Crockpot Holiday Stuffing – Gluten Free – Dairy Free

This recipe has probably been my most popular holiday recipe to date. Not because of anything I’ve done, but my sister Jen posted it on Pinterest as “My Sisters Stuffing Recipe” and it got shared and reposted a bunch. I’ve also received feedback from people that it’s been a holiday favorite since I created it. That might be the best thing a recipe developer can hear.

I created this recipe for my Mom, my nephew and my niece who all have a dairy intolerance. The gluten free part just kind of happened because I wanted to use quinoa in a recipe, and I happened to have some wild rice that I received from someone as gift.

I feel like anything you can you can put in a crockpot is great for sharing at a potluck. This recipe is perfect if you’re enjoying a potluck holiday dinner because you can make it and transport it in the same container. When you get to your potluck, plug it back in and put it on the warm setting to keep it warm.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do!!!

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Clean Crockpot Stuffing - Gluten Free & Dairy Free
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This is a gluten free, dairy free alternative to the typical Thanksgiving/Christmas stuffing. It literally has all of the flavor that you'd want in this dish. I think you're going to love it!
Servings Prep Time
12 15 min
Cook Time
4 hours
Servings Prep Time
12 15 min
Cook Time
4 hours
Clean Crockpot Stuffing - Gluten Free & Dairy Free
Print Recipe
This is a gluten free, dairy free alternative to the typical Thanksgiving/Christmas stuffing. It literally has all of the flavor that you'd want in this dish. I think you're going to love it!
Servings Prep Time
12 15 min
Cook Time
4 hours
Servings Prep Time
12 15 min
Cook Time
4 hours
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Throw all of this in a crock pot and mix the ingredients together. Either cook it on high for a three hours, or on low for four or more. I let mine cook on low overnight for eight hours and it was perfect for me, but I like my stuffing moist. This is a stuffing that you can cook ahead of time because it reheats well. Cooking note: This is a very moist stuffing, it’s not dry at all. If you prefer a more dry stuffing start by leaving out a half cup of chicken broth and a TBS of the oil. Cooking note: I love the flavor of this stuffing, it’s my absolute favorite, but my husband prefers it with more salt. You may need to add salt depending on your personal preference. ©
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