Top 20 SIBO Thanksgiving Recipes

Are you feeling overwhelmed at the thought of figuring out SIBO friendly food this Thanksgiving?  Never fear, I'm sharing my Top 20 Thanksgiving recipes with you. I do not believe that a SIBO diagnosis should mean bland, boring food. That's why I've taken traditional Thanksgiving recipes and put a SIBO twist on them.

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Sensational Starters

Start Thanksgiving off with a bang with these sensational starters and canapes.  Paired with a drink of your choice, they are the perfect way to get into the holiday mood.

Smoked Salmon Blinis

These bite-sized treats make for a delicious canape. Small enough to serve on a platter as your guests arrive, and pretty enough to seriously wow them, they will leave your guests going back for more. The blini is a mini pancake which is topped with pureed avocado, smoked salmon and a sprinkling of mini herbs. This recipe is available here and in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Smoked Trout Bites with Lemon Aioli

Salty and crunchy on the outside, smooth and creamy on the inside, these Smoked Trout Bites with Lemon Aioli will be a crowd pleaser this Thanksgiving.  Dipped into zesty lemon aioli they are the perfect arrival treat for your guests. This recipe is available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Amazing Appetizers

Seat your guests and watch the compliments roll in with these amazing appetizers.

Coconut crumbed shrimp with ruby grapefruit salad

When it's time to sit down, there's nothing better than starting the formal dining with a sensational shrimp dish.  The zesty goodness from the ruby grapefruit pairs perfectly with the salty crunch from the coconut crumb on the shrimp. Get the recipe here. It is also available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Spiral Vegetable and Pesto Quiche

If you're looking for a more filling appetizer, or need to feed a vegetarian, this beautiful Spiral Vegetable and Pesto Quiche is perfect. It's also large enough to feed a small army, and the added pesto really lifts the dish. This recipe is available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Mouthwatering Mains

When it's time for the main event, you can't go past a perfectly roasted bird and a wide selection of side dishes.

Succulent lemon and thyme roast chicken

If you're looking for something smaller than a turkey, you can't go past my Succulent Lemon and Thyme Roast Chicken. Basting in its own delicious juices, this chicken is the most tender, succulent bird you can eat. Perfect when cooking for 4 people. Cooking for more? Then double the ingredients or swap it for a turkey. Grab the recipe here or get it in the SIBO Family Favorites Cookbook.

Sensational Sides

Pick and choose from your favourite side dishes. I love nothing more than having a little taste of a lot of different things.  The hardest part is choosing which sides to cook!

Chestnut and Bacon Stuffing

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Chestnuts are low FODMAP and naturally gluten-free, making them the perfect alternative to a bread-based stuffing. The bacon, vegetables and herbs add a wonderful flavour. This recipe will be shared exclusively with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Caramelised Butternut Squash Casserole

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Caramelised roasted butternut squash is the perfect alternative to baked potatoes on a SIBO diet. Sprinkle with freshly chopped herbs for an extra flavour punch. This recipe will be shared exclusively with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Buttery bacon Brussels sprouts

I love nothing more than biting into perfectly pan fried Brussels sprouts. Cooked in bacon fat and sprinkled with chopped roasted hazelnuts, they take the humble sprout to the next level. Get the recipe here. This recipe will also be shared with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here. This recipe is also available in the SIBO Family Favorites Cookbook.

Green beans with slivered almonds

Healthier than the standard green bean casserole, these beans add a light and healthy element to your Thanksgiving feast. The slivered almonds add a lovely crunch. This recipe will be shared with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here. You can also get the recipe in the SIBO Family Favorites Cookbook.

Creamy mash

Looking for an alternative to mashed potato?  I love whipping up steaming bowls of creamy mashed cauliflower and pumpkin. They are rich, creamy and velvety. Just like good mash should be. This recipe will be shared with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here. It is also available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Thyme Roasted Carrots and Parsnips

It took me a long time to be able to tolerate roast potatoes, and I longed for a good alternative. That's when my thyme roasted carrots and parsnips were born. The added thyme adds a lovely depth of flavour to the vegetables and they make an excellent alternative to potatoes. Grab the recipe here and in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook. It will also be shared with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Carrot and Parsnip Gratin

There's nothing more delicious than biting into a creamy, cheesy gratin. This SIBO friendly version uses a surprising ingredient to achieve a luscious creamy texture.  And for those who can tolerate it, a sprinkling of parmesan cheese is the perfect topping. This recipe is available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Roasted Pumpkin with a Sage and Walnut Drizzle

I love roasting my pumpkin until it caramelises and has a lovely deep flavour. Drizzling a sage and walnut dressing on it is next level stuff. This recipe is available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

Gravy

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Gravy IS possible on a SIBO diet. Using the turkey or chicken drippings, I mix it with extra stock and a pureed vegetable to thicken it. A sprinkling of fresh herbs and seasoning at the end ensures this gravy is thick, silky and absolutely delicious. This recipe will be shared exclusively with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Cloud Bread Rolls

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I'll be honest. These aren't exactly like bread rolls, but when you have to steer clear of all of the ingredients that make bread, these are a good alternative. Shape them like a roll and you won't be feeling left out with these on your plate. This recipe will be shared exclusively with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Delectable Desserts

Make sure to tell your guests to leave room for dessert.  If they're like me, they will claim to have a completely separate stomach for sweet treats. Make one or all of them, they are all equally as delicious at the end of a Thanksgiving meal.

Pumpkin Pie

How good is pumpkin pie? I'm completely in love with the creamy filling which is offset with the nutty crunch of the tart base. This version is best served cold, as it helps it set the filling, but it most definitely doesn't detract from the spectacular flavours. This recipe will be shared with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here. It is also available in the SIBO Family Favorites Cookbook.

Pecan Pie

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Pecans are my all time favourite nut, so I was always going to include a Pecan Pie in my Top 20 SIBO Thanksgiving Recipes. It is dense, moist and very rich, so you only need a small slice. Let the house fill with the sweet pecan smell as this pie bakes. This recipe will be shared exclusively with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Berry Crumble

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Berries aren't in season in November in the northern hemisphere, but I use good quality frozen berries for this recipe with excellent results. The nutty topping adds a lovely crunch to this dessert. And if you can tolerate it, a scoop of homemade ice cream is perfect. This recipe will be shared exclusively with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

Moist Orange Cake

This is a show-stopper of a dessert. I found a pretty bundt tin to give the cake a beautiful design, and the orange drizzle topping makes it look like a professional made it. It keeps well so is perfect with a lovely cup of tea the next day (if there are any leftovers, that is!). Get the recipe here. It will also be shared with participants of the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here. It is also available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.

What Will You Be Cooking?

I hope my Top 20 SIBO Thanksgiving Recipes have given you some inspiration for your own Thanksgiving meal. Head to the comments section below and tell me what you will be cooking. And if you need some extra help, don't forget to sign up to the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. Reserve your place here.

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Need more Thanksgiving Recipe Inspiration?

The SIBO Holiday eCookbook is jam-packed with delicious SIBO friendly recipes that are perfect for your Thanksgiving celebrations.  Enjoy delicious appetizers and entrées, perfect vegetable sides and accompaniments, mouth-watering desserts and gorgeous gifts and baked goods.  All recipes contain AU and US ingredient names, temperatures and measurements.  Available immediately via email download.

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