Best 3 Gluten-Free Gravy Recipes

gluten free gravy recipe

However, there is a misconception floating around, dictating that gluten-free gravy cannot be tasty. To tell you the truth, gluten-free gravy can not only be mouthwatering but it can be healthy too. So, here, we have enlisted the best three gluten-free gravy recipes which will leave you craving for more.

Simple Three Ingredients Gluten-Free Gravy

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Easy-to-make three-ingredient gravy recipes will take you less than fifteen minutes to make.


One and a half to two and a half cups of store-bought or homemade low-sodium turkey or chicken stock

Two and a half tablespoons of Sweet Rice flour

Two and a half tbsp of unsalted butter

Freshly ground black pepper and Kosher salt to taste


Melt the butter in a small pot over medium-high heat. Then add the rice flour to form a paste. Cook for three minutes or until the color turns beige.

Add the stock and whisk it continuously over low heat until you reach your preferred thickness. Season and serve hot.

Five Minute Gluten-Free Gravy

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The game-changer recipe is here as the lesser the time it takes, the simpler it is.


One-fourth cup of unsalted butter

One-fourth cup of All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour or three tbsp of Cornstarch

Two cups of cold turkey drippings or broth or stock

Sea Salt per taste


Start it with the dry ingredients on a saucepan at medium heat. And then constantly whisk it until the gravy thickens as per your preference.

Boil it and stir it continuously until the gravy becomes smooth.

Remove it from the heat and cool it to your desired temperature before enjoying it.

You can preserve the leftover gravy for later up to a week. Or, you can freeze it for about three months.

Dairy and Gluten-Free Gravy

This dairy-free recipe is a delicious and flavorsome recipe of gravy that will add extra cheer to your holiday meal.


Two cups of Chicken broth

Three tablespoons of Chicken or Turkey drippings

Three tablespoons of the gluten-free flour blend, cornstarch, or tapioca starch

Half tsp of onion powder

One-fourth tsp of garlic powder

Salt and pepper according to your taste


Put the drippings and chicken broth on a small pan and bring it to a boil over medium heat.

Place the thickener or the starch in a mug, then add one-fourth cup of hot broth. Use a fork to mix it all together.

Add the mixture to the pan. Add garlic and onion powder and salt and pepper to your taste. Then whisk it until no lumps left and serve it hot.


In the holiday season, a meal with gravy is a must. If you are health conscious but still want your tastebuds to feel alive, then this piece is for you. Enjoy the holidays by sharing a feast with your friends and family.

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