Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes

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If you're an avid food blog reader you've probably been overwhelmed with Thanksgiving recipes in the past few weeks. Everywhere I turn someone is baking another version of pumpkin pie or trying a brand new turkey brine... well I have to admit when it comes to holiday meals I rarely make anything new. 

Mainly that's because we have Thanksgiving at my Aunt Linda's house and I actually don't have to cook much at all.

But on the occasion that I want to have my OWN holiday meal in my own kitchen I generally make the same things: 

My Traditional (Pretty-Much-Every-Year) Gluten Free Thanksgiving Menu
The only thing I'll be changing this year is I'll make a stuffing/dressing with Elana's almond flour paleo bread.

My favorite Cranberry Cobbler! I look forward to this every Thanksgiving!

Need more Gluten Free Thanksgiving inspiration? Check out these great links: 

What do you HAVE to eat every year at Thanksgiving? 
Share your thoughts in the comments below! 



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3 comments:

  1. I'm hosting Thanksgiving for 30 this year since it's our first after being on the other coast for 6 years, and while everyone is pitching in and bringing something, I'm still planning to make a few GF goodies I know I'm safe to eat. I'm so glad you linked Elana's bread - I meant to pin it, forgot and couldn't remember which one I wanted to try this year.
    Also, love the Peanuts pic =) I'm going with a Peanuts Thanksgiving decorating theme and planning to put bowls of popcorn and jelly beans on the tables.

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  2. I am so excited about Thanksgiving this year, though I think that's pretty much the case every year. You're right about all the recipes on all the food blogs, and I love that! Thanksgiving food everywhere. My favorite, must have food every year has been turkey gravy. I would just eat it by the bowlful if it didn't raise so many eyebrows.
    pamela

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  3. Thanks for including me, and what a great roundup!

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Carrie

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