Thanksgiving or Christmas Paleo Stuffing (Part II)

11 Nov

Remember last year when I assembled some yummy Thanksgiving stuffing recipes?  Well, it’s about that time again to start planning!  Paleo stuffing might sound difficult to make because of all that gluten-filled bread stuffing, but there are plenty of recipes to choose from!   Here are some stuffing recipes to check out:

   Things My Belly Like’s Chestnut & Rosemary Stuffing

How creative! Chestnuts is the main ingredient of this paleo stuffing recipe.  This reminds me to try to use chestnuts more…

The Lilac City Momma’s Delicious Paleo Stuffing

This Delicious Paleo Stuffing recipe is made of ground pork, celery, onion, red pepper, mushrooms, apples, and more!  I really like the colors on this one.

I Breathe I’m Hungry’s Low Carb Gluten Free Turkey Stuffing

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Here’s a good sausage stuffing recipe.  This recipe calls for sausage, celery, cauliflower, walnuts, and more!  I never thought about adding cauliflowers to my stuffing, so this would be interesting to try!

 Against All Grain’s Grain Free Thanksgiving Stuffing

Picture Copyrighted by Danielle Walker at Against All Grain

Technically, this one isn’t 100% paleo because it does contain cheese, but if you’re not dairy free, no worries!  This stuffing recipe calls for paleo/gluten free bread, and also includes the recipe on how to make it.

Robb Wolf’s Savory Sweet Potato Stuffing

Last but not least, Robb Wolf’s thanksgiving stuffing recipe looks awesome!   It calls for sweet potatoes, onions, white wine, eggs, raisins, pecans and more!

 

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