It’s no secret that, besides spending quality time with your loved ones, food is the best part of the holiday months! Each holiday is perfectly symbolized by its own unique spread that we’ve grown to love, and it’s almost impossible to imagine these days without their standard menu. However, if you have food allergies you might have to make sacrifices at some of these family meals if no one brings gluten-free goodies.
As time goes on though, eating gluten free is becoming much more doable, and new recipes are being churned out on the regular. Try some of the following at your Thanksgiving feast and see if anyone can guess that it’s gluten free!
Gluten free flour is not the craziest thing in this recipe – nope, that would be sour cream! If you want a doughy crust that won’t upset your stomach, you just need to add creamy sour cream to your dough! Get the full recipe here and see for yourself. Now that you have your base, top it with whatever you like for the perfect dessert.
This seasonal twist on a decadent treat we all appreciate will be something that your family will remember for years! The specific flavors of pumpkin spice, white chocolate chips, pumpkin puree, and vanilla (along with others) blend together to create a sweet dessert that everyone can eat.
Who says you need flour to make a cake? Not us. In fact, we advise you to try this recipe and trick your tastebuds. The eggs, sugar, and cocoa powder do the trick, creating something indulgent without the gluten. Don’t forget to top it with the special three-ingredient ganache.
Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake Dip
Sometimes when it comes to dessert, less in more. And that’s shown to be very true with this five-ingredient cheesecake dip. This is one we highly recommend whipping up the morning of Thanksgiving and taking to the celebrations. Serve it with fruit or gluten-free graham crackers!
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