Are you guys wearing socks…? Cuz I’m about to knock them off with the most insanely delicious stuffing you have ever stuffed your face with! I’m not kidding. This stuffing is so good it literally brings a tear to my eye. The best part…? It’s totally G-Free and Paleo friendly too :)
Growing up I was always the queen of stuffing ( well, maybe self proclaimed queen )… nonetheless, I was queen. Stuffing has always been my jam. It’s the part of the holiday menu I have always been in charge of, and obvi my favorite part of the meal. Finding out I was allergic to gluten kind of threw a monkey wrench into the whole queen of stuffing thing. I experimented with G-Free stuffing recipes for years to no avail. It just never came out right… thus, I was dethroned… until now!!!
This year I came up with the most incredible gluten free stuffing. It’s super simple to make and I swear your Turkey Day guests will be begging you for the recipe. I tried it out last weekend, as I’m a firm believer in experimenting with new recipes prior to the day of an event. This can save you from major stress, and major disasters… totes worth it. Anyhooooo, it was love at first bite, and my family could not believe how light, fluffy, and delicious it was. Forget about letting your nasty, gluten free bread dry out over night, etc. etc. We’re making this from scratch.
Tip: If you live in the real world and don’t have hours to spend chopping away in the kitch, or don’t want to ruin your holiday makeup crying over Mr. Onion you can pick up an organic, already chopped mixture of onion, celery, sage, and parsley in the produce section of Whole Foods. What a life saver!
– Sauté ghee, onion, celery, parsley, and sage over medium heat for about 5 minutes.
– Add your sprig of chopped rosemary and pecans to your pan for the last 2 minutes.
– In a seperate bow, combine your dry ingredients – almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, salt, and nutmeg.
– Now stir in your wet ingredients: eggs and chicken broth.
– Once your mixture is done sauteing, add it to your wet and dry ingredients and combine well.
– You will be left with a crumbly dough… leave it this way if you like your stuffing nice and fluffy. If you prefer a more dense stuffing, feel free to pack it more tightly.
Pour your stuffing mixture into a Pyrex, Le Creuset, or some type of oven safe dish and bake at 350 for 35 – 40 minutes.
Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy and let me know how your guests
liked loved it!
Thxgiving’s only one day away and I can’t wait to reclaim my throne!