We’ve rounded up some of the best gluten free Thanksgiving recipes! From traditional recipes to some new recipes —we’ve got your Gluten Free Thanksgiving covered.
We've included several gluten free thanksgiving recipes in this collection and we've done our best to a variety.
From Gluten Free Stuffing, an easy five minute gluten-free gravy, and ample gluten free pie recipes, we've got you covered with the best Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes.
Best Gluten Free Thanksgiving
Everything you need for the best Gluten Free Thanksgiving is all in one easy to find place. Tender turkey, cranberry sauce, and mashed potatoes with gravy are must-haves on our Gluten Free Thanksgiving menu. If you’re looking for new Gluten Free Thanksgiving recipes to add to your table this year, we have several that you're going to love. With ideas ranging from classics like mashed potatoes and gravy, to the perfect stuffing, dinner rolls and more.
Best Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes
Gluten Free Stuffing - Your gluten free thanksgiving wouldn't be complete without stuffing. This stuffing recipe is easy to make and has a dairy-free option. Gluten-Free stuffing that is bursting with flavor, simple to make, uses only ten ingredients, and is perfect gluten-free stuffing recipe for baking or stuffing a Turkey.
Gluten Free Rolls - Tender, fluffy homemade gluten free rolls that are simple to make. These gluten free dinner rolls are naturally dairy-free and I’ve included a vegan option. I've included a couple of different flour options for those that use different gluten free flours.
Gluten Free Gravy - Top your stuffing and mashed potatoes with gravy for the perfect Gluten Free Thanksgiving Side. This recipe for Five Minute Gluten-Free Gravy is a GAME-CHANGER. Everybody needs a good gluten-free gravy recipe, right? The easier it is, the better and this one is so easy it’s ready in no time.
Gluten Free Mashed Potatoes - Yes, potatoes are gluten free if you make them from scratch. These mashed potatoes only use potatoes, butter, salt and pepper and they are super easy to make.
Keto Gravy - This five minute keto gravy is also super easy to use. For anyone who is watching their carb intake, or anyone who is looking for a gravy that uses xanthan gum instead of flour or starches, you're going to love this gravy.
Keto Cranberry Sauce - You can use sugar to make this cranberry sauce if you'd like. This cranberry sauce is perfectly sweet and it has hints of orange and cinnamon. It's the perfect cranberry sauce, which is why we're including it in our list for our gluten free thanksgiving.
Green Bean Casserole - Tender green beans, savory cream of mushroom soup, and the perfect crunchy topping make this easy homemade gluten free green bean casserole the perfect gluten free side dish.
I've updated the post to include a video, so you can see how easy this green been salad is to make.
Gluten Free Cheesy Potatoes - Easy cheesy potatoes casserole that’s ready to bake in five minutes. Serve these cheesy potatoes at your next holiday meal, pot luck, or BBQ.
These gluten free cheesy potatoes can be prepared the night before and baked before serving.
Corn Anyone? This Air fryer corn on the cob from Vegetarian Mamma is the quickest and most delicious airfryer recipe to date. And it's the perfect addition to our Gluten Free Thanksgiving. The airfryer quickly roasts the sweet corn, fresh or frozen, into an irresistible Thanksgiving side dish.
Gluten Free Ham - A delicious gluten free spiral ham topped with a sweet orange honey glaze! If you’re wondering how to cook a gluten free ham, I’ve put together everything in this post.
Gluten Free Turkey - Gluten-free turkey is easier than you think. This Vivacious Life created the perfect Turkey recipe, loaded with delicious coconut oil and herbs for the most moist and flavorful bird you’ve ever had.
Gluten Free Dinner Rolls from My Gluten-Free Kitchen - Gluten-free Dinner Rolls that taste like grandma’s holiday rolls! We enjoy these gluten-free rolls at the holidays and year-round. I have personally made her tolls many times and this recipe is our go-to for all things rolls.
Gluten Free Apple Pie - Apple pie is the perfect gluten free thanksgiving pie. The crust is flaky and perfectly sweet while the apple filling has the perfect amount of spice.
You're going to love this traditional pie recipe.
Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie - Nothing says thanksgiving like a good, smooth pumpkin pie. That's why we had to include it in our post on the best Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes. Smooth pumpkin filling, the aroma of spices, and a flaky crust make this scrumptious homemade gluten-free pumpkin pie a holiday favorite. Want to learn how to make a gluten free pumpkin pie from scratch the easy way?
Gluten Free Pecan Pie - We thought we should included more than one pie recipe in our Best Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes. You can never have enough gluten free pie. This classic gluten-free pecan pie comes together quickly with only a few simple ingredients.
Gluten Free Cherry Pie - With a light flaky crust and tart cherry filling, this bright and flavorful gluten-free cherry pie will be a new favorite at your dinner table this holiday season. Or any time of the year, for that matter. This gluten-free cherry pie recipe is popular all year round. We couldn't leave it out of our Gluten Free Thanksgiving post.
More Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes
Gluten Free Vegan Green Bean Casserole - This green bean casserole from Flippin Delicious is super simple to pull together and is a must-make for any gluten free thanksgiving dinner.
Paleo Cranberry Sauce - My youngest child and I love cranberry sauce, so of course cranberry sauce must be included in our Gluten Free Thanksgiving. This Paleo Cranberry Sauce only uses 3 ingredients.
Candied Yams - If you’re looking for a healthy and delicious side dish for your Gluten Free Thanksgiving table, you’ll love this Candied Yams Recipe from Clean Eating Kitchen. It's gluten-free, paleo, and vegan-friendly.
Do you have a specific recipe you're looking for to make for your Gluten Free Thanksgiving? Please leave me a comment below and I will do my best to either add the gluten free thanksgiving recipe to my to-make list, or I'll find you a great recipe.
- 2 ½ pounds of potatoes
- 4 tablespoons butter (or more if you like)
- salt and pepper to taste
- Peel and cube the potatoes.
- Place potatoes into a large cooking pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil and then boil until fork tender, about 15 minutes.
- Drain the potatoes and return to the pan. Add in the butter, salt, and pepper.
- Mash with a potato masher until no lumps remain.
- Serve warm.
- You can cut this recipe in half or double it, if needed.
- Use dairy-free butter to keep these mashed potatoes dairy-free
- I've included Crockpot and Instant Pot instructions in the post.
Serving Size:¼ poun
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 146Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 12mgSodium: 77mgCarbohydrates: 24gFiber: 3gSugar: 1gProtein: 3g
This nutrition info is based on the exact ingredients and brands that I used a the time. It may not be 100% accurate. Please check your ingredients nutrition labels.