Recipe: Gluten Free Stuffing

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gluten-free stuffing recipe

Contest details are the bottom of the page!!

Recently I was sent a huge box of gluten free goodies from Udi’s.

Not only did it include tons of gluten free baked goods it also included a warm blanket, cutting board and Udi’s lunch box.

udi's gluten free

udi's gluten free

I am sure most of you have seen various Udi’s gluten free baked goods in the freezer section of your grocery stores.

They offer a wide variety of baked goods including breads, buns, bagels and muffins.

In fact, Udi’s mission is to provide the best gluten-free food on the planet.

I have enjoyed their breads, bagels and muffins.

Udi’s is offering a contest to my wheat free mom readers.

Enter the contest on the bottom of the page to win a huge box of Udi’s goodies. Your box will also include tons of gluten free baked goods, as well as the blanket, cutting board and lunch box. Prize package valued at $150 CDN.

Wouldn’t you love this prize?

Udi’s is raising awareness of the amazing range of Udi’s gluten free products available to Canadians.

A recent study actually estimated that approximately 4.3 million Canadians have gone gluten free or have reduced gluten in their diets.

That’s a pretty staggering number!

With so many consumers adopting the gluten free lifestyle, Udi’s is hosting a “Fall Comfort” food challenge to gluten free bloggers like me and my readers.

I’m hoping my recipe for gluten free stuffing gets posted on Udi’s facebook page.

Udi’s encouraged me to make a gluten free recipe with anyone of the baked goods they had sent to me.

With Thanksgiving in Canada here I decided to make gluten free stuffing.

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I am excited to play with the other Udi’s gluten free goodies and share more recipes with you in the next couple of weeks.

Recipe: Gluten Free Stuffing
Ingredients:

6 slices bacon, finely chopped
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 large leek, finely chopped
4 stocks celery, chopped
3 fresh sage leaves
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 L Kitchen Basics gluten free chicken broth
1/2 tsp dried sage
2 large eggs
1 pkg Udi’s gluten free hot dog buns

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Cube, approximately 1 inch in size the entire package of Udi’s gluten free hot dog buns.

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Divide cubes between 2 cookie sheets.

Toast in oven until slightly brown. About 7-10 minutes.

Remove from oven and let cool.

This step can be done 1-2 days ahead.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Sauté in large frying pan the chopped bacon and onions until slightly crispy.

Add the chopped leeks, celery and fresh sage leaves and continue sautéing until all veggies are soft.

In a large bowl add the cooled toasted bread cubes with the sautéed bacon mixture.

Stir.

Add the dried sage and brown sugar and stir again.

In a small bowl, whisk the 2 eggs until frothy.

Add the whisked eggs to the bowl and stir well.

Slowly add 2 cups of chicken broth to the stuffing mixture. Allow the bread to sit for 5 minutes to absorb the broth.

Add enough broth now to moisten the stuffing but not to make it soggy.

Transfer the gluten free stuffing to a baking dish.

Cover dish with foil and bake for 30 minutes.

Remove foil and check stuffing to see if you need to add any more broth. You can add another 1/2 cup broth if needed.

Place baking dish back into the oven and bake for another 30 minutes.

Remove from oven and enjoy!!!

gluten-free stuffing recipe

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15 comments add yours

  1. Thank you…thank you…thank you! Stuffing is one of my favorite things! Now, someone just has to come up with a gluten free blooming onion! Went wheat free 6/3/12 and I won’t go back. 17 years of chronic back pain a good 95% gone…labs all went back to normal. I feel 15 years younger! So, what you are doing is awesome!

  2. Hi
    I am not on face book but want to enter contest.
    I love udi’s how do I enter

  3. Like Sheryl, I too am not on Facebook, by choice…same with Twitter etc. I’d still like to think that by posting a comment here I might be entered to win that wonderful Udi promotional gift package. I have tried Udi’s hot dog buns and was very impressed. Nice to see the whole range of other products that they offer. I went GF July 22, 2012 and have said goodbye to 50+ lbs. and most of my prescription meds for high blood pressure, cholesterol, thyroid and acid reflux. Won’t EVER go back to wheat!

  4. I have been gluten free for a couple of years and now I am finding a lot of my friends are trying gluten free. I feel much better than I did while on gluten. No more bloating and my fibromyalgia is not as bad. Now if I could just eliminate sugar as easily. I have been using recipes from wheatfree mom and I am happy to see them arrive.

  5. I am new to the whole gluten free lifestyle. This recipe will be perfect for the holiday dinners being gluten free.

  6. I love your blog and am following you everywhere )))

    What a great recipe! Thanks a lot! I love UDI’s products. Thanks for a chance.

  7. Thank you so much for this stuffing recipe! I’ve missed this dish something terrible! Can’t wait to make it…actually, can’t wait to eat it!

  8. We also make our gluten free stuffing with Udi’s hot dog buns–so yummy. Your recipe looks good, so may just have to try this Christmas. Thanks for all of your great posts and ideas.

  9. It’s my first thanksgiving making gluten free stuffing. Usually I make 2 turkey’s. One stuffed with regular stuffing for the non gluten free eaters, and one unstuffed for me.

  10. I am so glad I found your blog!! New to the wheat free gluten free life. Your blog is going to help!!

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