No matter what meat you are serving this holiday season – whether it’s poultry, ham, lamb, fish, pork, or tofu – make sure the meat is free of any marinade. Store bought meats often come already marinated or pre-sauced, which could contain allergens. Instead, make your own marinade or sauce at home. You will also need to check the meat to make sure there are no additives, as these can cause issues for people with dietary restrictions.
Pumpkin pie is a staple dessert for everyone’s Thanksgiving dinner. The best part about this traditional dessert is you won’t have to tweak it much. Try Betty Crocker’s pumpkin pie recipe, which features a gluten free crust option. Or, take a more bold approach, and make Sweet and Savory Meals’ pumpkin pie crème brûlée. The dish isn’t dairy free, but is a great option for your guests who may be gluten free.
If you don’t have time to make a bunch of different desserts, a fruit tray is a great option for all of your guests. You can even provide a festive, homemade fruit dip like Kraft’s cranberry dip. It’s a simple recipe that will add more color to your tray, and enhance the fruit.
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