Use these adorable fall recipe cards for sharing your favorite gluten-free recipes. Simply download, print and cut!
In today’s techy world you can find so many recipes on-line. However, recipe cards are an easy way to share family recipes, like Mom’s Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie. Although I have self-published several gluten-free cookbooks, I have a darling recipe box that I use all the time to store my favorite recipes in. I have several different designs of recipe cards that I have collected through the years. I dig into that box every month when I do the meal planning. Those cards help make that monotonous task a little more fun!
I give a lot of baked goods as gifts. I enjoy writing out the recipe on a cute card and including it with the gift. Imagine how fun it would be to receive a fresh-baked loaf of gluten-free banana bread in a basket line with a pretty dish towel and the recipe tucked inside. It would make a cute “welcome to the neighborhood”, “hostess”, “thank you” or “birthday” gift idea. Another cute gift idea would be stack the recipe cards and tie colored baker’s twine around them.
Fall Recipe Cards
These fall recipe cards feature 12 different color designs (print all 12 or just your favorites). The front side of the card includes a spot for the recipe name and list of ingredients and a baking tip at the bottom.
The back of the recipe card includes plenty of space for writing out the directions.
Directions for Downloading Recipe Cards
To Print Fall Recipe Cards:
Print page 1 of this file on the front of an 8.5″ x 11″ inch piece of cardstock, then flip over and print page 2 on the back of the sheet.
In the Acrobat print settings, make sure that you select Size Option “Actual Size” top to ensure that the front and back of the cards line up. Then cut cards.
Are you looking for some yummy gluten-free fall recipes to share? These are some of my favorites:
From my kitchen to yours,