I’m not sure how it suddenly happened, but it’s already November! You know what that means (No, not Christmas, though all the stores already put up Christmas decorations last month) , it means Thanksgiving is coming up soon!(Looking for Thanksgiving Recipes?… there’s a whole new round up I made this year! Check it out here: 50+ Paleo Thanksgiving Recipes.)
If you are hosting and haven’t started thinking about your Thanksgiving meal yet – this is the best time to do so. If you prefer eating Paleo like I do, then I have good news! I already did the research for you and have gathered up some awesome Paleo Thanksgiving Recipes!
Here are five links you might want to check out:
I really like Paleo Diet Lifestyle’s Recipes, so I was very excited to see they had a thanksgiving one up! This collection has the recipes for a Mushroom Butter Roasted Turkey along with many sides – I am thinking about making the Crab stuffed mushrooms and Deviled Eggs with Bacon Bits!
This is another set of paleo thanksgiving I found. It features a paleo French Roasted Turkey and several different sides you can choose from. he one that really caught my eye was the Paleo Pumpkin Ice Cream! It sounds delicious!
Primal Palate’s Thanksgiving recipes consists of a Roasted Turkey with Pork Stuffing, and lots and lots of sides including two I was very interested in: Carrot Souffle and Dates Stuffed with Goat Cheese. I love goat cheese, so the latter recipe will be exciting to try out.
Elana’s Pantry has 10 recipes for appetizers, salad, dinner, dessert including a Balsamic Roasted Turkey with Apple Stuffing (which sounds delicious). Also, if you are craving bread (or if you have non-paleo guests amidst the group) – make sure to check out the Paleo Pumpkin Bread in this set of recipes!
This set of recipes are probably the more traditional Thanksgiving route you can go compared the the previous sets. It looks delicious and I am thinking about making the Sweet Potato Casserole that they have on there.
There’s more of these awesome recipes around the web and I encourage finding them and doing some research before the big day to make a memorably delicious and Paleo Thanksgiving meal! Be sure to update me if you yourself have some recommendations!