Looking for gluten-free stocking stuffers? Well look no further than this post! Is it just me or are stockings the most fun part of Christmas?
I love seeing what creative and fun things my family can fit into my stocking. So I thought I would compile a list of over Over 20 gluten-free stocking stuffers to put in your loved one’s stocking.
I have broken this post down into 2 categories: food and non-food items to put into your stockings. Let me know in the comments: what’s the favorite gluten-free stocking stuffer you’ve ever received?
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Looking for delicious gluten-free food to put in your loved one’s stocking? Here are my favorite gluten-free treats to gift during the holidays!
Now I might be biased because I’ve been employed by Drizzilicious, but their gluten-free and plant-based snacks are truly amazing. I was so hesitant about their snacks but they are indulgent and delicious. They are packed full of flavor with the perfect crunchy texture.
Not only are they an amazing snack, but they are amazing as a topping on pretty much anything (check out how I use them on a topping on chia pudding and on fudge).
Their single-serve bags are perfect to stuff into your and gluten-free loved one’s stocking.
Candy canes are a classic holiday treat that are always a fun gluten-free stocking stuffer to gift!
When looking for gluten-free candy canes, look for the term “gluten-free” or a gluten-free certification on the label. Both mean that that product has to have less than 20ppm of gluten in them per USA FDA regulations.
I personally like Wholesome Organic Candy Canes because they’re certified gluten-free and are usually available at my local whole foods.
Another delicious gluten-free stocking stuffer to buy for your gluten-free friend’s are Reese’s cups or other chocolate nut butter cups. Before my celiac diagnosis, one of my favorite things to get in my stocking were the mini wrapped Reese’s cups. And because Reese’s cups are gluten-free, they still are my fave.
But if your loved one also has a peanut allergy or lactose intolerance with celiac, then I recommend trying out Free2B Sun Cups or Eating Evolved Coconut Cups instead.
Coffee and tea are great things to add to gluten-free stockings. What’s more perfect than a warming drink for your loved ones to enjoy during the winter?
To make sure your tea or coffee is celiac-safe or gluten-free, look for brands that state their products/product is “gluten-free” or certified gluten-free.
My favorite gluten-free flavored coffee to order on
Amazon is this Chocolate Caramel Brownie one. My favorite tea on Amazon is the Red Dragon Chai by Stash Tea (also pictured).
Maybe this is the adult in me, but receiving some nut butter in my gluten-free stocking would make me ecstatic. Who doesn’t love peanut butter?
My favorite nut butters are the RX Bar Protein Nut Butter Packets or Justin’s nut butter. But honestly, give me any kind of fancy nut butter and I’ll love it.
Another delicious gluten-free stocking stuffer to add to you loved one’s stocking are Hershey Kisses! After all, who doesn’t want a kiss on Christmas? *winks*
These are a great and fun gift to anyone but be sure to read the label to make sure they are gluten free, not all flavors are. My favorite are always the classic chocolate ones (linked here and pictured above!)
This is a great gluten-free stocking stuffer for those who love the end brownie pieces or crisp edges on the pan. These are perfect to hit the spot when you are craving something chocolaty and crunchy
My Grandma gifted me this gluten-free brownie brittle as a stocking stuffer one year and I was hooked! It’s 10x more delicious than it sounds and it’s a creative treat to gift!
See’s Candy is a gourmet candy shop. This is great because you can make a box of candy yourself or purchase one off of their shelves. Most of their candy sold is gluten-free.
Some of their candy is processed in the same facility or on the same equipment as gluten. If you’re concerned or you know that your gluten-free loved one would be concerned, perhaps choose a different option.
If you have a friend or family member that has a sweet tooth but not a huge fan of chocolate, grab them a bag of some chewy caramels. Caramel comes in a variety of flavors, textures, gourmet or found in the store. Whatever you choose just make sure they are gluten free.
My absolutely favorite caramel to buy since I’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease are Lovely Candy’s Gluten-free Caramels. They have the best texture and flavor in my opinion.
Enjoy Life Gluten-Free Soft Baked Cookies are a great gluten-free stocking stuffer for any cookie monsters in your home. They are soft cookies that come in a variety of flavors.
Enjoy Life also has a line of crunchy cookies to enjoy as well. You could also choose other gluten-free cookies to gift as well. Just make sure the ingredients are up to par with your gluten-free loved one.
While there are lots of delicious treats you can use as gluten-free stocking stuffers, non-food items are also fun to put in stockings. Below are some the fun things you might consider putting in your loved one’s stocking…
A great non-food gluten-free stocking stuffer to buy are shower steamers. They are great for those who love relaxing with a hot shower after a long day.
What’s really fun about these are that they comes in a lot of scents to fit any person’s fragrance palate. They also come in birth month flower steamers for every celebration. Here are some gluten-free shower steamers.
Another fun non-food related gluten-free stocking stuffer are magnetic bookmarks. These are great for any avid book readers in your family. They’ll Never lose their place again when they fall asleep. Here are some cute ones. But you can find lots of other options on Amazon or Etsy that could be fun to gift your loved one.
A creative gluten-free stocking stuffer to gifts friends and family are creative coasters. Preferably coasters that match your loved one’s style. It can be a fun way to help them showcase their personality in their home.
For example these Record Coasters are perfect for any groovy family member that wants to keep the water marks off their furniture. Here are some fun ones.
Another fun stocking stuffer that doesn’t contain gluten are planters. If you’ve got a loved one with a green thumb or someone who owns over 150+ plants like me… planters can be a great stocking stuffer.
Particularly the 4 inch and smaller ones as any bigger and it might not fit or it might break the stocking. Here are some super cute ones.
A musical non-food stocking stuffer to give to a gluten-free friend are fun guitar picks. It’s a perfect and personal gift that will please the guitar or ukulele playing family member or friend. This website has some nice ones.
Need a gluten-free stocking stuffer for your friend or family member who loves playing games? This is a great game to see who really knows you or what people think of you. (Not a game for easily butt hurt people – you were warned) Check it out here.
This is the perfect stocking stuffer for your gluten-free loved one who’s phone is always dying. We all have that friend or family member, so this is great for them. I like these ones.
You can really make it the perfect gift by buying them phone charging cables too! There are two people in my life who always get new charging cables from me every year because for some reason theirs are always breaking or getting lost.
Living gluten-free often means you have to do a lot of cooking so giving cooking related stocking stuffers is great. This Rub-a-Way Bar is a creative option to consider.
It is a stainless steel odor absorber to get rid of those strong odors leftover on your hands from handling cutting smelly foods such as onions and garlic. Check it out here.
If you’ve got an arty gluten-free loved one, this gluten-free stocking stuffer is a creative gift! Kids or adults who love to color, can enjoy these pencils when they become too short instead of throwing them away, plant them. Check these plantable pencils out here.
If your loved one doesn’t have a green thumb, you can also buy them other sets of coloring utensils too. I know my mom always loves getting new sets of markers and coloring pencils to use in her art.
Give the gift of iron in your gluten-free friend’s stocking. If you didn’t know, iron deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies in the celiac population.
And a gluten-free diet is often low in iron. That makes this iron fish the perfect gift for celiacs. Gift them an easy way to add iron to their meals with a lucky iron leaf or fish. They just cook their food with it and it enriches their meals with iron. Check it out here.
It’s the season of dry skin and lips. Maybe I’m just irresponsible or maybe it’s just because chapstick is just so hard to keep track of, but I am always in need of more chapstick.
Chapstick is one of the beauty products that you for sure want to make sure it’s gluten-free. My favorite gluten-free chapsticks are by Sun Bum. They not only hydrate the lips but the protect them from the sun.
High-quality reusable sandwich bags can be an awesome gluten-free stocking stuffer for those gluten-free loved ones who are trying to reduce their environmental footprint.
I personally love Stasher’s Reusable Bags because they are dishwasher-safe, microwave-safe and more. They are super convenient and the ziplock opening is pretty much leak-proof (from my experience). My mom gives these to me every year and I am always so grateful.
BONUS: you can shove other stocking stuffers into the reusable bags you buy. Maybe Reese’s in one reusable bag and hard candies in another?
Before you roll your eyes and say you’ve heard this suggestion before, let me JUSTIFY my suggestion.
There are lots of fun stationery and office supplies you can gift in stockings that someone might not otherwise consider for themselves.
For example, these Word. Pocket Notebooks that feature checkboxes inside to help with notes and to-do lists. I received this in my stocking one year and have fallen in love with them since.
You might also consider some unconventional sticky notes, like these ones, which use friction to stick to surfaces instead of glue (getting rid of gross residues that are sometimes left behind by traditional sticky notes).