This Cranberry Apple Stuffing is a family favorite. We love making it at Thanksgiving, but it’s so good we make it all year round. Although gluten-free stuffing may not seem like a big deal, it is to us. Since my older son and I both have celiac disease stuffing is not something we take for granted.
We also cherish gluten-free bread recipes. Mine are all grain-free and paleo as well. I gave up gluten in 1998, and in 2001 I gave up all grains as well as corn, rice, and potatoes. If you’re in the same boat you’ll want to take a look at all of the amazingly easy and tasty creations on my Paleo Bread Recipes page!
While stuffing is often a time consuming and complex dish to make, this recipe is a bit easier. It’s a traditional bread stuffing spiked with cranberries and green apples. I don’t bake my stuffing inside a turkey because it doesn’t bake evenly when prepared this way. I also like to brown this paleo stuffing in the oven so baking it separately is key.
This gluten-free Cranberry Apple Stuffing recipe is based on one I found in Bon Appétit. It has all the components of a good stuffing recipe! For me this includes bread (gluten-free of course), onions, celery, chicken broth, and eggs. These ingredients are the key to a good stuffing recipe!
Here are some of my other healthy gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes for you!