My Thanksgiving Menu & Cooking Schedule (Printable Included!) Free of Gluten, Grain, and Dairy

I’m not much of a sports guy, but this… this is my Super Bowl. For years, I’ve been perfecting the ultimate Thanksgiving feast. From the roasted turkey to the sugar-dusted cranberries, every dish on the menu is delicious. So, if there’s one thing I can brag about (without feeling guilty), it’s my Thanksgiving recipes. This menu also happens to be free of gluten, grain, and dairy because these days, food sensitivities are more common than ever before, including in our family. But I can promise that nothing is compromised on flavor!


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(If you scroll all the way to the bottom, I’ve also added some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes for those without those sensitivities.)


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Cooking Schedule (Free, Downloadable Printable)

To make things easy to follow along, here’s a free downloadable printable with a detailed schedule and instructions for cooking this entire menu. It’s designed for the use of one oven, and prep begins on Sunday (well in advance) so that you’re cool as a cucumber on the day of.

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Here are all of the recipes I’ll be referencing, starting with the turkey!

Perfectly Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey

Everyone knows the importance of the turkey on Thanksgiving, and we also know it takes more than gravy to fix a dry, flavorless turkey. I share all the tips and techniques that will help you roast and carve a perfect, tender, and juicy turkey for Thanksgiving.


A Low-Key Thanksgiving Dinner for Four

Of course, maybe Thanksgiving this year will be a little more low-key for you. If that’s the case, I also have a one-plate Thanksgiving dinner that can be prepped and executed in about two to three hours.


This post originated a few years back when we were all couped up and avoiding large gatherings, but I stand by it! If you’re looking to simplify Thanksgiving this year or are cooking for a group of 4, this low-key Thanksgiving dinner is perfect for you! It is still so delicious and also happens to be gluten, grain, and dairy-free.

Other Thanksgiving Recipes That Are NOT Gluten, Grain & Dairy Free

If there are no food sensitivities present, these recipes are phenomenal and worth a try! The cornbread stuffing, especially, is one of my best recipes of all time.

Arugula & Prosciutto Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Savory Cornbread & Sausage Dressing (Stuffing)

Asparagus Casserole

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