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Gluten Free Turkey Recipes
If you need help figuring out how to use up all of your leftover turkey we’ve compiled 16 gluten free leftover turkey recipes that will transform your Thanksgiving or Christmas leftovers into mouthwatering casseroles, soul-warming soups, and comforting dishes without any gluten.
From hearty casseroles to comforting fall soups, these gluten free recipes are not only perfect for using up leftover turkey but also for satisfying your cravings for comforting, flavorful dishes.
These recipes are perfect for gluten free Thanksgiving leftovers or for Christmas. Many of the recipes would be great for freezing for later in the year.
Gluten Free Leftover Turkey Recipes
Sharing 16 gluten free leftover turkey recipes that will transform your leftovers into comforting casseroles, soul-warming soups, and more.
This comforting gluten free chicken and dumplings casserole can easily be made with leftover turkey. It has layers of meat, peas, corn, a creamy sauce, and fluffy dumplings topping. This recipe comes with a dairy free option.
Homemade turkey soup is a classic leftover turkey recipe. This one is made gluten free and looks extremely flavorful. It uses stock that is made from turkey bones. It's a hearty soup that is loaded with flavor, turkey, and veggies.
It's not too often you see a really great gluten free casserole and this one delivers. This chicken and rice casserole is filled with chicken, rice, vegetables, and a creamy sauce with a crunchy topping. Use turkey instead of chicken.
These stuffed peppers are created to use leftover turkey. It's an easy meal the whole family will love. It uses leftover turkey, vegetables, herbs, and cheese. Use gluten free soy sauce or coconut amino acids instead of regular soy sauce.
I often use leftover chicken in fried rice. When I saw this recipe that uses leftover turkey I felt it sounded amazing. It has light and fluffy rice, perfectly scrambled eggs, colorful vegetables, and classic fried rice flavors, and it's made in 10 minutes. Use gluten free soy sauce or coconut amino acids instead of regular soy sauce.
This turkey risotto is creamy and full of flavor. It uses leftover turkey and is made with savory mushrooms and herbs. It's a nice change from the usual gluten free holiday leftover recipes.
A few of the recipes use regular soy sauce. Use gluten free soy sauce or coconut amino acids instead of regular soy sauce. A few recipes use regular flour to make the sauce. You can easily use gluten free flour in its place.
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Carol Lovett is the founder of Ditch the Wheat and a Globe and Mail bestselling author of the cookbook, Ditch the Wheat. She has been eating gluten free since 2010. She loves all things food, natural living, and spiritual. She’s also a reiki master and crystal healer.