Finding Gluten-Free Love

Gluten Free Friendship Bars III, originally uploaded by A Gluten-Free Guide.

My best Valentine’s day in recent memory was during my first year in Manhattan. My best friend sent me a surprise gift that absolutely made my day.

Cupid’s big day is around the corner yet again. Whether you have a sweetheart or not, it’s a great opportunity to celebrate love and friendship. There are plenty of gluten-free holiday candies. Necco brand conversation hearts and Hershey’s chocolate kisses are both gluten-free. For a full list of gluten-free candy, download this 32 page file. You won’t be lacking options, but your dentist might not be pleased.

If you want to make your own gluten-free Valentine’s day treats, try these Friendship Bars, Chocolate Fondue, Chocolate Covered Strawberries, or a gluten-free cupcake.

I am planning a trip for the day, no, not with a sweetheart (don’t want Mom to get her hopes up) but to visit a friend that I love. I can’t imagine a better way to spend the day.


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Jeff S said,

February 11, 2008 @ 9:15 pm

The friendship bars look delicious! I’ve tagged you, please see my blog for details…

Lynn Barry said,

February 12, 2008 @ 1:57 pm

Why is it that moms are like that? I know I have four and as soon as one gets settled in a nice relationship I do feel like I can relax…hehehe When they are single I do seem to want them with someone…can’t win. HUGS

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