How Do You Make Stuffing without Bread? | Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly


Stuffing recipes typically use cubes of bread. If you do not have a safe bread to use, the solutions below will help you Serve Allergy Friendly Eats. Be sure to follow our blog so you can receive all of the #SAFEHacks!

Problem: You don't have a safe allergy-friendly or gluten-free bread to make stuffing.

Solution: You can substitute bread cubes with any of the following to make stuffing:

  • Wild rice pilaf
  • Brown rice with mushrooms
  • Cornbread
  • Cooked whole grains (buckwheat, millet or quinoa)
  • Roasted, puffed cereal (such as amaranth)

If you have a safe bread, you can make your own stuffing mix. Try one of these delicious recipes:

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Updated November 2018


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bits of squash are the basis for our stuffing.  better if you can roast the  pieces of squash first.  be sure to use lots of marjoram or poultry seasoning for that familiar stuffing taste

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