of classic chocolate chip cookies!
Christmas gluten-free desserts: Lemon tart
Lemon tart dessert is definitely one of my favourites! And wouldn’t it be all the better if it was gluten-free?
Easy and delicious almond brittle sweets
A super easy and delicious holiday treat, why not wipe up a batch of gluten-free almond brittle to share with your family and friends on Christmas day?
Gluten-free New York cheesecake dessert
Everybody loves the New York cheesecake, but what about going for a gluten-free no-bake version of this famous treat for Christmas? I am sure all your guests will be pleased with the results. Plus, no-bake recipes are so much easier!
Read also: Here’s How to Make Delicious Eggnog Cupcakes Baked in Eggshell!
Christmas wheat-free mince pies desserts
A Christmas is not a real one if you don’t eat at least one mince pie. Instead of buying ready-made ones from the market, why not make a delicious gluten-free mince pie at home?
Gluten-free sweet zucchini bread for Christmas
At first when I read “sweet zucchini bread” I thought to myself, “well, that sounds kind of weird”, but then I looked at this picture and just wow! Why shouldn’t I try it this Christmas? Maybe use almond flour instead of wheat?
Holiday cranberry crème Brulé dessert
Naturally a gluten-free dessert, French crème Brulé it is loved by all! Topping it with some tart cranberries for your grand Christmas feast will just make it all the better!
Christmas gluten-free desserts: Macarons
Another dessert beloved by many, why not make some sweet macarons for the Christmas holidays? Easy to serve and heahty!
Christmas pecan pie desserts with no wheat
What about making this amazing gluten-free pecan pie as a Christmas dessert? It might not be the easiest treat to make, but who can resist these little tarts?!
Gluten-free eggnog truffles desserts for Christmas
Gluten-free eggnog truffles can serve as a great gift to hang out to friends for the Christmas holidays. You wouldn’t believe hoe creamy they are on the inside!
Christmas desserts: Chocolate cherry trifle cake
This chocolate layer cake is transformed with sprinkles into a trifle-inspired masterpiece with the addition of a tablespoon of gluten-free custard powder. Just make sure the sponge is made using gluten-free flour.
I hope these ideas made your task for the perfect Christmas dessert easier, and you are now equipped to wow everyone this holiday! Have fun with your family and friends over Christmas and be sure to share your merry with these outstanding desserts! Cheers!