As you all know, Easter is coming up this Sunday! When I was younger I used to make gluten-free treats with my mom and Grandma all the time but since growing up I obviously haven’t it as much. I remember it was something I always enjoyed doing with them every year but at the time I wasn’t gluten-free! We always looked up recipes and picked something Easter themed to make then eat together. I loved doing this as a kid every year and I know it’s something most kids enjoy doing too. Gluten-free may make this a little harder to do but here’s 10 easy gluten-free Easter themed recipes to try with your kids or on your own!
10 Easy Gluten-Free Easter Recipes:
Allergy Friendly Peanut Butter Cups!
Reese’s peanut butter cups are already gluten-free but have tons of added ingredients. If you want to make allergy free ones free of dairy, peanuts, and gluten then try this recipe out!
Fruit snacks are normally gluten-free but have terrible added ingredients. Often HFCS is one of the first ingredients used so this recipe is much better! It’s free of the top 8 allergens and needs very few ingredients!
If you’ve missed coconut cremes because you are dairy free or gluten-free then this is a great recipe to try! It only needs a couple ingredients plus it can be made dairy free if you use Enjoy Life chocolate chips.
If it’s warm enough in your area then you should try this fruity Easter smoothie recipe! It’s naturally gluten-free and can be made dairy free if you use almond milk. This could be a fun recipe to do for a refreshing treat!
This recipe is nut free, gluten-free, plus it’s vegan! It needs very few ingredients to make and can be a healthier option to fudge you’ve tried before. It’s not necessarily a Easter recipe but it’s one I’m sure you’ll enjoy.
Gluten-Free Toasted Coconut Meringue Nests!
This recipe is a little different than a lot of the gluten-free recipes posted but it is a very easy one to make. It’s free of most allergens besides eggs and is a great idea to make fore Easter. Try it out if you have the ingredients cause you only need 6!
If you’re a fan of thin mints but have not had them since going gluten-free, why not try making your own? They can also be made dairy free if you use the right ingredients plus they will be free of all the other additives. This could be a fun treat to make for Easter and one that is extremely easy too!
Twix have always been my favorite and one candy I missed. The last time I had a Twix was 4 years ago and I’ve definitely missed them since. This recipe is a much healthier version of Twix plus it’s gluten-free! It uses dates and natural ingredients which means it can be a great treat to bring back for Easter.
Crunch bars were something that I always enjoyed as a kid too. Now since going gluten-free I haven’t been able to eat them but I have searched for similar recipes! This recipe of great and only needs 2 ingredients! It can also be made dairy free as well if you use Enjoy Life chocolate chips.