This summer, we’ve been sharing a lot of easy and quick-to-make meals, sides, and appetizers to enjoy. This week, we’re spending a little bit more time in the Today’s Family Kitchen and showing you a recipe that is a little more ambitious. Yes, it is still summer and not quite stuffing season, but our apple quinoa stuffing is a delicious complement to your meal any time of the year.
The base of this stuffing is the same as your classic turkey stuffings: torn-up bread. That being said, our recipe also uses quinoa to fill out the stuffing and create an interesting texture that children love. We also chop up granny smith and red delicious apples which, after baking, become soft and sweet.
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Don’t get daunted at all of the different ingredients: apple quinoa stuffing takes time, but it is well worth it in the end. This stuffing is a great way to get your children to eat their vegetables: with carrots and celery in the mix, it’s a good source of important vitamins and minerals. The apples don’t hurt either, and help supply an important source of vitamin c.
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