You’ll find a number of Christmas worthy recipes in this week’s gluten-free meal scheme. The cinnamon goes are so appetizing and have been a family favorite for Christmas morning! We all really desire the salmon too, which I often fix on Christmas eve. You can find more of my favorite Christmas recipes now.
Baked Salmon– This salmon is very easy to do, and so delicious!
Slow Cooker Honey Mustard Ham– If you don’t want to invest the working day in the kitchen, this ham is super easy.
Ham Loaf– This is a luscious room to use leftover ham. My household ever enjoys it.
Salisbury Steak– Here’s a luscious direction to dress up ground beef.
Slow Cooker Beef and Green Beans– Slow cooked beef always is about to change nice and tender.
Italian Sausage and Pasta– This is an easy stove top meal for a hectic evening.
Smoked Sweet Potatoes– These can be made in the over or with a smoker and make a great line-up dish.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts– Roasting is the best method to cook Brussels germinates, in my opinion.
Homemade Cranberry Sauce– This homemade cranberry sauce make a perfect addition to the Christmas table.
Cinnamon Rolls– These are truly, really good, and certainly Christmas worthy!
Cinnamon Pecan Coffee Cake– If you want to avoid grains and/ or refined sugar, this is a moist and yummy cinnamony chocolate cake that can take the place of cinnamon rolls.
Coconut Cashew Clove Balls– This recipe from my mama has been a hit with family and working acquaintances for years.
Chocolate Orange Truffles– These year clods are a healthier form of a appetizing treat.
Paleo Snickerdoodles– The texture of this paleo copy is more chewy than other snickerdoodles, but they still have that immense cinnamon flavor.