I love Turkey Stuffing or dressing whatever you want to call it. I guess it depends on where you’re putting it right? In a pan or in that huge turkey you bought, this recipe will be delicious no matter where you put it!
Be sure to check out my perfect turkey recipe too! I make the best turkey, it is juicy and not dry. Flavorful and not tasteless! Check out Last Minute Thanksgiving Dinner, for everything you need to make a host a successful dinner party this holiday!
So to make this gluten free make sure the products you buy to make the recipe are gluten free!
Ideas For Giving Thanks
- Say Thanks – Go around the table, and have each person say why they are thankful.
- Thankful memory game – Go around the table and have each person name something they are thankful for. In addition each person must repeat the thanks of all the people who went before them.
- Say thanks during grace – If your family prays, add a special little Thanks for the large meal, and time with family, and of course all the blessings, grace, and mercy that all of you have received that year.
- Draw or color what you’re thankful for. This is especially fun with kids!
- Make more fun Thanksgiving crafts.
- Create and Thanksgiving mural – Hang brown craft paper on the wall. The kids will love being able to “write on the walls”. Ask them to draw something they are thankful for.
- Thankful memories – Pull out some photo albums, and talk about the good times.
- Decorate for Thanksgiving all together as a family!
- Read a Thanksgiving Story – Below I’ve linked to a Thanksgiving book, Cranberry Thanksgiving.
Gluten-Free Turkey Stuffing
- cornbread, prepared (Here is a gluten free great recipe to use by Plant to Eat)
- 2 tbsp butter
- 1/2 cup celery, chopped roughly
- 1 medium yellow onion, chopped roughly
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 2 cups chicken broth
- 2 Tbsp dried sage
- Prepare the cornbread first.
- Let the cornbread sit and cool and while and then crumble it up with your hands.
- Over Medium heat, saute the celery and onion in the butter until they are softened.
- Combine (all of the ingredients together) the celery, onion, eggs, cornbread crumbles, salt and pepper, chicken stock and sage in a bowl and mix together.
- Place your mixture into a casserole dish, and then put the dish into the oven.
- Bake at 350° F, for about 30 minutes.
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Nutrition InformationYield 10 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 44Total Fat 3gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 44mgSodium 224mgCarbohydrates 2gFiber 0gSugar 1gProtein 2g
For the most accurate nutritional information, you should calculate the nutritional value of each ingredient yourself. These calculations are provided by a third party and are not expected to be exact. You are solely responsible for ensuring the nutritional information you use is accurate.
I’ve made this many times. Some of my family members are not great friends with gluten. So I had to come up with dishes that would please everyone.
I was actually surprised how delicious this recipe really was. I didn’t miss the breadcrumbs at all. Cornbread lends it’s wonderful flavors to this stuffing. It’s more flavorful than plain breadcrumbs.
It all goes really well with a Thanksgiving turkey!
More Thanksgiving Recipes
Check out more of my Thanksgiving recipes, I basically have everything you’ll need to pull off an amazing Thanksgiving dinner!
- Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe
- Holiday Ham
- Double Stuffed Cornish Hens
- Peanut Turkey Satay (leftover turkey recipe)
- Deviled Eggs Recipe
- Green Bean Casserole
- French Fried Onions
- Baked Macaroni and Cheese
- Gluten-Free Turkey Stuffing
- Sausage Stuffing Recipe
- Potato Au Gratin
- Potato Salad
- Mulled Wine
- Christmas Crack (Chocolate Toffee Dessert)
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