Enjoy every course of your holiday feast without worry: Each of these delicious, healthy recipes is safe for gluten-free eaters.
Apple Cider-Marinated Turkey with Fig, Pear, and Balsamic Compote
Marinating your turkey in a cider-broth mixture and rubbing the compote under the skin before roasting ensures a moist, tender, and delightfully flavorful bird. View recipe.
No need to peel and cook a tricky winter squash; this easy, gluten-free soup uses organic frozen squash and can be made two days ahead. Just add the milk and heat thoroughly just before serving. View recipe.
Colorful and bite-size heirloom potatoes make a fresh addition to the gluten-free Thanksgiving table. View recipe.
If you love stuffing but can't digest gluten, this recipe will make your holiday complete. Made with quinoa, a complete protein, it's even robust enough for a vegetarian entree. View recipe.
A fabulous new take on the traditional sweet potato casserole. This recipe appears on our list of readers' favorites year after year. View recipe.
Using haricot verts (delicate, thin green beans usually available prepackaged in the produce section) shortens prep time; but you can also use regular green beans cut into 1- or 2-inch chunks. You'll love the bright, fresh flavor of these beans! View recipe.
These moist muffins are also rich in protein and easy to make; your guests won't even notice they don't contain gluten. View muffin recipe. Serve them with the delectable, orange-scented Pumpkin Seed Spread.
A show-stopping dessert worthy of any Thanksgiving table or party buffet -- and completely gluten free. View recipe.
Some (OK, maybe most) people just aren't content without a little chocolate for dessert. This decadent, gluten-free dessert will wow your guests as the perfect Thanksgiving finale. View recipe.
Whether this is your first gluten-free Thanksgiving or you're a gluten-free veteran, get ready to eat! These delectable recipes will delight everyone at your holiday table.