A Gluten Free Thanksgiving
What is Thanksgiving without rolls, Pepperidge Farm stuffing, and flour based cakes and pies? It’s a gluten free Thanksgiving, and it’s much easier to pull off than you might think! If you have guests that are Celiac disease sufferers or who have an allergy to gluten or its relatives (there are many), be sure to run your plans by them, as for some individuals even a little bit of cross-contamination will spoil the day and maybe even the weekend.
Without further ado, here are some ideas and recipes to peruse:
- Hummus filled cucumber or zucchini cups
- Raw veggie tray with dressing/dip
- Cheese tray with rice crackers or nut thins
- Olive tray
- Caprese tray (tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and balsamic drizzle)
- Scalloped potatoes
- Roasted root vegetables – with olive oil, salt and pepper
- Mommypotamus Dressing
- Serious Eats Green bean casserole
- Land O’Lakes Sour Cream Cornbread
- Pumpkin muffins
- Apple cake with cream cheese swirl and browned butter frosting
- Sweet potato, pumpkin, or pecan pie with a coconut or almond flour crust
- Creme brulee
- Baked apples or pears
- Brownies with peanut butter cream cheese topping
Is there a menu item that is make it or break for Thanksgiving for you – what is it?
Disclaimer: My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. I have not had the opportunity to try all of these recipes, but they are offered in one place so that it may make your planning easier.