Making Thanksgiving Gluten Free


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Gluten Free Stuffing
It's time to consider how to prepare the best gluten free Thanksgiving feast ever, Make It GF products will make your gluten free holiday the tastiest ever!

Stuffing is essential to Thanksgiving (at least we think so), and our stuffing is based on an old English recipe. It's an herby stuffing, with parsley, marjoram, sage, thyme and oregano. Dried onion and celery are also included, making a delicious, but fairly blank culinary slate.

What do we mean? You can make our stuffing your own by adding additional ingredients! Like nuts? Add a few chopped one to the stuffing after hydrating the croutons. Prefer fruit? Adding dried, such as craisins or raisins works well too.

As long as we mentioned hydrating the croutons, here's a hint for the best experience: add your water or stock very slowly to the stuffing, mixing between liquid additions. Gluten free croutons absorb liquid a bit slower than traditional wheat based croutons, so give the gluten free croutons a bit more time to absorb the liquid added before adding more.

Dinner Rolls

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Gluten Free Dinner Rolls
Gravy is a scrumptious part of most Thanksgivings, and our dinner rolls will absorb all that goodness.

To serve, wrap the rolls in foil and bake for 10-15 minutes at 350F, just enough to heat the rolls through.


Two gluten free biscuits on a wooden board
Gluten Free Biscuits
Our gluten free biscuits are dairy free and egg free (vegan) as well as gluten free. Delicious and buttery, they make a great addition to any feast.

Our biscuits are also a great way to serve leftover turkey and gravy the next day.

Pie Crusts

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Gluten Free Pie Crust
Pie (should be) the reason for the season! And the pies are best homemade, and the best homemade pies are with our gluten free, dairy free, egg free, nut free and soy free pie crusts.

Our fat source in these crusts is a high end vegan (and gluten free!) butter (as seen on the Great British Bake Off). The crusts are 12" round formed into a 9-inch deep dish crust.

The crusts are sold individually, we also sell 12" flat rounds, which you can form into crusts using your own pie tins, or create a freeform tart with.

The crust should be docked (holes poked across the bottom with a fork) before filling or blind baking.

If your recipe calls for baking the pie at temperatures of 400 F or higher, cover the edges with foil to avoid over browning or burning.

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