Adding apples and cranberries to Gluten-Free Cracked Pepper Cornbread creates a memorable sweet-and-spicy dressing. Apple-smoked bacon, fresh herbs and turkey drippings contribute to the taste of this cornbread apple stuffing. The result is a mouthful of flavors and textures in every bite. This stuffing can be made 1 to 2 days ahead and stored in the refrigerator; reheat before serving. It can be made with egg replacement.
This might be the best spatchcocked gluten free turkey you’ve ever tasted and it roasts in no time at all. The skin is perfectly crisp and the meat cooks evenly—no overdone breast or underdone thighs!
Use a gluten-free bread with herbs (like Canyon Bakehouse rosemary-thyme focaccia) and your dressing will be the bomb. For best results, cube the bread and cornbread and let them sit out on the counter to dry out for a few days or at least overnight. This gluten free vegetarian stuffing recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.
This gluten-free apple bundt cake is moist and flavorful. Cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice pair with apples and a touch of rum to create a fragrant confection that will have everyone asking for seconds. This recipe also makes a delicious coffee cake for holiday brunch. Best when eaten within 3 days of baking. This recipe can be made dairy-free.
Here’s a healthier treat for your party monsters. You can whip up these delicious pumpkin smoothies in minutes, providing your Halloween guests with a nutritious snack. Double or triple the recipe for a larger crowd. Freeze leftovers in popsicle molds for a frozen treat you can enjoy later.
These gluten-free macaron cookies are simple to make (only six ingredients!) and perfect for holiday celebrations, especially Halloween parties. Fill these fudge-like chocolate macarons with orange frosting for a scary-good treat. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Fortunately, serving something that’s plant-based and holiday-worthy is easy with this stuffed squash on your menu. Bursting with Thanksgiving flavor in a pretty presentation and loaded with protein, it’s a tasty stand-in for turkey. Best of all, it comes together quickly.
This delicious paleo-style version of a holiday classic comes together quickly with only a few simple ingredients. The delightful combination of maple, vanilla and pecans in this grain-free pecan pie will have everyone asking for seconds. This recipe is grain-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free; it contains nuts. It can be made egg-free; see instructions.
These paleo dinner rolls are irresistible. Serve them warm from the oven with an informal stew or a special holiday dinner. Either way, they’ll be gone in minutes.
These mini-latkes are baked, which means you don’t have to stand in front of a hot stove. Infused with autumn flavors like sweet potato, pumpkin and sage, they are surprisingly crisp when freshly baked. (They reheat nicely but they won’t be quite as crisp.) Top them with chopped fresh sage. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.