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Whether you’re gluten-free or not, odds are you’ll be hosting at least one person this Thanksgiving who is sensitive to gluten. There’s no need to stress though. Thanksgiving is a relatively easy holiday to cook completely free of gluten, especially if you’re cooking from scratch. Achieve a delicious gluten-free Thanksgiving feast this year with these simple tips and tricks:
Tips for a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving
- Pile on the veggies. The great thing about veggies is that they’re entirely gluten-free—if you don’t add a ton of ingredients to them, that is. These Lemon-Herb Sheet Pan Roasted Vegetables are so bright and flavorful that they might just steal the entire Thanksgiving show.
- Pass on the pie. Make homemade pumpkin frozen yogurt, or serve poached pears with a dollop of crème fraîche. You won’t even miss the crust. Really craving a pie? Stick to our collection of gluten-free pies to help you find an option that’s just right for you and your family.
Stress less, stick to the basics, and put out an entire spread that is gluten-free with minimal fuss. When you're preparing a gluten-free Thanksgiving menu, you may decide it’s easier to serve an entire feast, rather than just a few items. This way, your guests won’t have to worry about what does and doesn’t have gluten in it. Trust us, these dishes are so good that know one will even miss the gluten.