This Thanksgiving, gather with family and friends and enjoy a traditional feast together. We have an entire menu of allergy-friendly, crowd-pleasing recipes, including turkey and all the trimmings. We've modified old favorites like mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie to make them free of common allergens. We've also got some new dishes to add some sparkle to your table.
Buying an allergy-friendly turkey is not as straightforward as you might think. Some birds are processed in brines that contain major allergens; others are injected with butter or other oils. Follow our guide to allergy-friendly Thanksgiving turkeys and check labels before you buy.
Elegant and seasonal, this soup can be modified to be free of the most common food allergens. For a stunning presentation, serve this soup in a hollowed-out, baked pie pumpkin shell.
Eat dessert first, and count it as one of your five veggies a day. This recipe makes sweet potato casserole with brown sugar or marshmallows on top. Or if you are really daring, try both.
Traditional green bean casserole is made with a milk-based sauce and is baked with processed onions on top. This version is lighter and fresher, and technically isn't a casserole at all. Instead of a long bake time, caramelized onions are tossed with steamed green beans and pumpkin seeds.
Choose from a more traditional cornbread stuffing or try wild rice or a grain-free fennel and mushroom stuffing this year.
You don't have to miss out on your favorite dessert. We've got pumpkin pie recipes for just about any combination of major allergens.