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Can you believe it’s already time for Thanksgiving? It feels like this year just started, and it’s already almost over. Regardless, I’m always excited about this time of year because I love the holidays. The holidays felt like a chore when I first started eating gluten-free and then AIP. How would I eat pumpkin pie? How would I be able to make something that I could share with everyone? There is hope!

These 10 paleo & AIP recipes will make everyone happy at Thanksgiving! From stuffing to pumpkin pie, you can still have it all and share for Thanksgiving!

10 Paleo & AIP Recipes to Make For Thanksgiving

1.Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows

Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows has always been one of my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. What’s not to like, right? This version is made with no dairy and AIP marshmallows.

sweet potato casserole

2. Harvest veggie hash

This harvest veggie hash is a great way to sneak in some extra veggies on the Thanksgiving table!

3. Thanksgiving Coleslaw

Thanksgiving coleslaw is another fun option to get some more vegetables on your plate. This version is made without any mayo.

Paleo Thanksgiving Coleslaw

4. Apple pie bars

These apple pie bars are made with an optional caramel sauce, and are also vegan!

5. Pumpkin pie bars

Gotta have pumpkin pie, right? These paleo/AIP pumpkin pie bars are perfect for satisfying the craving!

6. “Cornbread”

I am so excited to make this corn-free cornbread for Thanksgiving again! It’s grain free and AIP but it really tastes like the real thing.

7. “Cornbread” Stuffing

Double the batch of cornbread to make this “cornbread” stuffing! 

8. Cranberry Turkey Poppers

These cranberry turkey poppers are such a great appetizer. They’re also a great option to bring for yourself if you’re going to a Thanksgiving dinner at someone else’s house where the turkey is stuffed.

Cranberry Sweet Potato Turkey Poppers (Paleo, AIP, Whole 30)

9. Apple cranberry sauce

This apple cranberry sauce is a tart homemade sauce that’s far less sweet than the traditional cranberry sauce from a can!

10. Pomegranate Guacamole

This is a pomegranate guacamole is a nontraditional Thanksgiving dish, but it’s an easy to make appetizer that everyone will love!