When you are gluten free holidays like Valentine’s Day can be a little tricky! Not all chocolates and candy are gluten free. Even ones that are normally gluten free sometimes aren’t when they are made into cute shapes for the holidays. You can check here for gluten free candy choices and what to watch out for!
So, besides candy and sweets, body products also need to be watched for gluten as some people with celiac react to gluten topically. (Like I do) With all of this in mind I put together some Valentines ideas that would be safe for anyone with gluten intolerance or celiac disease.
Romantic Gluten Free Bathroom
Bath bombs, my daughter’s guilty pleasure. They smell so good and help to relax.
My bathroom has the nice big tub and so my daughter asked if she could use her bath bomb in there. I have candles around my tub and suggested she turn them on when she was soaking. She told me “Mom, knows how to bathe in style!”. Having a remote control makes them easy to use and enjoy! I have ones I have to turn on manually and others with a remote control and timer; I prefer the candles with remotes!!!
Shave Kit for Him
For your clean shaved man.
Beard Grooming Kit
A nice well kept beard is attractive.
His and Her Robes
I always thought this would be so much fun to have his and her robes!
Gluten Free Bedroom
Pillow case fun
These are so much fun!
From My Heart to Yours
The story carries from one pillow case to the next as he blows bubbles that turn into hearts as they get close to her.
“I love You- Love You More”
I have these ones and need to get them on my bed!
“I Love Sleeping and You”
Just stating the things that are important. Kind of like counting your blessings.
“His Sleeping Beauty- Her Sexy Beast”
* There weren’t many left but I thought it was cute and wanted to include it!
Gluten Free Valentines In The Kitchen
A New Cookbook
Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain Celebrations: A Year of Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes for Every Occasion
This book has gluten free and sugar free recipes for cookies and cakes!
Hot Cocoa Love
Hot Cocoa Love is found on Inktale. (Not an affiliate, but this is one of my daughter’s products that she sells.)
These are so cute! They fit together in a kiss and come with matching spoons.
Cute Valentine’s Day Apron
A Spoon Full of Love
Engraved spoon declaring your love for Mom or Dad. (There are some other options for engravings.)
Personalized Cutting Board
“Everything is better in _______________________ Kitchen” Have your loved ones name inserted onto this cutting board.
Especially, when you are new to going gluten free, kitchen tools are nice to get. Old mixers and equipment may be hiding gluten in knicks, scratches and porous materials. (Such as is used in waffle irons, griddles, non-stick pans, and stones)
Stainless steel is nice, since it isn’t porous and gluten can’t hide in those pores! This is especially helpful if your home isn’t completely gluten free!
Miscellaneous Gluten Free Valentines
“You Will Forever Be My Always”
Picture frame and photo of the two of you.
His and Hers Drawstring Bags
He will always be Mr. Right and she will always be Mrs. Always Right!
Inspirational Valentines Messages
There are 31 inspirational messages and you can always add more of your own little love notes to the jar!
I love this idea! We got this journal a couple of years ago. I have to admit we have gotten behind in writing in it. We did better the first year and a half! I love to read what his responses are, how we have changed and grown over the past few years and doing this together!
1 Year Couple Journal
This one is a little easier to keep up with considering it is one year. Great questions and fill in spaces.
Tabletopics – couples game
Ever worry about what to talk about or want to deepen your conversations? This has some great conversation starters and topics to discuss. Careful, there are a few that could start some arguments like: “Which of us is the worst backseat driver?”
A fun way to show your love and will last longer than flowers. I love these statues. In my opinion, because they are faceless they help us to put ourselves in their place. We can better envision ourselves in that dance or loving embrace.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Remember the one you love. It is a symbolic day that helps us to remember to take time for one another. It doesn’t have to be all candy and flowers (Though those are nice too!). Here are some ideas for the kids that are gluten free.