Find a decadent menu fit for the holidays without any lactose or dairy.
From sides to dessert, find six dairy-free recipes to make a complete holiday menu.
Late November may not be prime time for grilling, but adding smoke and fire to the holiday bird is worth the momentary chill. Because this is a turkey breast (and not a whole bird), it cooks relatively quickly over an indirect fire, but it's still plenty big to feed a crowd.
View Recipe: Smoke-Roasted Turkey Breast with Pomegranate-Thyme Glaze
Good, fresh cranberry sauce is incredibly easy and rewarding to make. The berries quickly pop under heat and release lots
of pectin for beautiful texture and a bit of crunch. This basic recipe, spiked with lush port wine and brightened by citrus,
takes all of 15 minutes to prepare.
View Recipe: Old-Fashioned Cranberry Sauce
Go traditional with a twist: Sourdough bread, sausage, and apple is a classic combo, but our bread stuffing also has licorice
notes from fresh fennel.
View Recipe: Fennel, Sausage, and Caramelized Apple Stuffing
When did the lowly sprout become a side dish superstar? This was a happy turn of events: It's a flavor-packed veggie that
is both meaty and pleasingly bitter when sautéed or roasted, perfect for pairing with smoky bacon.
View Recipe: Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Garlic, and Shallots
These potatoes are perfect for a holiday meal: quick and convenient, but still plenty dressy. They cook in about the same
time it takes for a large roast to rest before carving. Bake the potatoes in their jackets so the outsides get nice and browned
while the buttery interiors gently cook through.
View Recipe: Roasted Rosemary Fingerling Potatoes
This free-form apple tart is mighty easy because it works from a store-bought crust—yet it's just spectacular, and so evocative
of the season.
• • Dairy-Free Tip: Hold the crème fraîche.
View Recipe: French Apple Tart