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Apple and Bacon Stuffing Muffins
Savory herbs and sautéed aromatics keep this stuffing traditional, while roasted chestnuts give it a sweet earthiness.
Cornbread Stuffing with Chorizo
Combining the sweetness of cornbread with the salty goodness of Spanish-style sausage gives this stuffing a deliciously unique twist.
Multigrain Vegetable and Sausage Stuffing
This hearty turkey sausages stuffing gets its earthy flavors from shiitake mushrooms, parsnips, kale and leeks, along with fresh sage and thyme. Serve it as part of a holiday spread—or as a meal in itself any time you are craving a taste of the holidays.
Pepperidge Farm Cranberry Nut Stuffing
Slow Cooker Stuffing
Stuffing in a slow cooker! Who knew? This rendition, which features all the flavors of classic stuffing, cooks unattended, leaving you more time to enjoy turkey day.
Apple-Sausage Cornbread Stuffing
The sweetness of the apples and cornbread are balanced by the meaty flavor of the sausage for a delicious variation on a classic.
Everything Stovetop Stuffing
This super-easy dressing is a mash-up of favorite Thanksgiving ingredients. And because it’s made on the stovetop, it frees up valuable oven space.
Butternut Squash Stuffing
This stuffing makes a fabulous complement to Thanksgiving turkey—or any other time you crave a hearty, nutty side dish for your fall table. Pine nuts add crunch to this rustic butternut side dish that takes minutes to prepare and an easy 35 minutes to bake to perfection.
Cornbread Oyster Dressing
Classic Herb Stuffing
This will become your go-to recipe for stuffing during the holidays. You can also serve with your favorite turkey or chicken dish anytime you want a hearty and satisfying side dish that won't overpower your guests with a meaty taste. Thyme, celery and onion are the traditional flavors your taste buds will pick up.
Cranberry Apple Stuffing
With its sweet and tart flavors, this is a stuffing that tastes like fall. Tart red apples combine with dried cranberries and thyme to give your holiday main dish that sweet-savory combo everyone loves. Pair with other cuts all year round when you are craving holiday flavors.
Stuffing serves as a versatile side dish with this easy recipe. Adapt it to match your entrée: chicken sausage for a chicken entrée, pork sausage for chops—the variations go on and on.
Individual Squash Stuffing Cups
A wonderful dish to serve at Thanksgiving, this butternut squash bread stuffing cooks in individual ramekins for an elegant presentation. Celery, fresh rosemary and pine nuts add tradition and crunch. Follow the vegetable broth option for a vegetarian dish.
Herbed Bread Stuffing with Cranberries
Watching grandma make holiday stuffing may have looked mysterious, but in truth there's no magic to a great stuffing. Here we add cranberries straight in for extra tang and color. Whole-wheat bread adds texture and nutty flavors. Pass the gravy.
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