Thanksgiving meal

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Now that the holiday season is coming up quickly, it's time to start planning your parties and dinner menus.

I know from experience how overwhelming it can be to think of preparing a meal that is safe for those who have gluten intolerance as well as delicious for the rest of your guests।

I have great news for you: "the traditional Thanksgiving meal" is easily converted to a gluten-free meal!

I know that my family is always concerned about what they prepare, because they're not sure what my children can or can't eat - so if you know you're going to have a guest who can't eat gluten, this should make it easy for you:

Turkey - A gluten-free holiday dinner starts with a gluten-free turkey Believe it or not some brands of turkey do contain additives that are not gluten-free—so, like everything else, read the ingredients

Stuffing - There are options, although none of them are quite as easy as Stove Top. Keep in mind that you can use a gluten-free loaf of bread to make breadcrumbs, and once you've done that than you're free to use most recipes you like. If you don't already have a favorite look here Gluten free stuffing recipes

Sweet Potatoes - Gluten-Free

Green Beans - Gluten-Free

Rolls - There are several options out there for baking breads from scratch using gluten-free ingredients. You can also buy pre made Rolls/bread

Dessert - No Thanksgiving is complete without Pumpkin Pie - so consider making a pumpkin pie without the crust. Some will say the filling is the best part, and of course the whip cream goes on really who needs crust? If you're stuck on the crust, then click here for an easy gluten-free pie crust recipe.

Happy Holidays! And remember all of the reasons you have to be thankful।

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