You’ll be the top chef with these 6 favorite gluten free Thanksgiving recipes that can be enjoyed by everyone at the holiday table.
I have an extra special post for you today! I’ve compiled my family’s favorite gluten-free recipes that I make each year for our Thanksgiving dinner.
I love cooking for our holiday feast, but it can be a little tricky to reinvent the Thanksgiving staples for those who have gluten intolerance. How to enjoy stuffing or turkey gravy or apple pie that are usually made with wheat flour?
Not to fear! Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving in your home or visiting friends and family, you’ll be the top chef with these delicious dishes that can be enjoyed by everyone at the holiday table.
Most gravy is thickened with wheat flour, but I’ve found a great tasting instant mix that is gluten free and made by Maxwell’s Kitchen. It takes minutes to prepare over the stove and is usually my go-to solution when I need to whip up gravy in a pinch.
However, for Thanksgiving I love to accompany the turkey with my own homemade, velvety smooth gravy made with the turkey drippings. Yum.
Thanksgiving just doesn’t seem like Thanksgiving without the stuffing. Several of the secret ingredients to my savory, gluten-free version are Udi’s bread, onions, celery, bell peppers, garlic, parsley, sage, and thyme.
And, best of all, it takes only twenty minutes to prepare and then an hour in the oven. I make sure to use my biggest casserole dish as everyone always clamors for seconds and thirds.
Bacon Brussels sprouts! I love serving up a special vegetable on holidays. Delicious side dishes don’t get any better than this. 😊
This beautiful pie could be reserved for dessert, but I usually sneak it onto the table as a side dish with the ham and turkey. It can be made in a gluten free pie shell or without the crust as a creamy pudding. Let me show you how to make this scrumptious sweet potato dish both ways. With the first bite, you’ll fall in love with its sweet, creamy goodness.
Your gluten-free taste buds don’t have to skip dessert at this year’s Thanksgiving. This pumpkin crisp combines all the wonderful flavors of fall with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg and a topping of crunchy chopped pecans.
Yes, I’ve saved the best for last. Here it is. A delectable gluten-free apple pie just for you. Juicy apple slices tossed with spices and covered in a flakey, flavorful crust. Is your mouth watering yet? 😉
New! I’m slipping in two more irresistible must try recipes.
Happy Thanksgiving, friends! I hope these quick and easy recipes will become favorites in your house as they are in mine. Have a blessed and delicious Thanksgiving feast!
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