Tuesday To Do List is my newest attempt at bringing you tidbits from the gluten-free world each week. This will continue until my mind-that-doesn’t-rest comes up with another way to entertain you guys. You can read my very first to-do list here. Cross your fingers I am back here next Tuesday with another list.
Today we’re talking turkey, pumpkin pie, and everything in between that you might just want to add to your gluten-free Thanksgiving To Do List!
The Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Thanksgiving Edition is your one-stop-shop for the feast!
We love this stuffing and will make it again this year. (my Trader Joe’s insider says the GF candy cane Joe Joe’s arrive next week at the Glendale, WI location!)
(it’s very stove-top-like, which is celiac sister’s fave. we use less water than called for and it’s pretty perfect.)
Word on the street is that Aldi has gluten-free fried onions for green bean casserole. Mamasita is thrilled about this so I’ll be buying some before heading home to MN for our fabulously gluten-free feast!
Shirley has rounded up FORTY, yes 4-0, pie crust recipes to choose from. (thank you!) I just sent this Best Gluten-Free Flaky Pie Crust recipe to my mama to check out.
Need a quick, easy snack mix? Try this.
Some of our family favorites for you to try — love grandma’s rice!
Want fresh baked bread with your turkey day meal? This recipe is for you.
You know I love a good graphic. (or seventeen) All things Thanksgiving in graphics.
There are always requests for my pumpkin spice cookies with cream cheese frosting.
Shauna and Danny have an app you can download but also a LIST of videos and recipes to try.
Be safe. If you aren’t as lucky as we are to have a fully gluten-free meal, Shirley has tips to remember when visiting the fam. (last weekend the stars aligned during my birthday weekend in Denver and I got to meet up with Shirley and Johnna for drinks and dessert…follow along with both of these lovely, down to earth, gluten-free friends!)
EnJOY the time with your families, my friends. This last week was filled with JOYful memory making, but also tragic events on a global and much closer to home level — I can’t make sense of it all, but in times like these, I gather with my tribe and look for the light.
The week from Instagram…
(follow along: @celiacinthecity)
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