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Healthy and Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Side Dishes
Chances are someone you will have over for Thanksgiving dinner is going to be gluten-free. Since so many people are gluten-free these days, making sure you have gluten-free options at your Thanksgiving dinner is a necessity.
Thankfully, there are so many delicious side dishes you can make that are healthy and gluten-free. Even your other guests will love them and have no idea there is no gluten in these dishes!
We have compiled a list of the best healthy and gluten-free Thanksgiving side dishes you can make this holiday to satisfy all of your guests and leave them with stuffed bellies.
Let’s take a peek at the recipes below.
Creamy Corn Casserole
A creamy sweet and savory casserole married with cornbread is what you are going to get in this sinful gluten-free side dish. People will be fighting over this delicious casserole, so you should probably make two pans!
French Potato and Onion Gratin
Feeling a little sophisticated? Look no further than this simple but elegant French potato and onion gratin. It blends potatoes, onions, cheese, heavy cream, and fresh herbs to create a scrumptious and filling side dish naturally free of gluten.
Charred Sweet Potatoes with Hot Honey Butter and Lime
Sweet potatoes are a must on Thanksgiving, but they can either be too boring or too sweet. This unique side dish is smoky from the charred sweet potatoes, tangy from some freshly squeezed lime, and spicy, sweet, and savory from the hot honey butter.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Warm Honey Glaze
Brussel sprouts are a great fall veggie because they are easy to find and inexpensive. Paired with a warm honey glaze, they make a tasty gluten-free side dish that everyone is going to love. You can keep them sweet and tangy or add a pinch of red pepper flake for a spicy kick.
Cranberry sauce is a must on Thanksgiving but give it an update and fun flare with the addition of figs! Shallots, rosemary, balsamic vinegar, and brown sugar round out this cranberry sauce for a cranberry sauce that people are actually going to want to eat…unlike that canned load of wiggly cranberry sauce.
Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole
Another classic, green bean casserole is a tradition for many families on Thanksgiving. Regular green bean casserole often contains gluten with the addition of regular flour as a thickening agent. This casserole uses gluten-free flour and corn starch to ensure there are no traces of gluten for your gluten-free quests.
Sweet Potato Soufflé
Sweet potato souffle is a fancy dish that could not be more delicious or simpler to whip up for the big day. The sweet potatoes turn out light and fluffy and the sweet and crunchy topping makes for the perfect texture contrast. Make sure that you specifically buy gluten-free oats, otherwise regular oats may contain traces of gluten.