Not everyone can indulge in the carbs complimenting the Thanksgiving feast. For those with Celiac disease and gluten allergies, this recipe list will keep you from feeling left out.
1.Roasted Root Veggies
Vegetables are always fair game. However, this season many people are getting creative with their shallots, brussels, carrots and mushrooms. You can never go wrong with roasted veggies.
No breading over here! Just the simple textures of quinoa and other delicious vegetables to substitute the classic dressing or stuffing. You never know. It may taste better than the original.
3.Mac n Cheese
You know we wouldn’t forget a gluten-free alternative to the most famous side dish ever. Yes, there is a gluten free version of this pasta-filled masterpiece.
Don’t worry, there’s a recipe specially made to fill that biscuit craving. They are just as fluffy, flaky and delicious as their gluten filled counterpart.
There is always a way when it comes to pie. Itching for some pumpkin or sweet potato filling? Here’s the perfect recipe to place your creation and share with friends.
It seems every carb on the table may be off limits. The good news is that cornbread is not one of those. The gluten-free version gives you an excuse to bake with more butter and drizzle tons of honey just like the original.
7.Sticky Rice Stuffing
Another take on stuffing is rice. With an Asian twist, you can take it to a whole new level. Don’t be afraid to experiment and put that rice-cooker to use.
Desserts are always baked with flour and wheat that’s impossible to eat. However, your local custard tart has come to save the day. With the sweetness of this dish, you won’t even notice the difference.
For the southern-bred who miss their old fashioned recipes, gluten free hush puppies are here to comfort you. With the same texture and flavors, you can add whatever else you want to the recipe while keeping the base safe for your consumption.
Need to get your hands on something pumpkin? Try this muffin recipe to soothe the craving. They make for a great treat after dinner and breakfast the following morning.
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