I have 25 of the best ever gluten-free Easter recipes for you to make for your Easter party. I have tons of gluten-free Easter dessert and treat recipes. Easter is a fun holiday for adults and kids a like but if you have to eat gluten-free finding recipes for gluten-free hot cross buns, dinner rolls and Easter dessert recipes can be a big problem. I’ve taken care of that problem for you.
I have 25 gluten-free Easter recipes for you for free right here. I decided not to have Easter recipes for ham and potatoes and vegetables because they are naturally gluten-free and why would I waste your time and mine putting recipes on here that aren’t necessary. You do have to check out that bright pink hummus recipe though, it would be great for a gluten-free Easter dinner or party.
I did include two deviled egg Easter recipes. I just couldn’t resist, they are so cute and taste so good and are so perfect for Easter. We have deviled eggs for dinner, a snack or an appetizer every year. My mom always has some version of deviled eggs for her annual Grandchildren Easter party. Most kids love deviled eggs.
After that I have several gluten-Easter dinner roll recipes that would be great for your Easter dinner or lunch or brunch, whatever you do for Easter.
I also have several gluten-free carrot cake recipes. They would be perfect for Easter with all those carrots (rabbit food) in them.
Did you know that Kellogg’s Rice Krispie cereal is NOT gluten-free any more? It used to be but now it is not gluten-free. So check the ingredients on the box before you buy. They are not gluten-free because they have a small amount of malt flavoring which is made from barley. Products with barley malt flavoring and wheat starch are not gluten-free.
The good news is that Post’s Fruity Pebbles are gluten-free and with all of the different colors, they can make a cute and easy gluten-free Easter treat. For last years party my mom made the fruity pebbles cereal Easter eggs. They were real easy and fun to make. She just used the rice krispie treat recipe but used fruity pebbles instead. She bought a couple large size plastic Easter eggs and used them for a mold to make them into a perfect egg shape. She may have used some cooking spray once in awhile to keep them from sticking to the plastic egg. They were so quick and easy to make.
Check out the gluten-free peeps popcorn recipe, it looks so good and is so easy to make and it’s so Eastery. Enjoy your Easter with all of the dying and hunting and eating. Happy Easter!
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