Are you looking for gluten-free recipes for Thanksgiving? If so, then we’ve got you covered. The number of gluten-free recipes on blogs and websites are plentiful and offer a unique twist on traditional favorites. Thanksgiving should not be a time of stress, but one where you enjoy gluten-free cooking/baking and sharing good food and conversation with the ones you love.
The list below is only a small sampling of gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes that can be found online.
- Live Gluten Freely – the website launched by General Mills has a number of gluten-free recipes complete with photos. They also have tips on how to have a gluten-free Thanksgiving.
- Sure Foods Living – offers gluten-free recipes and tips for Thanksgiving
- The Gling – has what they call a Thanksgiving Menuzine full of gluten-free recipes. It is basically an online cookbook offering recipes for: Entrees, Sides, Desserts and Drinks. The Gling is a social media site for those on the gluten-free diet, so the recipes are submitted by their members.
- Go Dairy Free – has a dairy-free Thanksgiving list of recipes by the following categories: Bread, Entrees, Stuffing/Dressing, Vegetables/Side and Dessert. Not all of the recipes are gluten-free, but there are a number of gluten-free options included in the list.
- Elana’s Pantry – has a complete gluten-free Thanksgiving menu. The great thing about Elana’s gluten-free recipes is not only are they easy to make, but they are healthful and tasty recipes that are a real crowd pleaser. We recently had her Paleo crackers made from almond meal and sesame and could not believe how wonderful they were.
- Gluten Free Girl and the Chef – are sharing theirgluten-free Thanksgiving recipes on their site.
- Gluten-Free Goddess – offers tips and recipes for enjoying a gluten-free Thanksgiving.
- A gluten-free baking challenge was launched on Twitter by Gluten-Free Girl challenging all chefs to produce gluten-free Thanksgiving Recipes. The results are just astounding and can be found onTwitter by using the hash tag #gfbakingchallenge
- Even the New York Times did an article on gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes by Silvana Nardone
Whatever you choose to make this year, please have a safe and gluten-free Thanksgiving!
Author Information: Jennifer D. Harris, Atlanta, GA
Jennifer D. Harris, http://www.jenniferglutenfreeingeorgia.blogspot.com
Gluten-Free Product Specialist, Return to Eden
Program Chair, Atlanta Metro CeliacsTwitter@jenniferGFinGA