Make dishes everyone at the Thanksgiving table will love—even those who are gluten intolerant. Here’s a menu full of holiday favorites and fall flavors that are guaranteed to please.
|Warm Dates with Parmesan and Walnuts
Dense, sweet dates are delicious paired with salty Parmigiano-Reggiano and earthy, crunchy walnuts. You can assemble this easy appetizer up to 8 hours in advance and heat just before serving.
|Herb-Butter Roast Turkey
This turkey gets a double dose of flavor: first it’s soaked in a seasoned saltwater brine, then the bird is brushed with an herb butter as it roasts.
Sawmill gravy is a Southern favorite that incorporates cornmeal, creating a grainy texture that resembles sawdust. The addition of strong coffee and piquant hot sauce is traditional — and since it’s made without flour, it’s completely gluten free.
|Green Beans with Toasted Hazelnuts and Lemon Zest
Celebrate the harvest with brightly colored crisp-tender green beans, a fresh alternative to the traditional casserole. You can blanch and dress the beans in advance, then top with the hazelnuts and basil just before serving—handy when you’re hosting a celebratory dinner.
|Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Chiles and Herbed Yogurt Sauce
Here’s a lighter and healthier sweet potato dish than the ones you typically see at Thanksgiving. These simple roasted potatoes get a kick of heat from Calabrian chiles.
|Gluten-Free Stuffing with Bacon and Kale
Those who avoid eating gluten don’t need to be deprived of the quintessential Thanksgiving side when they use our gluten-free stuffing mix. The addition of hearty kale and fragrant bacon means that everyone will be fighting over the last serving.
|Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie
Using our gluten-free piecrust mix allows you to make a beautiful pumpkin pie that everyone can savor. To add a fanciful finish to this pie, as shown here, use decorative cutters or a paring knife to create autumnal shapes from rolled-out gluten-free pie dough. Then bake the cutouts and place them on the baked and cooled pie.