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Fortunately, doing a mostly gluten free Thanksgiving plan wasn't… 
23rd-Nov-2010 09:21 pm
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Fortunately, doing a mostly gluten free Thanksgiving plan wasn't all that hard; most of what we normally eat is either GF or easily turned GF.

pre-dinner snacks:
- sausage cheese balls (Bob's Red Mill Baking Mix)
- chex mix (mom's grabbed rice and corn chex, and I took her GF worchesthire)
- Utz (GF already. $deity bless Utz.)

dinner:

- turkey (holy water blessed, etc; no gluten here)
- cranberry sauce from a can
- stuffed mushrooms (spinach and mushrooms and cheese and garlic, noms)
- sweet potato casserole (note to self, check the packaging on the marshmallows)
- mashed potatoes
- sauerkraut from a can
- corn from a can
- broccoli
- gravy (cornstarch)
- mom's pistachio pudding salad (I checked the boxes, and woot! modified cornstarch. Need to find out what else is in this)
- stuffing from a bag (so totally not GF, but I'm not a stuffing person, so it's all good. Maybe next year I'll do sausage and cornbread stuffing)
- green bean casserole (thank you, Pacific Foods, for GF cream of soups, and the internets, for GF French fried onions
- lime jello with cottage cheese and pineapple (eh. Don't know. That's ok.)

dessert

- pumpkin pie with splenda and no crust
- pumpkin parfait, minus the gelatin and rum, and with GF gingersnaps
- pumpkin roll (so, so not GF, but that's totally okay. Everyone else loves it. Maybe next year I'll tackle this one. Or maybe I'll just eat more pumpkin parfait)
Comments 
24th-Nov-2010 02:29 am (UTC)
Watch for cross-dipping spoons!
24th-Nov-2010 02:29 am (UTC)
Also - sponge type cake for pumpkin roll should be easy enough to make gf?
24th-Nov-2010 02:56 am (UTC)
It should be. But my cake making efforts have been hit and miss so far. Honestly, my pumpkin roll with gluten in it kind of sucked. :)
24th-Nov-2010 11:35 am (UTC)
Well, there's that then. :)
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