Gather everyone around the table for this delectable meal. Whether your family and guests need to eat gluten free or not, everyone will enjoy these flavor-filled and healthy dishes.
Stuffed Acorn Squash with Black Rice, Roasted Carrots, and Dried Cherries
Serves 8 / These vegetarian entrees be made one day ahead. For extra protein, add 8 ounces extra-firm tofu, drained, dried, and cubed, on top of the carrot mixture before roasting. View recipe.
Roast Cornish Hens with Apple, Date, and Almond Stuffing
Serves 8 / Cornish hens make a fun presentation, but this fantastic, breadless stuffing works just as well with turkey. Simply stuff the turkey lightly and adjust cooking time based on size.View recipe.
Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Citrus and Mascarpone
Serves 10–12 / Almost everybody has some form of sweet potato on Thanksgiving; this is a way of dressing it up and making it something special.View recipe.
Quinoa-Corn Muffins with Pumpkin Seed Spread
Roasted French Green Beans with Lemon and Dill
Serves 6 / Roasted green beans make a nice change from steamed or boiled; lemon zest and fresh dill give the dish a bright, flavorful twist. View recipe.
Brussels Sprouts in Sage Butter
Even people who say they don't like brussels sprouts won't be able to resist this mouthwatering take that combines fresh sage with chopped pecans. View recipe.
Flourless Hazelnut and Pear Torte
Serves 16 / So scrumptiously rich, a thin slice satisfies. No one will miss the gluten!View recipe.