A collection of gluten and dairy free Thanksgiving recipes. Food allergies can be tough but there is no need to skimp for the holidays with these recipes.
I know dealing with food restrictions is tough! Like, super tough, especially around the holidays. I’ve been there and I totally sympathize. That’s why when I heard about a group of awesome bloggers putting together a collection of recipes that are gluten and dairy free, I was beyond excited.
Many people don’t understand why you can’t ‘just cheat’ for one day. Sigh. Wouldn’t that be nice?
Have a cheat meal and have no digestive symptoms after? Or take a set back on your health for weeks for some pumpkin pie? No.thank.you.
A lot of people also think you have to sacrifice good food for allergies and that isn’t true. It’s about using real foods, that feed your body, not hurt it. You can totally do this with out feeling deprived.
This collection of gluten and dairy free Thanksgiving recipes will get through appetizers to dessert without one single compromise on dairy or gluten, plus no hidden MSG.
Nervous about cooking a turkey and having it dry? No problem, Gwen from Gwen’s Nest has some tips for making a moist turkey FABULOUS!
I am serious, we have you covered.
And you won’t have to skimp out on pumpkin either. Trisha from Intoxicated on Life has an awesome (And THM friendly!) pumpkin roll for you. (I got to test drive this recipe out and friends, it so good!) Pumpkin not your thing? There are some great cranberry orange bars from Recipes to Nourish.
There are loads of good sides like balsamic bacon Brussels sprouts from Apothecary Kids and a gluten free stuffing from Raising Generation Nourished.
I promise you won’t be disappointed! You can find links to all of these recipes and more at The Thanksgiving Day Recipe Swap.
So, don’t feel you have to slack to be able to enjoy the wonderful holidays with your family. Sit back and enjoy real, healthy food that won’t hurt your belly. Maybe you will inspire others to see that food sensitives are a part of life but that doesn’t mean you don’t enjoy eating good food.
I hope ya’ll have a wonderful holiday and I am truly thankful to all of you who come spend time with me here at Simply Healthy Home! I love being able to share our lives with you. Many blessings, friends!