Just so you know, we may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post. We have a full affiliate disclosure that you can find under here. I am not a doctor, lawyer, psychiatrist, therapist, or your mother, and I don’t play one on the internet. NO information on this site should be used to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition.
To stuff or not to stuff, that is the question! What to do when you need Gluten Free stuffing? Make your own? Buy a GF Stuffing mix? Well, I am team stuff and team mix (sorry, I’m lazy). I was able to find several options for you so you can have A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Stuffing Edition.
A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Gluten Free Stuffing Edition
I have done both, but I do prefer a stuffed turkey! There is nothing quite like the crunchy bits of stuffing that are perfectly cooked, plus it also helps keep the bird from drying out. I’m not going to lie, I used to just use Stouffers until my sister scolded me (she’s a bit of a foodie) and taught me how to make sausage stuffing. I was skeptical, but it was amazing!
I will say, even though I now make my own sausage stuffing, I still use a seasoned mix as my base and then tweak it to my liking. Kind of a semi-homemade deliciousness. I am way to lazy to make my own seasoned bread cubes, not gonna lie. I hate doing stuff like that, lol. But I will baste a turkey every 30 minutes, weird, I know. Alas, I digress, let’s find out about some Gluten Free Stuffing mix options.
Gluten Free Stuffing Mixes
I went to Sprouts and they had two options available. I know several (if not all) can be purchased online; however, I wanted to give you options depending on where you live and what’s available to you. I have not tried any of these as it is our first year cooking a GF Thanksgiving, but I know my cooking skills and can tweak the mix if it needs it. I will post my honest review and pictures here.
Williams Simona: I have tried many of their Gluten Free products and although my family loves them, they are super pricey so be forwarned. A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Stuffing Edition
Aleias: I am interested in this brand, but could only find places to order that required a bulk order which I wasn’t willing to do without trying. Plus we only eat stuffing once, maybe twice a year so it didn’t seem worth it. They are Certified GF which I know is necessary for some Celiacs.A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Stuffing Edition
Sprouts: This is the option I went with this year. I was going to get another brand while at Sprouts but the Sprouts brand was $3 cheaper so it was kind of a no-brainer. Sprouts had a Cornbread Stuffing Mix and a Rosemary Sage Stuffing Mix (this is the one I will be trying). It was still a bit pricey at $5.99, but what’s a girl gonna due.
Glutino: Our grocery store carries a lot of Glutino products (which we love) but I have yet to see their stuffing. Also, from what I have been able to find, they only offer a Cornbread Stuffing Mix which I’m sure is awesome, but not my preference.
Three Bakers: Sprouts carries this brand as well; however it was rather pricey at $8.99 for an herbed stuffing mix.
Hopefully, you were able to find an option that suited your needs and your budget. If you find another option, I would love to hear about it.A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Stuffing Edition
Are you making your stuffing from scratch or are you making a semi-homemade version? If you want to read my latest posts about Gluten Free living and Mindset, you can follow me here. If you are more of a “do it yourself” cook, I have pinned some recipes for your convenience!
A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: Stuffing Edition