cranberry pear ginger crisp with GF oats - they can be found at most places. You can also just purchase GF bisquick for a quick self-rising flour substitution - readily available. I use egg as a "gluten substitute" in baking, but you can also use gelatin or chia/flax.
Fruit pies with GF crust. You can buy crust premade at places like Whole Foods. I think they are egg free.
Second cornstarch ice cream and panna cotta.
You should check to make sure they can still have egg whites or tree nuts due to cross contamination. May also have to watch chocolate because much can contain traces of nuts. I would jsut ask your friend if it is an issue.
jsaimd, Yes, he can have egg whites (his wife makes different kinds of meringue cookies for him) and he can have tree nuts.
I like so many of these ideas, I'll save this thread and refer back to it throughout the year when we are having this couple over for dinner.
Emme, he is allergic to poultry, but can have egg whites. They don't contain whatever the substance is that disagrees with him.
Dairy isn't a problem at all, thank goodness, or the poor man wouldn't have anything fun to eat!
no yolks, but is that no dairy?
if not, i was going to suggest panna cotta with a nice balsamic fruit reduction, perhaps cranberry something or even some roasted pumpkin cubes with maple and spices.
or a nice pumpkin ice cream or vanilla bean ice cream, using cornstarch, no yolks, with a similar sauce.
or a coconut milk rice pudding with some toasted coconut and broiled pineapple something like this...
or a raspberry or cranberry or other fruited fool (so simple)
or a fruit gratin - just slice up fruit, top with a little brown sugar, lemon or lime or orange or grapefruit zest, dot with butter and dollop with some vanilla yogurt and broil.
or similar to a panna cotta, a buttermilk pudding
Can he have egg whites? If so, you can make a large pavlova (or individual ones) with festive fruits on top. Or Eton Mess which uses crushed meringue, whipped cream, fruit (raspberries are glorious) and fruit coulis. That is what I am making this Christmas. I love the varied textures and flavours - you get soft and pillowy, crunchy, sweet, tart...
- peppermint fudge or bark
- molasses crinkle cookies made with GF flour blend & egg replacer
- eggless cheesecake (make a nut crust, or use GF & egg-free gingersnaps or graham crackers, or Mi-Del cinnamon snaps)
you could also make my molasses-ginger cake, which works really well with any basic GF flour blend (just use store-bought egg replacer or the flax/chia trick):