What to put in a Gluten Free Christmas hamper?

It wouldn’t be Christmas without indulgent treats especially when you are gluten free. In many households the luxury gluten free Christmas hamper is a festive staple.

Gift selections of sweet treats and savoury delicacies without gluten make the perfect gift, and you can add a truly personal touch, by creating your own hamper selection

Not sure what food and drink to add? Follow this guide for the ultimate list of must-haves in a gluten free Christmas Hamper. 

For more inspiration, see our gluten free hampers for Christmas 2021.

The food

Christmas hampers typically contain tasty food items; seasonal favourites like mince pies, Christmas pudding, spiced preserves, biscuits, chocolate, and cheese. Among the sweets and savouries, many also contain bottles of wine or, for non-alcoholic hampers, tea, coffee or cocoa.

Mince pies:

Lovemore Luxury Mince Pies
Made with beautifully tasty shortcrust pastry and deep filled with a rich moist mincemeat, Lovemore Luxury Mince Pies are particularly good alongside a cup of tea, and also work well with a glass of mulled wine. Free from gluten, wheat and milk. Details here.  

Christmas pudding:

Jenkins & Hustwit Gluten Free Christmas pudding
Made in summertime and left to mature until Christmas, this rich, spiced, boozy pudding is packed with raisins, currants and mixed peel, brandy and a festive mix of spices including cinnamon, ginger, allspice, nutmeg and cloves. Serve with a brandy cream, butter, sauce, custard or ice cream, or just on its own. Details here.

Biscuits

What Christmas hamper is complete without a few suitably spiced biscuits sprinkled throughout?

Lazy Days Free from Luxury Gluten Free Tiffin Selection Box
This is a special selection pack containing 4 squares each of Belgian dark chocolate Tiffin, Rocky Road and Cranberry & Orange Tiffin. A special treat over the holiday season, details here.

Cheese:

Arran Cheddar Truckle
A firm bodied cheese aged slowly to create a taste that is rugged, bold and full of character. Great with Scottish oatcakes. Details here.

Drinks

Beer, lagers, stouts and ales contain varying amounts of gluten and are not suitable for a gluten free diet, but there are gluten free beer options are available. Whisky is also gluten free as the whisky distilling process removes any trace of gluten.


Lager

Peroni Gluten Free Lager has a crips, refreshing taste with a citrus aroma and has been endorsed by the Italian Coeliac Association. Details here

Whisky

Isla of Jura single malt has the subtle smokiness associated with Jura’s excellent single malts with vanilla and sherried sweetness underneath. Details here


Preserves

Preserves are a quick and easy way to ward off the winter chill and add some flavour to your Christmas hamper.

St Dalfour Wild Berry Conserve
St Dalfour Wild Blueberry Conserve is a delicious all-natural fruit spread made to a traditional French recipe. Gluten free and sweetened with only fruit juice concentrate, it does not contain any added sugar, colourings, flavourings, or preservatives. Details here.

Something different 

If you want to include something a little less traditional, why not go for one of the following: 

Raw Halo Mylk & Salt Chocolate Bar 35g

Luxurious and smooth dairy-free mylk chocolate, where raw cacao meets creamy cashew nut butter with a pinch of pink Himalayan salt. Naturally sweetened with coconut sugar. Details here.

The basket

The presentation of your hamper is just as important as the contents. Choose a nice wicker hamper. Or a red gift box which makes quite an impact under the Christmas tree. 

And the easiest way to create your own gluten free hamper?


Create a selection online using our simple to use menu. Our expert packers will carefully hand-pack your order.

And since we really do try to make things as easy for you as possible you can choose your delivery date too! (check out our How To guide)

Begin creating your own hamper >>>

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