In case you are still looking for tasty Paleo Thanksgiving Recipes for your celebration this week I am here to help out. I may not be able to get in the kitchen with you, but I can offer up some great advice. These are my favorite recipes that I have seen so far this year around the web. Many of these dishes will be on my family’s table come Thursday.
What a delicious way to start the day! A Pumpkin Spiced Latte from Against All Grain is the perfect treat to get you moving on Thanksgiving morning.
I love simple turkey recipes. Roasting a turkey should not be a frightening experience. This is a great recipe that will make your turkey the star of the meal.
If turkey is not your thing, then try something different this year. Use some poultry seasoning to flavor these pork medallions and it will tie all of your flavors together.
Here is a great Paleo makeover for the classic Green Bean Casserole!
I love Brussels Sprouts and these look delicious and festive. Plus, they are not only Paleo, but also AIP.
These carrots are so good with a hint of honey and nutmeg. Yum.
This is one of my all time favorite recipes. It goes great with everything. It’s visually stunning. And, even if you don’t normally like Brussels Sprouts, you will love these.
This is such a versatile recipe. Change the veggies to whatever you have on hand or whatever your family prefers. And, it’s super simple, too!
This recipe from Paleo Leap just looks festive. A tasty side dish that adds a great deal of visual appeal.
What a unique take on Risotto from Autoimmune Paleo. With this great dish no one will ever miss the mashed potatoes.
This soup is a breeze to throw together especially with the Vitamix blender.
This just sounds yummy! Plus, it’s Paleo, Grain Free & Dairy Free.
ZenBellyBlog.com shared this stuffing/dressing recipe that looks amazing. I’m pretty sure you will never miss plain, old boring stuffing again.
Here is a great cranberry sauce recipe from He Won’t Know It’s Paleo.
This recipe comes from AGirlWorthSaving.net and looks decadent. A Great dessert to enjoy at the end of the day.
This is such a tasty treat. You will never miss the pie crust. It also makes a wonderful breakfast.
Here is a great recipe for all the children to enjoy. I am not a big fan of raisin’s in my cookies, so I might substitute dried, unsweetened cranberries.
Paleo Leap shared this great recipe for Pumpkin Pie Bites. Aren’t they just cute as “pie.”
Hope you enjoyed the Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup. Have a super day enjoying your friends and family.