Friday, December 3, 2010

Gluten Free Gingerbread House Kit

This weekend I'm gearing up to do some baking and I hope it turns out so I can post some dairy free options for my fudge and sugar plum cookies. It's going to be time consuming but I hope worth every minute.

I'm also going to make our gingerbread house so the kids can decorate it on Sunday but I saw on Gluten Free Mom's blog this alternative to baking it all myself. A & J Bakery sells allergen friendly gingerbread house kits you can order online. They are free of peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, gluten, soy, egg, dairy, and sesame. Check them out, it can be the perfect way to save some time during the busy season but also still get in those fun times and happy memories with the kids.


  1. Cindy,
    I use plain unsweetened soy milk, earth balance non hydrogenated margarine, and enjoy Life chocolate chips to make fudge, (my recipe is similar to yours). While not the same as with dairy it is very good. Sorry I did not see this sooner. Karen

  2. The only thing different from what you listed is I made my own evaporated rice milk. It was time consuming but not terrible, I think next time I'm just going to try coconut creamer. I noticed a strong flavor of the earth balance margarine that really turned me off. The kids and husband loved it but I need to figure something out to work as a partial replacement so the flavor isn't so strong.