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11-16-2011, 01:45 PM
Any good stuffing and dessert ideas for us gluten-free and dairy-free folks? My first Thanksgiving with IC. Help! Everything on the internet has soy and other forbidden ingredients! :dizzy:
11-16-2011, 01:55 PM
I'm making roasted vegetable stock this weekend. It is good to use for the liquid in stuffing and also makes an awesome gravy. Because most gluten free bread more closely resembles a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser than something edible, I'm making my own to cube up for stuffing. The Gluten Free Goddess blog has lots of bread recipes that you might find helpful.
11-16-2011, 02:17 PM
Magic Eraser....ha! I was thinking of buying Bob's Red Mill gluten free flour and trying to make a bread with that. Or maybe I'll just go with a wild rice pilaf. Thanks for the tips!!
11-16-2011, 02:18 PM
Here's an easy gluten and dairy free cornbread recipe that you could use as a base for a cornbread stuffing
It's not a recipe I would use for cornbread to eat out of the pan, but probably it would do for stuffing/dressing?? I'm new to this, too, so this will be my first Thanksgiving messing with our family recipe cornbread stuffing, by making it vegan and gluten/dairy free!?!?! I hope I live to tell the story!
11-16-2011, 02:23 PM
Do you use the apple cider vinegar and soy milk in the recipe? Sounds scary. You know, before IC I used to swallow 1 tbs of apple cider vinegar a few times a week to try to lose weight. Maybe that's what did me in! Since I've had IC I have lost all my extra weight...be careful what you wish for.
But, I digress...
11-16-2011, 02:30 PM
I've never made this recipe, sorry, I just pulled it up as an example of gluten and dairy free ;)
I imagine the vinegar can be left out, as it is being used as an additive to the milk/soy milk to make it taste more like buttermilk. So I don't thnk it's integral to the recipe...just a flavor thing. Personally I would use almond or flax milk, since I am following a vegan diet and trying to avoid soy where I can. If you're not avoiding dairy then just regular milk of course would be fine.
11-16-2011, 02:36 PM
Here are some more bread recipes:
And Bob's makes a cornbread mix. I've made it before, it's not too bad. High praise indeed. lol
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