Well we are getting so close to Thanksgiving!  With the snow that has fallen in Minnesota so early in November- I have have been in the holiday spirit a bit earlier this year.

With just nine days before the holiday,  you’ll want to get to the grocery store and plan your meal. Here are some helpful tips and events that could assist you in having a great gluten free Thanksgiving and holiday parties.

Gluten-Free-Holidays

Gluten Free Thanksgiving & Holiday Season Info

Other tips:

  1. Make sure you buy a gluten-free turkey.  They can be injected with a broth or stuffed with a stuffing rendering them unsafe.
  2. Don’t buy a gluten-free turkey and then stuffing it with gluten-filled stuffing.  Again, it would contaminate the turkey.
  3. I make a gluten-free cornbread for our table each year.  This way guests who are not gluten free don’t miss the bread! I like Bob’s Red Mill.

Thanksgiving should be a wonderful time with your family and friends.  Worrying about the gluten ingredients in food shouldn’t be a part of that. Best of luck and Happy gluten free Thanksgiving!

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