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Paleo Turkey Stuffing Recipes Grain, Wheat and Dairy Free

Paleo grain free turkey stuffing recipes. Mother Nature turkey stuffing recipes that are wheat, grain, rice, corn and dairy free. Delicious recipes made with Paleo breads, fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts.  FREE: Paleo   Chestnut Stuffing Recipes,  Paleo Orange Apple Stuffing Recipe and Paleo Flax Seed Bread Recipe.

Stuffing and dressing the two terms are interchangeable. Stuffing can be a mixture of seasoning, vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, nuts and herbs.  In the 16th Century the English term for turkey forcemeat is stuffing. In the Victorian era stuffing was referred to as dressing. A turkey is not complete without a delicious dressing. Turkey stuffing is traditional at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Many dressing recipes are made with wheat, corn bread or rice. The Paleo diet does not allow wheat, grain, rice or corn. Paleo recipes are free of these ingredients. Paleo bread common wheat and corn substitutes are almond flour/meal, coconut flour/meal or flax seed meal.  Paleo cooks can still enjoy healthy Paleo turkey stuffing.  Paleo Turkey Stuffing Recipes: Paleo bread, fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts. FREE Recipes: Paleo Flax Seed Bread Recipe, Paleo Chestnut Dressing Recipe and Paleo Orange Apple Stuffing Recipe.

Paleo Chestnut Stuffing Recipes

Paleo nut  and vegetable stuffing. Paleo chestnut dressing made with chestnuts, red onions and celery. Wheat substituted with Paleo flax seed bread and oils almond butter.


-          1 cup shelled and chopped chestnuts (purchase shelled )

-          10 slices flax seed bread ( cut or tear bread into 1 ½  size pieces)

-          3 tablespoons almond butter

-          ½ cup chopped red onions

-          1 cup chopped celery

-          1 tspn sea salt (to taste)

-          ½ tspn poultry seasoning (additive free)

-          ¼ teaspoon black pepper  (to taste)

-          1 cup chicken broth


-          Sauté red onions and celery in almond butter.

-          Add salt, pepper, poultry seasoning and chicken broth.

-          Add bread chunks and chestnuts.

-          Mix all ingredients well.

-          Stuff dress in turkey.

Dressing for 12 pound turkey

Paleo Orange Apple Stuffing Recipe

Paleo fruit and nut stuffing. Ingredients golden apples, walnuts, raisins, oranges. Oils used is almond butter.


-          2 cups peeled and chopped Golden Apples

-          ½  cup chopped walnuts

-          ½  golden raisins

-          8 ozs peeled and chopped oranges

-          6 cups Paleo flax seed bread (sliced bits sizes)

-          1 teaspoon sea salt (to taste)

-          ½ teaspoon poultry seasoning (to taste)

-          1 teaspoon black pepper (to taste)

-          ½ cup fresh orange juice

-          4 tablespoons almond butter (melted)


-          Combine sea salt, poultry seasoning and black pepper (set aside).

-          Combine golden apples, walnuts, raisins and oranges.

-          Saute Paleo bread chunks in almond butter until soft and remove from heat.

-          Combine all ingredients and mix well.

Add stuffing just before baking turkey.

Flax Seed Bread Recipe

Paleo Bread recipes are gluten, dairy and soy free. This delicious recipe baked with flax seed and almond meal. NO wheat flour  and no dairy.


- 2/3 cup flax meal

- 1/3 cup almond meal

- 1 1/2 tsp baking powder

- Pepper to taste

- Sea Salt to taste

- 3 tsp olive oil, coconut oil or almond oil

- 2 medium eggs

- ¼ cup water


1. In mixing bowl, combine dry ingredients. In another bowl, beat eggs together. Batter should be smooth.

2.  Mix all ingredients and pour batter into regular loaf pan. Oil  pan with oliveComputer Technology Articles, coconut or almond oil.

3.  350 degrees for approximately 40-45 minutes until baked thru-out.

Enjoy Paleo Mother Nature Recipes for the Holidays and All Year Around. Eat the way nature intended humans to eat.

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