Thanksgiving Gluten-Free Side Dish Recipes
Going gluten free at holiday time doesn’t have to mean missing out on all the decadent, delicious side dishes that are everyone’s favorite part of the Thanksgiving feast. From indulgent cream-drizzled gratins to nutty quinoa salads and colorful cauliflower and beet “risotto,” our archives are full of gluten-free Thanksgiving side dish recipes that are sure to please even the pickiest eaters at your table (and everyone else!) Trust us: all it takes is on one spoonful of Parmesan-kissed polenta or bite sweet roasted squash drizzled with tangy yogurt to make you forget all about bread stuffing.
Press-In Gluten-Free Pie Crust
Use this almond-based crust anywhere you would a graham cracker or cookie crust—think, key lime or a chocolate cream pies. Its nutty flavor provides a welcome slightly savory contrast against sweet pie fillings, and you’ll be pleased at how easy it is to make (just 5 ingredients!). Plus, no rolling pin needed: instead, press the crust into a pie plate with your fingertips. Baking the crust (or any pie) on a rimmed baking sheet makes it easy to get in and out of the oven. For a vegan version, use coconut oil in place of butter.
8 Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Recipes Everyone Will Gobble Up
So, you’ve given up gluten. Thankfully, you don’t have to give up on having a delicious holiday feast. Lots of classic Thanksgiving side dishes—from roasted squash to cranberry sauce—are naturally gluten free. And it only takes a few simple tweaks—like swapping wild rice for sandwich bread in stuffing—to make the entire meal allergy-friendly. Browse our archives for ideas or try this tailor-made gluten-free Thanksgiving menu.