Here is a list of what NOT to give someone with Gluten and Wheat Allergy:
4. DO NOT Give them homemade cookies or bake-goods you made.
Only give them bake goods if you are 100% sure they are gluten-free. wheat, barley, oats (unless it says Gluten Free Oats). Be extra careful with contamination. Make sure you wash your utensils, pots and pans extra hard. If at all possible use wax paper, aluminum foil or something on your pans to have extra protection from contamination.
5. DO NOT give them a subscription to Cooking Magazines such as Rachel Rays, Cooking Network, etc. (Unless told otherwise from your family member or friend).
I hate getting a subscription to Rachel Rays or the Cooking Network and seeing so many recipes that I can't have.There is always a way to take those recipes and make them gluten-free, but it takes time and money to perfect them into being tasty gluten-free.
Instead get them a magazine subscription to:
Simply Gluten Free Magazine
Gluten Free Living
6. DO NOT give hand creams, soaps, shampoos, conditioners and makeup without making sure they are gluten-free.
People forget there can be glutens in body lotions, hand lotions, soaps, shampoos, conditioners, and makeup. If you know the products the person you are buying for uses then you should be fine. If not just do a simple phone call to the company to make sure. You can also look it up on the Internet. Just keep in mind products ingredients do change so look for the date on your research.