Paleo Thanksgiving recipes to make your holiday a breeze this year! You’re busy! Hit the easy button this year!
Whether you are hosting or are an invited guest, you are sure to find a tasty recipe. Trusty favorites never let me down, and they are perfect for everyone!
Start with this popular, so easy Paleo turkey recipe! While it’s roasting, start on the delicious sides.
Paleo Turkey Recipe:
- Boneless Turkey Breast Recipe – With a few ingredients, the prep time is just a few minutes! Having a small gathering? Having a big group, but want to have extra turkey on hand just in case? Want to insure leftovers?
- Since you’ll be buying your boneless turkey breast by the pound, you choose the number of slices you’d like to have. See the post that shows how to cook a boneless turkey breast. Sure to be your new favorite recipe, and not just for holidays. Make it easier: Roasting Pan and Instant Thermometer.
Paleo Thanksgiving Sides:
- Paleo Cranberry Sauce
- Paleo Salad Dressing (Tahini Paleo Salad Dressing, Vegan Ranch Dressing, Lemon Dressing)
- Slow Cooker Mashed Sweet Potatoes
- Vegan Sweet Potato Casserole
- Dairy-Free Mashed Potatoes
- Vegan Scalloped Potatoes
- Paleo Stuffing
Paleo Soup Recipes:
- Paleo Butternut Squash Soup
- Butternut Squash and Apple Soup
- Roasted Carrot Soup
- Vegan Cauliflower Soup
Paleo Thanksgiving Desserts:
- Paleo Chocolate Cake
- Paleo Apple Crisp
- Maple Pecans
- Dairy-Free Sugar Cookies: Make into Thanksgiving shapes!
- Coconut Non-Dairy Whipped Cream (Whips up easy in a Kitchenaid Electric Mixer).
- Sweet Potato Spice Truffles
- Paleo Vegan Chocolate Truffles
- Pumpkin Spice Latte
More Paleo Dessert recipes here.
Don’t forget pumpkin —–> Best Paleo Pumpkin Recipes to try!
Looking for more holiday recipes?
Paleo Apple Crisp has all the lip-smacking flavors of pie, but it’s a more throw together in a pan type of deal. Which might be just what you’re looking for!
Being asked to bring a dessert? Here you go! Tip: Tweak the cinnamon and add more if you like!
Tips To Make Your Paleo Thanksgiving A Success:
- Prep ahead: Do as much chopping and shopping ahead as possible. I chop vegetables, nuts, fruits, etc.. and place in labeled containers in the refrigerator. This makes assembling recipes for cooking and baking so much easier.
- Create an outline of your meal, make lists of necessary ingredients, and do shopping ahead.
- Set your holiday table on the morning of your feast.
- Make your holiday morning breakfast simple (e.g. smoothie).
- Encourage others to help. This makes the day, meal, holiday more fun and enjoyable for all.
- Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain Celebrations
- Sweet Laurel Recipes For Whole Food, Grain-Free Desserts – A Baking Book
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