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Gluten-Free Entertaining Ideas & Recipes for Fall

New Printable Guides offer tips to impress gluten-free family and friends this season, courtesy of NFCA & Thai Kitchen.

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) and Thai Kitchen have teamed up to help you through the holiday season. These gluten-free entertaining tips can be used for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or any time you have company over this fall.

New Guides:

Thai Kitchen Gluten-Free Fall GuideFall Flavors Cooking & Entertaining Guide: This new tip sheet lists various ways to dress up your home and spice up your dishes using seasonal touches. This handout also includes an easy recipe for gluten-free Coconut Pumpkin Bread Pudding.

Make Your Own Origami Tulip: Get the family involved in this fun and creative craft. Follow the simple instructions step-by-step and fold-by-fold to create a paper flower. Write your guests’ names on them and use as place cards at your table.

Win Thai Kitchen Gluten-Free Products!

Visit NFCA’s Gluten-Free Hot Products blog on Wednesday, Oct. 12, for the chance to win free products from Thai Kitchen so you can make these festive gluten-free recipes at home.

Go to Gluten-Free Hot Products »

Next week: NFCA will highlight another part of the season: Football. Look for our Gluten-Free Tailgating Guide on NFCA’s Athletes for Awareness blog, plus another chance to win free Thai Kitchen products!

Find these guides, gluten-free recipes, and cooking videos year-round in our Thai Kitchen Recipe Box.

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