I’ve talked about my food allergies and what types of things I eat on this blog before, and since Thanksgiving is this week I thought I’d share some of my favorite Thanksgiving appropriate recipes from around the internet.
Roast Turkey Breast from Martha Stewart – A turkey is a lot of meat and I find that a turkey breast is much more appropriate for only one or two people.
Kittencal’s Moist Oven Roasted Turkey Breast from Food.com – Another good roast turkey breast recipe. I use olive oil instead of butter when I make this recipe.
Quick Turkey Gravy from The Kitchn – I use this recipe and substitute grapeseed oil for the fat and millet flour for wheat flour and the gravy turns out well. Either that, or if I have enough liquid in the bottom of the pan, I just add some cornstarch or arrowroot starch to thicken and use that as a gravy.
Crescent Rolls from Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom
Drop Biscuits from Not Missing a Thing
Allergy Free Mashed Potatoes from Eating With Food Allergies
Acorn Squash with Cranberry Apple Stuffing from Elana’s Pantry
Cinnamon Ginger Butternut Squash from Sweet Potato Soul
Vegan Pumpkin Custard from Food Fitness Fresh Air – Sometimes a whole pumpkin pie is too much for me to eat before it goes bad. If I don’t have guests I’ll make this custard instead (I halve the recipe). It tastes like pumpkin pie and makes enough that I can have some for breakfast the next day but not so much I’m eating it all week.