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  • Writer's pictureStacey @RealWorldAIP

AIP Butternut Baked Stuffing

This delicious baked stuffing was originally intended to be a "Savory Squash Casserole" but I took one bite and realized I had made STUFFING!!! 🤩

Last year's stuffing was pretty freakin' good too! I think I'm on a stuffing roll!

RECIPE TUTORIAL: (Or scroll down for the print recipe!)

This recipe uses TIGER NUTS, my favorite AIP compliant baking ingredient!

I hunted down the best price per pound for tiger nuts on the web and this is the brand I use.

(If you buy enough to get free shipping you pay $10.90 per lb for the kilo boxes of whole, peeled and tiger nut flour! of the time of this video)

Because you have to spend a certain amount to qualify for free shipping I usually pick up a box or two of flour (SO versatile!!),

Plus some whole tiger nuts for making this stuffing as well as this cobbler (They are a GREAT source of fiber that don't upset my sensitive stomach!),

And some sliced tiger nuts because they are so good tossed over a salad or in a trail mix (or straight out of the bag)...

By the way, peeled tiger nuts make a great snack for traveling, they are soft enough to eat like peanuts! Can you tell I like tiger nuts?

(LOL, No, this is NOT a sponsored post! I am writing this of my own free will because...Tiger Nuts🤩😍)

If you still aren't sure whether or not to pick up some tiger nuts, here are some other fun ways to use them!:

Make your own Tiger Nut Butter!

Make Tiger Nut Milk and Flour!

Or try to make cheese and end up with BREAD, lol

Tiger nut flour also makes THE most AMAZING meatloaf binder!!! I WILL have more tiger nut recipes coming in future, including how to make a pimped out burger bake and breakfast porridge with it!!

You can use ANY brand of whole, unpeeled tiger nuts for this recipe though, so no worries if you have another brand in your pantry, they will work fine in this cobbler.

Let's get to the recipe!!!



  • 2 1/2 lbs peeled and seeded butternut squash, chopped into 1/2" chunks

  • 1 tsp salt

  • 1 T dry sage or 2T fresh minced sage

  • 1 tsp dry marjoram or 1 T fresh minced

  • 1/2 tsp dry rosemary or 1 tsp fresh minced Opt: 1 c minced celery Opt: 1 c minced onion Opt: 2T Olive oil


  • 6 oz whole, unpeeled tiger nuts (or Tiger Nut Flour) + 12 oz water, coconut milk OR chicken stock, SOAKED 8-12 hours. (Do not drain liquid!)

  • 1 tsp salt

  • 1 T dry sage or 2T fresh minced sage

  • 1 tsp dry marjoram or 1 T fresh minced

  • 1/2 tsp dry rosemary or 1 tsp fresh minced


  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit

  2. Grease a rectangular glass baking dish with coconut or avocado oil

  3. Toss all of the Squash Mix ingredients together.

  4. Add all of the Batter ingredients to a high speed blender and process on high speed until fully blended into a thick, pourable batter.

  5. Place the Squash Mix in the dish.

  6. Pour the batter over the squash. Use a spatula to spread the batter over the squash and press it into all the cracks.

  7. Bake uncovered at 425 for 40 minutes.

  8. Let cool slightly before digging in or it will fall apart a bit.

  9. Enjoy!!!💕💕

(YES, you can freeze this! Feel free to make a giant batch!😊)

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