Our Gluten-Free Recipe Fix blog carnival is back with the Thanksgiving Edition. I love Thanksgiving and all it entails, but especially the gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes!
Founded by Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker, Gluten-Free Recipe Fix is a seasonal event for linking up gluten-free recipes only. Recipes must also fit the current theme, but if you love Thanksgiving as much as I do, you’ll have no problem finding some favorite gluten-free recipes to share. The linky will be open for 2 weeks, so feel free to come back and add additional gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes.
Don’t forget to come back next month for the Holiday Edition (which starts December 9).
The co-hosts for this Gluten-Free Recipe Fix event are Linda and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. Here’s how you can follow each of us:
Linda – Gluten-Free Homemaker (unfortunately, Linda’s site is no longer active; you can find some of her wonderful recipes such as her amazing Angel Food Cake and her Angel Food Cupcakes here on gfe)
Lynn – Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
Blog Updates, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter
Shirley (me) – Gluten Free Easily
Blog Updates, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+
This week I’ve linked up my latest gfe recipe roundup, Great Gluten-Free Pie Crusts! 40 of Them! Pies are indeed one of the best parts about Thanksgiving!
And—in keeping with the pie theme—my Crustless Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie. Yes, this recipe shares the method for those who want a terrific gluten-free pie but don’t want to fuss with a crust. See how I try to make you all happy?
I can’t wait to see what everyone else links up!
- All entries must be a gluten-free recipe.
- If it is a recipe with gluten-free options, those options must be listed in the recipe ingredients, not simply elsewhere in the text of the post.
- Entries should fit within theme of the carnival (Thanksgiving this time).
Linking up indicates you are giving permission for us to share your submitted photo and your link via social media.
While all of the links in this carnival should contain gluten-free ingredients, please verify that for yourself. In particular, people have differing opinions on what brands they consider safe. Keep this in mind as you view the recipes.
Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Recipes
Originally published November 10, 2015; updated September 16, 2022.
[email protected] Gluten Free A-Z Blog says
This is just what I was looking for – one place to find lots of Gluten Free Thanksgiving recipes. Thanks so much for hosting
Hi Judee–You’re welcome, of course! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment and linking up your pumpkin pie and chutney recipes! I love the caption—“one slice will not be enough, one pie will not be enough”—on your pumpkin pie photo! I am absolutely sure that is true. 🙂
Hi Shirley! I’ve already shared a recipe on Linda’s site and when your email came in, I thought I’d share another stuffing recipe here! I’m always intrigued by Thanksgiving recipes and everyones love of pumpkin across the pond, it’s eye opening to see the ways that pumpkin is used. Over here, most people tend to just carve them!! Have a lovely Thanksgiving!
Hi Vicky–I’m so glad that you saw my post and shared another recipe. I know everyone will love both your stuffing recipes. 🙂 Please feel free to link up more Thanksgiving appropriate recipes this week!
And I forgot to say that it still amazes me that your all don’t use pumpkin like we do. Life without pumpkin would not be good!! Carving is simply not enough. 😉
Alisa @ Go Dairy Free says
Love this! And I really need to try your crustless pie! I’m not a big crust fan.
Thanks, Alisa! You most definitely need to try my crustless pumpkin pie. The little bit of added flour not only allows the pie to be crustless/self standing, it also makes the filling less “wet,” which turns some folks into new lovers of pumpkin pie. 😉
GiGi Eats says
Oh my goodness, I am soooo pumped I found this link up!!