Ainsley and I started this tradition on December 5, 2008 (a week before my celiac testing and seven months before her testing).
December 5, 2008
It saddened both me and Ainsley in December of 2009 when we went to visit our friends and saw their beautiful gingerbread houses on display. Ainsley kept asking if we could make a gingerbread house that holiday season, but I couldn’t find one that was gluten free. At that moment, I thought that our tradition had officially ended, but luckily I didn’t stop searching, and during the latter part of 2010, I discovered Rhode Island’s A & J Bakery and their allergen-free gingerbread house.
The gingerbread houses as well as the candy are all made in a dedicated nut and gluten free facility. (There is a pea protein present in the gingerbread house and there are some dirty food dyes in some of the candy.)
Here is a complete list of ingredients:
Our Gingerbread House has arrived!!
Ainsley was elated when I told her what was in this package.
She cannot wait to put it together!
Here’s everything you get.
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