As you’re searching Pinterest and celebrity cookbooks to find new recipes for Thanksgiving dinner, don’t forget that some of your friends and family may have a gluten intolerance.
Many standard Thanksgiving dishes contain gluten, the proteins found in wheat that help foods maintain their shape.
Consider these gluten-free alternatives – or additions:
– Certain types of bread and stuffing can be tasty and gluten-free.
– Try a recipe for gluten-free friendly gravy that packs in a ton of flavor without the gluten.
– Instead of cooking traditional fruit pies, try gluten-free desserts that everyone at the dinner table can enjoy.
– Courtney Grigsby, B2 Communications