One of the most challenges dishes at Thanksgiving can be stuffing. Some like it with fruit like apples, raisins or cranberries, others prefer it with sausage. Some like cornbread, others don't. Add in a gluten-free diner and now you've got trouble. I found some fantastic gluten-free stuffing recipes that look like great additions to our Thanksgiving feast this year. I can't decide what to try!
This gluten-free bread stuffing recipe from Whole Foods Market can be made from a loaf of gluten-free bread or store-bought GF bread cubes. It's a simple, herb-infused stuffing with shallots for a special touch.
Instead of trying to replicate traditional stuffing, you might go with a rice-based side dish like this delicious Cranberry Rice Salad from Miz Helen's Country Cottage. With mushrooms, green onions, celery, almonds and cranberries, it's both savory and sweet–a perfect complement to turkey.
This Wild Rice Stuffing with Wild Mushrooms from Epicurious sounds exotic and elegant. It also uses sage and dried pears. If I made this, I doubt the kids would eat it, but I think the adults would love it!