It’s that time of year again, and today I’m taking you on a little tour of the BEST gluten-free Thanksgiving sides! Everything about them boasts cozy and delicious flavors you can feel confident adding to your menu.
From roasted veggies to an ultra-rich polenta and the best grain-free biscuits you’ve ever had, these recipes will make everyone feel extra thankful. Ready to dig in?
Classic Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Sides
Whether you are hosting a gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner or bringing a dish, any of these sides will be a focal point of the feast and keep gluten lovers coming back for seconds.
Gluten-Free Sausage Apple Stuffing
This gluten-free Stuffing is baked to perfection with savory sausage, tart apples, cranberries, and seasonings for a crowd-pleasing side.
Easy, cheesy and positively creamy, this out-of-the-box side dish will be a Thanksgiving star recipe.
These almond flour biscuits are the perfect Thanksgiving side and make the perfect grain-free bread roll replacement.
Another creamy side dish that your family will love to enjoy around the Thanksgiving table.
Orange Juice Cranberry Sauce
Upgrade your holiday feast with orange and cranberry sauce. The cranberries are simmered down with sugar, fresh orange juice, and zest for a rich and delicious flavor.
Roasted Radishes and Carrots
These gorgeous roasted radishes and carrots turn ordinary vegetables into a amazing side dish for your turkey.
Roasted Sweet Potato Stacks
These Baked Sweet Potato Stacks are stacked and baked to perfection with Parmesan cheese and browned garlic butter in each layer.
Balsamic Roasted Beets
Tangy, sweet vinegar adds an acidic and delicious contrast to these balsamic roasted beets for an easy side dish everyone will crave.
Garlic Pepper Fingerling Potatoes
These crispy roasted fingerling potatoes are perfectly seasoned and crispy on the outside with soft, buttery centers.
Roasted Butternut Squash
Roasted butternut squash cubes tossed with olive oil, salt, and seasonings are sweet, salty, and have a golden caramelized flavor you can only get from the oven.
Perfectly seasoned roasted parsnips are a delicious and healthy side dish to serve this year!
Avocado Deviled Eggs with bacon
Mix the yolks with mashed avocado, bacon crumbles and a little garlic seasoning for an epic twist on deviled eggs.
Loaded Deviled Eggs
Bacon, Eggs and Cheese? YES! You are not going to believe how good these loaded deviled eggs taste.
Winter Salad with Roasted Vegetables
Winter salad with roasted seasonal vegetables, tossed with a simple maple Dijon dressing is everything you want to enhance your Thanksgiving dinner.
If you enjoy a good soup on your menu, consider any of these luxurious options. The recipes are veggie-based and pureed with a touch of cream for the ultimate consistency and flavor- bon appétit!
Fire-Roasted Tomato Soup
This creamy and delicious fire-roasted tomato soup recipe is the perfect bowl of soup to warm up your Thanksgiving table.
Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Soup
Get cozy with a bowl of this creamy roasted cauliflower soup. It’s the most luxurious way to enjoy cauliflower and is so simple to make!
Spiced Butternut Squash Soup
This Chai Spice Butternut Squash Soup Recipe is easy to make, delicious and full of warm toned flavors.
Full Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Dinner
Being the gracious Thanksgiving host you are, it’s your priority to make every guest feel welcome and served, including those with a gluten-allergy. Props to you, and I’ve got just the source you need to create a fabulous spread everyone will love with my Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Menu.
Not only does it feature an amazing array of gluten-free appetizers, sides, the perfect turkey, and desserts, but the built-in prep guide helps you prepare ahead, so you can enjoy the big day with family and guests. Take a look at what’s inside, and grab your copy today!
My Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Meal Plan
Everything you need for a stress-free, gluten-free holiday!
Inside this eBook, you’ll find 23 gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes. PLUS, done-for-you daily holiday prep, helpful kitchen notes, and hour-by-hour timing instructions for Thanksgiving day.
This book is like hiring a kitchen assistant to plan out an incredibly delicious menu for your family.