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I pretty much love all “typical” Thanksgiving food, but I especially like Green Bean Casserole. However, I was worried that it would be difficult to make it gluten free. I am happy to say that I was able to find some awesome gluten free alternatives for A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Green Bean Casserole Edition.
A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Green Bean Casserole Edition
This is the dish I was most worried about. For one, our regular grocery store did not carry any gluten free options for cream of mushroom soup or crispy fried onions and the dish would just not be the same without those two ingredients! I did a little sleuthing on Google and then went off to Sprouts hoping I would find some of the items I saw online there. I normally don’t mind ordering online; however, every distributor seems to want you to purchase a case of the items I am trying for the first time. I think not!
Cream of Mushroom Soup
I was able to find three different brands on my Google hunt and I was lucky enough to find all three at Sprouts so I bought all of them and will give an honest review here once I use them.
Pacific: Don’t let the packaging fool you. This little box (yes box) of soup seems to be just as good as the can counterparts. I have tried their Cream of Pepper and Tomato soup along with their Cream of Chicken condensed soup and love them both! The Cream of Mushroom and Cream of Chicken soup are both organic (awesome!). I already love this brand so I am a bit biased.
Health Valley: I was able to find this brand easily as well, but I have never tried it. My only reservation is that the list of ingredients is rather long, but the soup is organic so there is that! A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Green Bean Casserole Edition
Gluten Free Cafe: This is a subsidiary of Health Valley. They did have a gluten free chicken noodle soup that I picked up as well to try. Again, they use a lot of ingredients (not that it is a bad thing, but it can be). This one is all natural, not organic. Again, I did buy this one and will try it as well. A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Green Bean Casserole Edition
Crispy Fried Onions
I found a lot of recipes to make your own; however, as I have said before I am more of a semi-homemade kind of gal than a completely from scratch gal. A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Green Bean Casserole Edition
Sprouts French Fried Onions: I was able to find these and thought they were reasonably priced. Again, I haven’t tried them yet, but will let you know. I am excited to try them though because they would be a great addition to salads as well.
Live Gluten Free: I have not seen this brand in person but know that Amazon and Aldi carry them. Try to find them in the store because ordering them online is way too pricey. The reviews that I have read say they are good though but I doubt they are worth $10+ from Amazon (yeah, I was shocked too!). A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Green Bean Casserole Edition
If you are more of a “do it yourself” cook, I have pinned some recipes for your convenience! If you would like me to write a post/review on a different holiday meal, I would love to hear your recommendation.