Yes, they have stably trivial tangent bundles. A remark to this effect can be found on page 70 of

M. Kervaire "Smooth Homology Spheres and their Fundamental Groups"

but it is a little terse. It is essentially the argument as for homotopy spheres, due to Kervaire--Milnor, with a little elaboration. Let me try to explain it.

Let $M^n$ be a $\mathbb{Z}$-homology sphere. It is therefore orientable, so let $\tau : M \to BSO$ classify its stable tangent bundle. As the target is simply-connected, this map factors over the plus-construction $M^+ \simeq S^n$, giving a map $\tau' : S^n \to BSO$. The claim is that $\tau'$ is nullhomotopic, as then $\tau$ is too.

We know the homotopy groups of $BSO$ by Bott periodicity:

Sometimes $\pi_n(BSO)=0$, in which case we are done.

Sometimes $\pi_n(BSO)=\mathbb{Z}$, namely when $n=4k$, in which case homotopy classes are detected by evaluation against the Pontrjagin class $p_k$. But
$$\langle \tau', p_k \rangle = \langle [M], p_k(TM) \rangle$$
is a non-zero multiple of the signature of $M$ by Hirzebruch's signature theorem (as all other Pontrjagin classes must vanish on $M$), and $M$ has signature zero as it has no middle-dimensional homology. Thus we are done in this case too.

Finally, sometimes $\pi_n(BSO)=\mathbb{Z}/2$. In this case let us reinterpret the element $\tau'$: by the plus-construction discussion it follows that $M$ is stably parallelisable away from a small disc, and it is of course also stably parallelisable on this disc. The difference of these two parallelisations on the boundary of the disc gives a map $\tau'' : S^{n-1} \to SO$, and this corresponds to $\tau'$ under $\pi_n(BSO) \cong \pi_{n-1}(SO)$.

Consider the composition $J \circ \tau'' : S^{n-1} \to SO \to G$, where the second map is the $J$-homomorphism. Now $\pi_{n-1}(G) \cong \Omega_{n-1}^{fr}$ framed cobordism, and under this isomorphism $J \circ \tau''$ corresponds to $S^{n-1}$ with the framing which comes from changing the standard framing by the map $\tau''$. But by construction this framing on $S^{n-1}$ bounds, namely it bounds the framing we chose on $M$ minus a small disc: thus $J \circ \tau''=0 \in \pi_{n-1}(G)$. Now one invokes the theorem of Adams that the $J$-homomorphism is injective in these dimensions, so $\tau''$ and hence $\tau'$ and $\tau$ are nullhomotopic too.

integralhomology spheres have stably trivial tangent bundle, but this is not the case forrationalhomology spheres. For example, the Wu manifold $SU(3)/SO(3)$ is a closed, simply connected, five-dimensional manifold with integral homology groups $\mathbb{Z}, 0, \mathbb{Z}_2, 0, 0, \mathbb{Z}$ and is therefore a rational homology sphere, but it has non-trivial $w_2$ and $w_3$, so its tangent bundle is not stably trivial. $\endgroup$