Countdown to Thanksgiving: Stuffing Recipes
Thanksgiving Day Sausage Stuffing - The Thanksgiving day feast is not complete without the perfect stuffing. This one is easily adaptable to your taste.
Old-Fashioned Stuffing - White bread, turkey giblets, oysters and mushrooms make this a truly classic recipe.
Five Ingredient Stuffing - This simple stuffing will become a family tradition in no time! Flavorful and full of fruit, everyone will love this dish.
Crockpot Stuffing - A classic stuffing recipe that's full of flavor and herbs. A great option for Thanksgiving because you can throw it in the crockpot and tend to your turkey!
Giblet and Sage Stuffing - This is a hearty classic stuffing that isn't very hard to put together. It takes about 2 hours to do the prep work because the giblets are slowly simmered until they are tender.
Cornbread Stuffing - You'll love this tasty stuffing with garlic and sage all on its own.
Hala-kahiki (Pineapple) Hawaiian Turkey Stuffing - Several years ago I decided to do a "Nationwide Thanksgiving" for my family. I tried to cook each dish to represent a different location in the USA. This stuffing is very, very Hawaiian. I found that when you cook it inside the turkey, the turkey gets a really sweet and wonderful taste to it.
Sausage, Rice and Craisin Stuffing - We always made bread stuffing for holidays, but it wasn't my thing so we came up with this rice stuffing. Adding Craisins makes it a little more festive but isn't necessary.
Chestnut Stuffing - This stuffing is perfect for a holiday turkey, or simply prepared as a side item.
Rice Stuffing - Years ago my mom used to stuff the turkey with this rice recipe. I like it so much I don't wait for a turkey to make it. If you want to make a meal out of this, add 4 links of sauteed sausage for heartier portions.
Thanksgiving Herb Stuffing - I was always the one eating more dressing than anything so I had to have the recipe - based on my mom's recipe, which was based on her grandmothers - it's been altered very little in over 80 years.
Sausage, Apple and Pecan Stuffing - This is my grandmother's stuffing. She was from New England and this captures the quintessential flavors of New England. It is a very savory stuffing and one that family and friends always ask for.
Tarragon Stuffing - Tarragon is a unique herb that is often forgotten, but should not be overlooked. Its distinct flavor makes it ideal for stuffing.
Savory Spinach and Artichoke Stuffing - This creamy stuffing is slightly unconventional for Thanksgiving, but the change of pace will have your family clamoring for more!
Winter Squash and Apricot Stuffing - Delicious squash baked in olive oil is made even better with a sweet and crunchy stuffing.
Apple Herb Stuffing - Great for stuffing a turkey or chicken, and also alone for a baked side.
Festive Cranberry Stuffing - Two great tastes of Thanksgiving combined