Putting together a gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner just became much easier. This menu covers appetizers to dessert, and no one at the table will miss a single classic holiday dish. We even found a gluten-free stuffing recipe that is sure to make everyone at the table happy. Eating gluten-free at the holidays can be challenging, so whether you're a gluten-free cook or just cooking for someone who eats gluten free, this gluten-free Thanksgiving menu can help you put together the perfect holiday feast.
Caramelized Leek and Spinach Dip
Beautifully caramelized leeks and onions cannot be rushed; resist the urge to crank up the heat. Leeks become especially silky and sweet when left to cook awhile. If they start to stick to the bottom of the pan, add a tablespoon or two of water, and stir (the liquid will evaporate during cooking). Instead of bread or crackers, serve the dip with an array of vegetables, such as baby carrots, endive leaves, radishes, diagonally sliced cucumber, and mini sweet bell peppers for a bit of freshness, color, and crunch. You'll also save calories and room for the rest of the meal.