A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Recipe Collection

Hey everyone, just wanted to let you know about my NPR post about gluten free Thanksgiving recipes. This one’s very near and dear to my heart, so I thought I would share:

A Gluten Free Thanksgiving includes three recipes: stuffing, butternut squash (or pumpkin) pie and a lovely cornbread recipe that originated with Shauna James Ahern from Gluten Free Girl and her good friend Martha Woodard. Please stop in, check it out and leave a comment on the article if you like it!

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  1. Victorio Bellis says

    I am not allergic to gluten, but this pie looks GOOD. Can I make it with a regular pie crust from the store? Will it be differently.?

  2. Diane-The WHOLE Gang says

    I love your NPR article. Great description of the first Thanksgiving. Felt like you were sitting at my table. This will be my third TG and the first one I’m getting to stay home and cook. I’m so excited I don’t have to make my food to go this year. Food has been a big part of my life and career but now it’s much more rewarding. I love blogging and sharing with others. Right now I’m part of the Gluten Free Thanksgiving Progressive Dinner Party. Shauna Ahern and I will be serving tomorrow’s side dishes. I hope you’ll check out everyone’s dishes. By the time Friday is over there will be a gluten free menu fit for a gluten free queen.
    .-= ———->Diane-The WHOLE Gang

    • steph says

      Thanks, Diane! How did the progressive dinner party go? Sounds like a ton of fun – will definitely check it out!

      Love your site, BTW. :)

  3. Kate Sullivan says

    A gluten free, egg, soy, nut, corn and dairy free thanksgiving can still be amazingly delicious and traditional. Sorgham flour makes a gravy that I prefer to the familiar stuff. If you brine the turkey, you can’t stuff it anyway, so an outside the turkey stuffing made w/wild rice and sweet potato is a better than acceptable alternative. Apple crisp made with a crust consisting of date sugar, ground oatmeal, sorgham flour, brn rice flour and almond meal if you can eat almonds is marvelous!

    • Robert Myers says

      Quote: Kate Sullivan – Apple crisp made with a crust consisting of date sugar, ground oatmeal, sorgham flour, brn rice flour and almond meal if you can eat almonds

      Does anyone have a recipe for this I would really love to make it!

      Thanks in Advance!

      • Kate Sullivan says

        Of course, here it is:
        Peel and slice about 6 Cortland or Macoun [NOT Macintosh] apples and put into a baking dish. Pour over it about 1/8c pear nectar or apple cider, or water to keep it simple.
        In a separate bowl, mix together, but let sugar & butter remain a bit lumpy
        3/4 c date sugar
        1/4 c butter [or ghee] = 1 stick
        1/4 c of organic gluten free oatmeal [grind up a bit in a blender first]
        1/4 c sweet sorgham flour
        1/8 c brown rice flour
        1/8 c almond meal
        Bake @ about 350 for 1/2 an hour, or until it looks done & apples are soft.
        You can also add dried cherries, currents, bananas, anything, it’s a versatile dessert!
        Lovely served w/Yogurt, if you can eat dairy.

        • Kate Sullivan says

          I realized the request was for gravy, sorry, here’s the gravy recipe:
          mash together 1T sorgham flour & 1T olive oil, or butter, if you are eating dairy.
          put into a saucepan on med heat, have a cup of broth ready, chicken or veg. As soon as it begins to sizzle begin whisking in the liquid very very slowly until it is all assimilated and there are no lumps. turn heat down a bit, add blk pepper, crushed garlic, a bit of ginger, Celtic sea salt, finely chopped FRESH herbs of your choice. I prefer sage, rosemary and tarragon. I you want the sauce to be a cream sauce, a bit of almond & rice mild gives you that effect.

  4. Dena: Starting a Juice Bar says

    Thank you sooo much for this recipe. We have a customer that cannot have Gluten and we’ve really wanted to find a treat that we could make for her that was gluten free and sounded good. Maybe I just haven’t looked closely enough, but this is the first recipe that has actually appealed to me.

    • Kate Sullivan says

      Yes, sorry to take so long to notice this question…. Bob’s Mill in natural food stores. It is grown and processed away from gluten bearing grains. Steel cut or rolled.

    • Kate Sullivan says

      Bob’s Mill has wonderful steel cut or rolled oats that are organic & gluten free. Available @ any 1/2 way decent natural food store.

  5. Kate Sullivan says

    For Christmas this year, we did something very different, We made crab rangoons with rice egg roll material and spring rolls. The crab Rangoon recipe needs work, but the spring rolls were amazing. They are cold, but the dipping sauce is spicy so the effect is warming and crunchy. This with a rice curry and a warm green soup made a lovely light and easy Christmas feast. So nice to not have to take benadryl afterwards or lie down somewhere.