Our thanksgiving stuffing (or dressing) is sweet and savory and with a tender bite. Based on a traditional family recipe that’s loaded with onions, raisins, and apples, it’s not too spicy and lets the flavours of all of the ingredients come through so that every mouthful is a bit different from the last. This is a great basic recipe, though, so indulge your inner foodie and make it your own with additional spices, dried fruit, nuts – you get the idea!If you already have a favorite non-GF stuffing recipe that you want to convert be prepared to add extra moisture to the mix.
Making a gluten free holiday dinner? You might also be interested in these holiday recipes:
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gluten free pumpkin tarts
Pumpkin pie and cheesecake are two of our favorite desserts, so we figured, why not combine them! This cheesecake makes a great Thanksgiving dessert – both traditional and a bit different. You can make it with a crumb crust (recipe included) or bake it crustless. Either way, the cheesecake is creamy and light with a hint of pumpkin and cinnamon.
Like coconut and caramel? You’ll love this gluten free square. The not-too-sweet base melts in your mouth like shortbread and is complimented by the gooey rich coconut-caramel topping. Delightful! And this square is not only gluten free – it uses coconut flour to enhance the basic flavour. Easy to make and even easier to eat 😉 this may become one of your go-to recipes for the holidays! (Scroll down for the recipe.)
Like this? You might also like these sweet recipes from gfandme.com!
butter tart slice