You were asked to bring stuffing for the Holiday get together, easy! But then the messages start rolling in, Aunt Sherri cannot have any gluten, Grandpa has to watch his sugars, and Jessica is back on her on-again / off-again vegetarian diet.
Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered! This low carb Thanksgiving stuffing recipe is just what you asked for!
To make this low carb Thanksgiving stuffing recipe you will need the following:
There are a lot of options when it comes to making stuffing! Here are some of our favorite add-ins.
Dice onions and celery.
Sauté onions and celery in a large frying pan, or wok, with 3 tbsp of the fat of choice and a few good pinches of sea salt for 5-8 minutes, or until softened.
Add the rest of the butter/fat and let melt.
Add the sauteed vegetable mixture, herbs/seasonings, bread cubes, 3/4 cup of the broth, and any additional ingredients including nuts, dried fruits, etc. to a large bowl. Salt and pepper to taste and mix together.
Beat egg and 1/4 cup broth together in a small bowl.
Pour egg mixture and the rest of the broth over stuffing mixture in the large bowl. Mix/fold together until everything looks evenly wet.
Let sit for 10 minutes, folding ingredients gently every few minutes.
Pour into a lightly greased baking dish or casserole, (approx. 7 cups or 11-inch round dish).
Cover with foil or lid.
Place in a preheated 350℉ oven for 25 minutes.
Check around 15 minutes and remove the foil to brown and crisp the top. Remove when it looks fully set through the middle.
If you are using a convection oven you may want to cook it at 325℉ or leave it covered for longer.
This stuffing is an incredible side dish that most people with dietary restrictions usually have to skip out on. Your whole family will thank you for taking the extra time it took to make it special for everyone to enjoy!
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Friendly tip: if our Funny Bunz are in stock, they are a great option for making this stuffing recipe! Check the bargain basement for the Large Funny Bunz or the Small Funny Bunz as they are often in stock at a great price!
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