Thanksgiving Round Up!

I’m so excited to see what NOBREAD dishes you make this Thanksgiving!! Make sure you tag me on Instagram (@NOBREAD) so I can repost!! xx, Nicole


Thanksgiving is just DAYS away, and I’ve been cooking up a storm! From stuffing to pie to roasted vegetables to (gluten-free) bread, I’ve been making them all! And I’m excited to FINALLY share with you a few of my Thanksgiving day staples!!


I mean, it’s not Thanksgiving unless there is stuffing involved! And there is no reason gluten-free people should have to miss out! Thanks to Schar Gluten-Free White Bread, this stuffing recipe will give you all of the Thanksgiving feels! And I bet your gluten-eating friends won’t know it’s gluten-free!!



Thanksgiving staples: turkey, gravy, stuffing, sweet potato something, and CORNBREAD. Since perfecting my gluten-free cornbread recipe, I’ve become a cornbread fiend. Simple, tasty, and delicious; my fellow gluten-free need to whip up this dish this Thanksgiving!

Paleo Blueberry Banana Bread

This bread rounds out my top 3 favorite breads that I have ever made! (The other two are my classic Banana Bread and Pumpkin Muffins/Bread). With pumpkin, pecan, and apple pie’s being Thanksgiving favorites, give blueberries their turn in this delicious bread!

5-Ingredient Banana Breadsticks

Hold off on the chocolate and these breadsticks are the perfect carb accompaniment to your Thanksgiving meal. Or leave the chocolate chips in and serve along with a little whip cream or ice cream for dessert!

Classic Banana Bread

This bread was the first ever bread I made, and for a good year or two, I brought it with me to every dinner party, brunch, and/or event I went to. It is a total crowd favorite and a staple at my Thanksgiving table!

Pumpkin Bread

I made this bread last year in collaboration with Julie Tanous and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. It was my most popular recipe last year, and when I made it again this year I remembered why! It’s simple, HEARTY, and oozing with fall flavors.


Sweet Potato Brownies

I’m always looking for ways to incorporate sweet potato into my meals, other than just having them roasted, baked or fried. Using sweet potato in dessert isn’t done enough, and it is the perfect way to make a not so healthy treat be totally healthy! Or somewhat healthy….


Paleo Pumpkin Muffins

This recipe is by far Recipe of the Year here at NOBREAD. The muffins are paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, and totally GUILT-FREE. Be generous with the cinnamon to really give the muffins their fall flavor, and if you are feeling ambitious you can make these muffins as bread!


Pie Crust

It took me a few attempts, but I’m so happy to announce the recipe for the NOBREAD pie-crust! The crust has flavor thanks to the dairy-free butter and touch of coconut sugar, and holds your fillings well!

Pecan Pie

The pecan pie is my mom’s specialty. I’ve tried to make different variations of it but none compare to the tastiness of hers! Pecan is my favorite nut, which makes this recipe quite dangerous for me! It’s hard to hold myself back!

Apple Pie

You can’t celebrate Thanksgiving, or any Fall holiday for that matter, without a quality Apple Pie. This open-faced Apple Pie is DELICIOUS…. especially when you add some dairy-free cream or ice cream! My Dad, a.k.a. The Apple Pie King, said it was amazing- so I’m feeling pretty good about myself right now!

Pumpkin Pie:

Can you ever have enough Pumpkin on your Thanksgiving table? NO. I’m adding this pumpkin pie to the mix, and I’m sure glad I did!


Hasselback Potatoes

Every time I see pictures of Hasselback Potatoes, I think to myself “Hm I should make these one day.” And I did this year just in time for Thanksgiving! Drizzled with coconut oil and garnished with rosemary, these potatoes are fun to eat and super flavorful! You should pair it with my Stoli Rosemary Gimlet, too!!

Maple Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I always say at dinner parties that I am good for the 3 B’s: Booze, (gluten-free) Bread, and Brussels! Roasting brussels in Maple and Balsamic has been my go-to since I first started cooking brussels sprouts, and hey, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

Coconut Roasted Carrots

I’m all about alternatives these days. Pasta made out of vegetables or chickpeas and vegetables turned into “fries” is currently my jam. My carrot fries are perfect for both the kids and adults at the Thanksgiving table!

Maple Roasted Vegetables:

Yes Thanksgiving is all about the heavy (#glutenfree) stuffing, pies, and bread… but it is also the one holiday that features all of my favorite VEGETABLES!! Brussels sprouts, carrots, and butternut squash, OH MY! 

Lemon and Tahini Stuffed Acorn Squash

Butternut Squash is a Thanksgiving staple, but have you tried adding Acorn Squash into the mix?? For lemon lovers and vegan/vegetarian Thanksgiving guests, this dish is filling and unique!

I’m so excited to see what NOBREAD dishes you make this Thanksgiving!! Make sure you tag me on Instagram (@NOBREAD) so I can repost!! xx, Nicole

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