TOP PICKS:12 Gluten Free Sweet Christmas Products In The Normal Aisles
I’ve picked out 12 of my fave sweet gluten free Christmas products from the “NORMAL AISLES”!!
They’re all here because:
- They are bits you might not expect to be gluten free
- They’ve been tried & tested either this Christmas or the last few and I want to tell you all how yummy they are!!!
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Ok so lets get cracking with the top sweet picks…
Tesco Only – Kettle Crisps Roast Chicken & Thyme -I was gutted when I couldn’t find a gluten free versions of Sensations Roast Chicken & Thyme but this year my prayers have been answered!!!! These are AMAZING.
Morrisons Black Forest Pavlova Crown – beautifully decorated and perfect for a Christmas treat
Coop Mini Melting Choc Puddings – in the freezer and always gets rave reviews from you lovely lot 🙂
Coop Salted Caramel Profiteroles – milk free too!!!!! These profiteroles are really yummy and perfect in a big stack as the centrepiece of the table.
Coop Truffles and Luxury Choc Selection – how good do these sound?! So nice to be able to pick up pretty truffles like this in the regular aisles.
Marks & Spencer Salted Caramel Pine Cones – Have to admit I haven’t tried these but they are the most beautiful chocolates I’ve seen in the shops and given they’re M&S, there’s no way they’re not delish too.
Marks and Spencer Salted Caramel Brownie Cream Liqueur – everything about this sounds insane.
Roulades – most of the supermarkets have gluten free roulades this Christmas so make sure you don’t miss them!!! Here’s a couple of the ones that stood out to me…
Marks & Spencer Chocolate Truffle Collection – I was lucky enough to be sent this box from M&S. Its HUGE and so beautifully presented. We’re saving our box for an extra special occasion but Charlie has sneakily tried one of each of the chocs already and apparently they are delicious!!!
Marks and Spencer Swiss Truffle Chocolate Assortment – basically like Lindt balls (most of which aren’t gluten free). You can get a cheaper version in the Poundshop too but these are 100x better and its Christmas!!!!!
2 Free From Desserts that have snuck in!! Ok these two are from the Free From Aisle but I couldn’t help but include them because I have had my family test both and they looked, smelt and apparently tasted INCREDIBLE (both contain dairy so couldn’t try them myself…boo)