Blogpost: Happy Thanksgiving and Gluten Free Menu Ideas

Blogpost: Happy Thanksgiving and Gluten Free Menu Ideas

I missed our Canadian Thanksgiving because we were away on vacation. Have you seen my series on Cruising Gluten Free? I believe Cruising is one of the best ways to travel gluten free. Anyways, back to Thanksgiving…I think I will join you my American friends as you celebrate this holiday and if you’re still searching for gluten free menu ideas, I put together a little list from the Fox in the Kitchen Recipe Index.


Wide Happy Thanksgiving

Breakfast Ideas

Roasted Pumpkin Chai Smoothie

Lunch Ideas

  • Arugula Salad With Blood Orange And Roasted Beets
  • “Cream” of Caramelized Onion and Cauliflower Soup (Once you have all the ingredients, this soup is simple and comes together very quickly)
  • Crustless Quinoa Veggie Pie (One of the most popular recipes on the blog. Can be served as a side dish for dinner)
  • Pepita (Pumpkin Seed) Sandwich Bread with option for Dinner Buns (Holds together well and makes excellent turkey sandwiches)
  • Crustless Quinoa Veggie Pie

    Dinner Ideas

  • Mushroom and Hazelnut Pot Pie (Vegan)
  • Cornbread Dressing (Stuffing) And Roast Turkey Half (Feeding a small group? Did you know you could ask your grocer to cut a frozen turkey in half? Cook half now, save the other half for the next holiday dinner)
  • Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpeas
  • Turkey Meatballs With Caramelized Onion And Tomato Sauce (Want turkey but don’t feel like spending all day cooking a bird? These meatballs made with ground turkey are sooo good with the onion and tomato sauce)
  • Cornbread Dressing (Stuffing) And Roast Turkey Half

    Dessert Ideas

  • Almond Butter Baked Apples (Very simple recipe. These come together in minutes)
  • Roasted Chai Pumpkin Pie (A slight twist on a thanksgiving classic)
  • Coconut Cake (Moist, delicious and yet so easy. A real crowd pleaser)
  • Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes With Marshmallow Frosting (To make these more seasonal, I’m going to use cranberries instead of raspberries…love a cran/chocolate combo!)
  • Orange and Almond Cake (Flourless) (This cake would be even yummier with some added cranberries)
  • Orange and Almond Cake (Flourless)

     
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    This post is linked to the following events:

    Gluten Free Recipe Round Up hosted by Jo-Lynn Shane at Musings Of A Housewife

    Make Your Own! Mondays hosted by Lea at Nourishing Treasures

    Fat Tuesday hosted by Jill at Real Food Forager

    Hearth and Soul Hop hosted by April at The 21st Century Housewife

    Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays hosted by Amy at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free

    Gluten Free Wednesdays hosted by Linda at Gluten-Free Homemaker

    Real Food Wednesday hosted by Kelly the Kitchen Kop

    The Mommy Club hosted by Crystal & Co

    Allergy Free Wednesdays hosted by Tessa The Domestic Diva

    Healthy 2Day Wednesdays hosted by Rachael at Day2Day Joys

    Waste Not Want Not Wednesday hosted by Danielle at Poor And Gluten Free

    Tasty Traditions hosted by Dina-Marie at My Cultured Palate

    Whole Food Fridays hosted by Megan at Allergy Free Alaska

    Gluten Free Fridays hosted by Cindy at Vegetarian Mamma

    Foodie Friends Friday hosted by Lois at Walking on Sunshine

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    Laureen


     



     

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    Laureen Fox is an enthusiastic amateur cook and Canadian Food Blogger from Vancouver BC. She loves spending her days creating good wholesome food in the Fox Kitchen. Evenings will find her blogging about the best that living without gluten has to offer.

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