Tis the season to be jolly, and eat all the food in sight.
That’s the saying, right?
The Christmas invitations will soon start flooding in, but the buffet parties can quickly become something of a minefield if you suffer from an allergy or dietary restriction.
But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Here are twelve items which are in the shops right now, and are waiting to be added to your ‘free from’ party buffet.
1. Sainsbury’s Free From Cream Cheese
This is a great option as it’s coconut-based.
It’s dairy free, it’s spreadable and it tastes vaguely similar to an actual cheese spread.
2. Tracklements Christmas Spiced Chutney
Taste all the festive vibes with this bramley apple, nutmeg and cinnamon chutney, totally appropriate for the gluten and dairy free buffets.
3. Schar’s High Fibre Crispbread
These crispbreads are the perfect gluten free alternative to accompany your ‘cheese’ and chutney.
4. Morrisons Lamb Cannon With Chestnut And Onion Stuffing
Morrisons have you covered for a centrepiece meat.
The gluten free stuffing is a treat, so make sure you slice this up for your guests for maximum effect.
5. Genius Sausage Rolls
Genius frozen sausage rolls are the perfect buffet warmer and this gluten free pastry remains surprisingly crisp.
6. Too Good To Be Pork Pies
Pork pies are a long standing buffet staple and this gluten free pastry stuffed with British pork definitely ticks it off the list.
7. Food Should Taste Good, Tortilla Chips
These babies come in three flavours and have winged their way across the Atlantic to grace our snack bowls.
8. Holy Moly, Guacamole
We highly recommend getting a scoop of this on the tortilla chip above.
Holy Moly only does avocados – and boy they do them well.
Pick from a ‘saintly’ original guacamole or a hot version.
9. Hotel Chocolat, Dark Chocolate Yule Log
A Yule log like no other.
Easily sliceable dark chocolate filled with nutty pralines, this is a real party pleaser, despite being completely dairy and gluten free.
10. LillyPuds Christmas Pudding
Lillypuds is a small family business based in East Anglia producing beautifully gluten free Christmas puds.
Packed with fruits, brandy and ginger, this pudding is all the festive feels in a mouthful.
11. Booja Booja Champagne Truffles
Decadent and laced with real champagne, these are a real gem.
Note for shoppers, they do come with a bit of a pricetag, but if you’re going to splurge, these gluten free and dairy free delights are worth every penny.
12. Green’s Beers
And to wash it all down, a naturally gluten free beer.
Green’s use alternate grains like millet, buckwheat and brown rice.
The gold dry-hopped lager is a personal favourite.
Bryony is a journalist and major foodie. She talks endlessly about food over at @abellyfullofbryony.
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