Looking for some great gluten free holiday dishes to add to your holiday table?
I’ve gathered a few recipes that would fit seamlessly into any holiday party. Many are already naturally gluten free, and many are grain free. If you’re trying to stay on a Whole30 diet, substitute olive oil for butter in recipes that call for it. Watching your sugar intake? You’ll even find a few sugar-free options as well! (This post contains affiliate links)
Gluten Free Appetizers and Starters
A vegetable tray is the perfect start to a holiday party. This Herbed Goat Cheese Dip can be made the day before, (in fact it’ll be even better if you let the flavors meld over-night).
Rosemary Almonds can also be made ahead and are Whole30 compliant as well.
Prosciutto and Truffle Cheese on Potato Rounds from Christina’s Cucina is an elegant appetizer for a holiday meal.
Old Fashioned Southern Cornbread from Grits and Pinecones would go well with ham or turkey!
Need bread to accompany your meal? These Gluten Free Bread Sticks could be made into small rolls instead.
This Mediterranean Style Turkey is stuffed with herbs and lemon wedges for the moistest bird ever! Or skip the butter baste on your regular turkey recipe, and use olive oil instead.
No need to skip the bread stuffing with this Pink Peppercorn and Rosemary Stuffing from Mid-life Croissant!
Don’t forget the cranberry Sauce! This Cranberry Orange Sauce from Melanie Cooks, has no added sugar.
Roasted Cranberry Sauce from Life Currents sounds delightful!
Classic Prime Rib is rubbed with seasonings and roasted, so it’s naturally gluten free. We serve it with the pan juices, so no need to thicken up the juice for gravy! The Creamed Horseradish is the perfect accompaniment!
Bourbon and Brown Sugar Glazed Ham is the perfect alternative to turkey or beef for the holidays.
Side Dishes and Vegetables
Hard to beat Green Beans Almondine from Beyond the Chicken Coop, for a classic holiday side dish!
These Mediterranean Vegetables are not only gluten free, they are Whole30 compliant.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes from The Rising Spoon are naturally sweetened, and can be made ahead of time.
This Harvest Squash is full of fall colors, garlic and herbs, and can be made in the morning and reheated.
Looking for something a little different? How about this Coconut Cumin Ginger Roasted Butternut Squash from The Delicious Crescent?
These Roast Lemon Dill Potatoes from Veena Azmanov would make a nice alternative to traditional mashed potatoes.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Pecans are naturally gluten free.
This Gluten Free Apple Pie from Rhian’s Recipes also vegan!
Gluten Free Fruitcake would be a great holiday or hostess gift!
Soft and chewy Amaretti Cookies from She Loves Biscotti, would be delicious with a cup of coffee.
Baked Apple Slices with Maple and Cinnamon from One Clever Chef would go well with turkey.
This Maple Pumpkin Pie from Allergy Free Alaska is both gluten free and dairy free
This Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake with Bourbon Maple Whipped Cream has a gluten free ginger snap crust and candied pecans!
What gluten free holiday side dishes would you add to this list?
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