Glutino Thanksgiving Products Feature and Giveaway!!

What are two things you think of (next to turkey) that say Thanksgiving? Stuffing and Pie right? Well for those of us living gluten-free, regular stuffing and pie are not options. Well no need to worry, Glutino has got us covered! Just like with their cookies, crackers and bars they won’t be short of flavor or presentation either. We have come to trust the family of Glutino products and their new cornbread stuffing and pie crust are just two more reasons why.

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Glutino acquired Gluten Free Pantry brand a few years back. Their pie crust, which is now Glutino branded and owned, is my absolute FAVORITE pie crust mix. I can’t even begin to tell you how flaky, buttery and rich this crust is. It is one where you can use the leftovers cut off the pie to make cinnamon sugar bites like we used to as kids, that is how good it is! My mom and I have come up with recipes for most of our favorite foods but when we talked about a pie crust, we were both in agreement that this mix was so good that we really felt no reason to worry about creating a new recipe. My mom and I make 8-10 gluten-free pies every Thanksgiving and this is the only crust we use. From cream to fruit it makes the perfect base! My non gluten-free hubby says my banana cream pie using this crust is his favorite dessert. Since Marie Calendars Razzleberry Pie (NOT gluten-free) used to be his favorite, my awesome mom came up with this gluten-free version so we could all enjoy it. CHANDICE’S NOTE: Use all butter, no shortening when preparing your Glutino pie crust.

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Banana Cream Pie with Homemade Pudding (top left, delicious, gluten-free pecan pie pictured as well)

Razzleberry Pie

Glutino’s stuffing is a great tasting alternative to the gluten containing ones we can no longer eat. Slightly seasoned and with cubes not too big, it makes for a versatile option for many different dishes including the Thanksgiving Meatloaf recipe below that I created. I also enjoy using it to stuff poultry or squash, add it to a hash instead of using potatoes or make little stuffing pancakes out of it and top with cranberry sauce.

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Thanksgiving Meatloaf

1 lb. ground meat (I very much dislike ground turkey so I used beef but you can use whatever you prefer as I am sure turkey would give more Thanksgiving flavor)

1 egg

1 c. Glutino cornbread stuffing (dry or day old if you are using leftovers)

1 tsp Real Garlic Salt

1 tsp. Real Onion Salt

1 tsp. Sage

2 c. prepared mashed potatoes to your liking

Gravy
2 c. gluten free beef broth
1/4. c. cornstarch
1/2 tsp. Real Salt
1/2 tsp. Real Onion Salt
1/4 tsp. Real Garlic Salt
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1 tsp. chopped parsley

*Heat all but 1/2 cup of broth in a saucepan until boiling. Combine remaining 1/2 cup of broth and cornstarch together and slowly temper into hot broth. Season with salts, pepper and parsley. Enjoy hot.

*Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients but potatoes and press into a greased loaf pan making a well with a 1/2 inch layer of meat on the bottom and sides. Fill well with mashed potatoes and bake 45 min-1 hr. or until meat is cooked through. Top with beef gravy and enjoy!

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*I received these products for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way, nor was I required to write a positive review. These are my opinions and my opinions alone.

Comments

  1. apple pie!

  2. Joyce May says:

    Razzleberry!

  3. sweet potato pie

  4. shauna price says:

    pumpkin pie

  5. pumpkin pie and pecan pie!

  6. Pumpkin pie!

  7. pumpkin pie and French silk pie

  8. Pumpkin pie

  9. Does (Thanksgiving Leftover) Turkey pot pie count?!

  10. definitely pumpkin pie!

  11. I would love to make a chocolate pie, yum!

  12. Not a traditional holiday pie, but coconut cream is my absolute favorite pie!!!

  13. Apple pie!

  14. Theresa Brown says:

    Pumpkin pie and stuffing

  15. Pumpkin or apple!

  16. Pecan pie

  17. Pumpkin!

  18. pumpkin or chocolate chip or maybe pecan . . . can you tell I’m in the mood for pie? :)

  19. If I got the pie crust I would make either a pecan pie or dutch apple pie!

  20. Have a recipe for spicy pumpkin pie that doesn’t taste like those store bought gelatinous pumpkin pies….so I would make a pumpkin pie with Glutino’s Pie Crust Mix.

  21. Trina Carbajal says:

    Pumpkin pie with lots of whipped cream

  22. Sabrina Medina says:

    Apple pie

  23. love Glutino products!

  24. I would make Ollaliberry!

  25. pumpkin pie! and stuffing! Yum!

  26. I would make pot pie, pumpkin pie or cheesecake

  27. Would love to make a banana cream pie

  28. Pumpkin pie!

  29. Haupia pumpkin pie!

  30. Amanda Yoder says:

    I’m not super big on pie crust (but oh I love the stuffing!), but I would make your banana cream pie!

  31. I like pie but I really need a good crust for a quiche!

  32. My hubby loves pecan pie, and my boys love pumpkin. Lost for us since the GF diagnoses. Maybe now I can make one that the crust isn’t tire leather on. . .lol Also, try this for the stuffing–make muffin-sized serving portions. That way if you have a split house like mine, you will know immediately which version of stuffing is GF and which is the dangerous one for them.

  33. Celeste Johnson says:

    Coconut cream pie!

  34. Christine B says:

    Sweet potatoes and brown sugar!

  35. Pumpkin pie

  36. Definitely pumpkin

  37. Anne-Marie P says:

    I would make Pecan Pie or Banana Creme Pie.

  38. Rachel Lewter says:

    Pecan Pie

  39. Beth Copen says:

    I would love to make a pumpkin pecan pie. Delicious!

  40. Bryanna Marotta says:

    Chocolate PB Pie or Apple

  41. Pecan!

  42. I would make banana cream pie!

  43. Chocolate pumpkin pie!

  44. A cherry pie!

  45. Oh for me the Pumpkin Pie! Oh my favorite!

  46. found the cornbread stuffing in my stores the other day, really hoping they come out with another stuffing that is not cornbread. Still can’t wait to try it.

  47. We have an apple tree and love making them all winter long.

  48. Pumpkin pie!

  49. I can’t wait to try the stuffing! I hope I can find it around here I miss cornbread stuffing SO much!!

  50. Pecan Pie is the best!

  51. I want to try the pie crust mix

  52. Apple!

  53. pecan pie

  54. I always love making pumpkin pie from scratch!

  55. Dyanne Spease says:

    Sweet potato pie.

  56. What about… A cherry pie with white and dark chocolate drizzle and an orange slice on top ;)

  57. Chocolate Pecan Pie :) yum!

  58. Peppermint Yogurt Covered Pretzels, I haven’t been able to have those in forever.

  59. I love this blog and gluten free products.

  60. WHOOPS. forgot to say, i would make a pumpkin pie.

  61. Noémie Bussières says:

    I’ve never seen pie crust like this before at my supermarket! I definitively need to get some to make raspberry pie! YUMMMM!

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