Gluten Free Gravy

Beth Blends Gluten Free Gravy is delicious and ready in 10 minutes! This super easy recipe does not require any drippings, uses minimal ingredients. It is a great addition to holiday meals but quick enough to make any night of the week!

 wooden spoonful of gravy

Does all gravy have gluten?

It depends! Most traditional gravy or store-bought premade gravy or gravy mixes will contain wheat or gluten.


Is gravy gluten and dairy free?

Again, it depends. Generally, most gravy will contain butter and sometimes milk.

 plate of food with gravy boat on white

Where can I get gluten free gravy? Which gravy mixes are gluten-free?

Beth Blends Gluten Free Gravy Mix is beyond gluten free! Our mix is totally grain free as well. That means no corn or soy.  You can find our mix is available at, and


Ingredients you’ll need to make gluten free gravy

  • Ghee: Can be substituted with butter, coconut oil, or bacon or turkey drippings. 
  • Beth Blends Gravy Mix
  • Chicken Broth: Can be substituted with bone, beef, or vegetable broth. 
  • Sea Salt 
  • Ground Black Pepper

 ingredients for gluten free gravy mix

How to make gluten free gravy

1. Melt ghee in a saucepan over medium heat.

melting butter in frying pan
2. Add Beth Blends Gravy Mix while constantly stirring for about a minute, taking care not to burn it.

adding flour to frying pan
3. Add broth, salt, and black pepper, if using. Continue to stir until the sauce begins to thicken, about 2 minutes.

whisking gravy in frying pan 

Tips for making gluten free gravy

  • Serve alongside your favorite holiday meal, drizzle over mashed potatoes and turkey, serve alongside biscuits or try it over French fries (trust us on this one)!
  • Using a whisk and stirring constantly helps prevent lumps.

Fixing gluten free gravy common issues

Please note that if you follow the directions, you should have any of these issues.

  • Gluten free gravy with flour clumps: Strain out the clumps or use a blender to break up the clumps.
  • Gravy that’s too thin: There’s a few ways to fix this issue. Let the gravy continue cooking to help the liquid reduce or add a little bit more of Beth Blends Gluten Free Gravy Mix to the liquid. The amount of mix needed will depend on how think the gravy is so start with small amounts. Please keep in mind that the gravy will also thicken as it cools.
  • Gravy that’s too thick: If you’ve added too much mix or not enough liquid, you’ll end up with very thick gravy. If it’s too thick, try added a little broth (or whatever cooking liquid you prefer) to help think it out.
  • Salty gravy: If you find that your gravy is too salty, make some additional gravy and combine it with the salty gravy. That will help dilute it. And don’t worry if you now have a surplus of gravy. You can stick any extras in the freezer and use it later.

 close up of gluten free gravy on mashed potatoes

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