This restaurant-worthy dish is easy to make. It’s a tasty way to lift your spirits on a nippy winter night. The sweetness of the maple sauce and dried cranberries offers a perfect counterpoint to the earthy, creamy polenta, mushrooms and turkey.
This healthy update on the traditional favorite side makes an elegant dish. Deglazing the mushrooms with white wine and adding a sprinkle of nutmeg gives this recipe extra flavor.
This tasty side dish is easy to prepare. Small pieces of orange pair well with sweet potatoes—no one will miss the marshmallow topping. This gluten-free recipe can be doubled; adjust your pan size and baking time accordingly. Make it a couple of days ahead and store in a covered container in the refrigerator. Reheat before serving.
Surprise your guests with this special chutney. Deliciously different from the usual cranberry fare, it pairs terrifically with Thanksgiving dinner and makes an excellent spread on turkey sandwiches. For more heat, add the red pepper flakes.
This gluten-free relish can be prepared 5 days in advance. The longer it rests in the refrigerator, the better the flavor. Taste after a day and stir in more sugar, if necessary.
Chewy and delicious, our favorite gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are re-imagined here with little spiders for Halloween fun.
You’ll never go back to traditional pumpkin pie after tasting this special gluten free Thanksgiving dessert.
Try this fabulous gluten-free stuffing recipe at your gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner, or use it to accompany roast chicken or fish. Thanksgiving stuffing was a point of contention in my house. This gluten free recipe was a delicious compromise. For nut-free stuffing, substitute an equal amount of golden flaxseed meal for the hazelnuts.
This will be the juiciest bird you’ve ever tasted.
Apple cider adds just the right sweetness to this savory gravy, perfect for turkey and dressing. Turkey drippings provide richness and bourbon delivers gourmet flair.