Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Menu

Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Menu

Do you know what I love about food blogging?   In addition to developing recipes, I love trying out recipes by other bloggers.  There are just so many good ideas out there!   Obviously, when I wanted to come up with a gluten-free Thanksgiving menu, I headed to the search bar in Pinterest to find some recipes that will work for us!

Whether you are looking for gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan or nut-free.  You can just type your keywords into the Pinterest search bar and, trust me, you will find what you are looking for.

I had to prepare dinner for around 20 people.  Not everyone who was attending is gluten-free.  But instead of serving just low carb choices, I turned to gluten-free grains.   I also tried to make my menu as hassle-free as possible.  I made anything I could ahead of time, plus I used a lot of crock pots and reached out to relatives to bring dishes.

I cooked sweet potatoes and the mashed potatoes in slow cookers, and used my favorite blender stick to quickly smooth them out.  I also cooked my turkey in a counter top roaster.


Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Menu 

Turkey- naturally gluten-free 🙂

Cranberry Relish- made by my sister-in-law, Michelle

Coconut Butternut Squash Soup from Kara  – I made this soup a week before Thanksgiving and froze it.

Wild Rice and Sausage Dressing from Martha Stewart – I used a rice cooker.  This saved me a lot of hassle.  I made the stuffing the day before

Gluten-Free Corn Bread  Muffins from Happily Unprocessed, made by my sister-in-law, Sarah.  I am in LOVE with this cornbread.

Sweet Potato Mash

White Potato Mash

Thanksgiving Salad, by my mother-in-law

Brussal Sprouts sauteed with bacon, by my mother-in-law

Jell0, made by my my husband’s aunt Dorothy.


I actually ended up serving the rice pudding to my nieces and nephews for breakfast the morning after because we already had a lot of dessert.

Pumpkin Pie Rice Pudding from the

Crustless coconut pumpkin Pie

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cake, my sister-in-law made.

Whipped Cream

Coconut Whipped Cream

Thanksgiving Spread

I really thought his menu was good. The highlight for me, was that gluten-free cornbread. I love recipes with cornmeal, and I will be trying that cornbread recipe out for myself again soon.

Thanksgiving wild rice stuffing

Here are some new kitchen tools that I purchased this year that made my Thanksgiving pre go much smoother.



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