17 Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Side Dishes

2020-10-20T15:27:06+00:00November 22nd, 2019|Holiday, Meal Prep, Recipes, Side Dish|

17 gluten-free Thanksgiving side dishes:

I wanted to compile all of my favorite gluten-free side dishes to make it easier to plan out your holiday menu. Because lets be honest, Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes.

Stuffing:

These two stuffing options are both equally delicious. I made the cauliflower rice stuffing for anyone who is currently doing a Whole30. And for the one’s who are gluten-free, grain-free, paleo this grain-free stuffing is the one for you.

Grain-Free Stuffing

Cauliflower Stuffing

Sweet potato dishes:

I love sweet any sort of sweet potato dishes and these two are my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes.

Roasted Maple Cinnamon Cranberry Sweet Potatoes

Grain-Free Sweet Potato Casserole

Potato dishes:

It isn’t Thanksgiving without some traditional potatoes right? I think that both of these are so delicious and the instant pot garlic mashed potatoes are super easy to prepare.

Rosemary Garlic Smashed Potatoes

Instant Pot Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Salads:

I know that most traditional Thanksgiving dinners tend to neglect the greens, but not on my menu. I personally decide on my salad first before anything else. Because this girl loves her greens!

Quinoa Fall Harvest Salad

Fall harvest salad

Massaged Kale Salad

Winter Salad

Vegetable dishes:

I can’t leave out the vegetable side dishes, another one of my favorites, can you tell by this list. If I had to choose my top 3 favorites I would have to go with; bacon wrapped green beans, roasted root vegetables, and maple mustard roasted fall vegetables.

Instant Pot Cauliflower Mash

Roasted Bacon Apple Brussels Sprouts

Stuffed Maple Acorn Squash

Maple Mustard Roasted Fall Vegetables

Roasted root vegetable side dish

Everything But the Bagel Roasted Brussels and Mushrooms

Bacon Wrapped Green Beans

Stuffed Butternut Squash Boats

Meal prep ahead of time:

I like to prep as much as I can a few days prior to Thanksgiving. So, I first start off by chopping up all the vegetables I will need for my dishes. I will measure everything out, add everything to the dishes I plan on cooking them in, and store in the refrigerator. Because this leaves less dishes needing to be washed. Then the day of I add seasonings, dressings, oils, etc. and cook.

I hope this helps make planning your menu’s easier this Thanksgiving. And I can’t wait to see your creations over on Instagram.