Thanksgiving Recipe: Fruited Whole Grain Skillet Stuffing

For those of you who are gluten-free, your store-bought options are limited if you want stuffing that is free from Xanthan gum (I bring this up from time to time. Xanthan gum is in almost all gluten-free baked items. It’s the by-product of bacteria feeding on sugar that can have a laxative effect among other unwanted side-effects. No thanks!)

For those of you who love your gluten, you may love my recipe as much as Wayne does. It’s made from whole grain oat and corn flour with added fruits, then baked in an iron skillet. With the recent turkey salmonella scare it’s a good idea to not stuff your turkey and make a safe and delicious stuffing that’s just as good. Here is my favorite and original recipe.

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