Let us show you how to pull together a stunning, gluten-free Thanksgiving tablescape. It will visually wow your guests while leaving even the biggest foodies at the table in awe thanks to these great Thanksgiving dishes.
Whether it be in dazzling decor or mouthwatering dishes, your Thanksgiving tablescape should leave a big impact on your guests. We are sharing some of our favorite ideas for doing just that.
I am so excited to bring this gluten-free Thanksgiving tablescape to all of you! Our table features lots of great recipes but some of our favorites include the green bean casserole galettes, apple cider cupcakes, gluten-free caramel chocolate lasagna and rosemary infused garlic parmesan bundt; which you can find the recipe for below. All of these are made using one of our all-time favorite brands, Glutino.
If you guys are anything like me, then you spend hours upon hours in the kitchen prepping for Thanksgiving. From ham and turkey to homemade mashed potatoes and veggies, we go all out to make everything from scratch. We also make lots of appetizers and tons of pies. This year, I decided to give myself the much needed ok to do some things semi-homemade and you know what? It turned out great!
I always want to try new dishes but don’t want to sacrifice my favorite Thanksgiving flavors so I rarely try anything out of the norm. I decided to just add some in to our menu and even give an old classic a fresh new look. Since green bean casserole is my favorite, I turned the classic dish into mini green bean casserole galettes complete with our famous homemade fried onions.
When I went out shopping I couldn’t resist these darling little pumpkin soup bowls and soup tureen. I knew I wanted to serve my favorite butternut squash soup at our Thanksgiving dinner along with our rosemary infused garlic parmesan bundt bread so they couldn’t have been a more perfect find. You can find these great dishes at Walmart.
The gold accented turkey plates are another find that I saw and just had to have. I love the elegance they provide to the table as well as the festivity they bring with fall flavors and the turkey print. Of course, the Ralph Lauren table runner was an obvious yes. I found everything at, you guessed it, HomeGoods. It’s STILL my favorite store.
Some of my gluten-free Thanksgiving tablescape suggestions:
- Let the food be your main focus
- In making your food the focus, make sure you have plenty of options
- If you are mixing gluten-free and non gluten-free, it is crucial that you label dishes AND utensils (avoid cross contamination by sharing serving dishes and utensils)
- Pick one great centerpiece and build everything else around that
- Find a gorgeous linen that goes with your theme
- Choose at least one metal (gold, brass, copper, etc.) and incorporate it into the design
- Don’t be afraid to use more than one metal. I enjoy copper as well as gold on my Thanksgiving table. The colors are great!
- Go rustic chic with raw materials like wood as well as more glam like our ceramic pumpkin soup bowls with gold stemmed lids
- 1 box gluten-free bread mix (we love Glutino brand)
- 3 tsp. crushed garlic, divided
- 1 T FRESH chopped rosemary
- 1/2 C parmesan
- 1/2 tsp. garlic salt
- Preheat oven according to bread box directions
- Prepare bread mix according to directions and let rise
- Once the bread has risen, mix in 2 tsp. garlic, garlic salt and rosemary
- Also mix in all but 2 T parmesan
- Generously grease a bundt pan
- Rub in 1 tsp. crushed garlic and 2 T parmesan into the bottom of the pan
- Pour bread mix into the pan and bake according to bread box packaging
- Let cool then flip over and wiggle bread bundt out of pan
- Slice and serve warm
*This is a sponsored post by Glutino. I was provided with monetary compensation and products. Opinions are all my own and truly reflective of how we feel about these products. We love Glutino brand and use their products ALL the time!