From corn bread stuffing to sausage bread stuffing, these easy recipes go well with everything from weeknight turkey and pork to a fancy Thanksgiving meal.
This 2000 contest winner impressed our staff because the recipe adds shiitake mushrooms and soy sauce to convenient herb stuffing mix for a fresh new Asian spin on classic stuffing.
You can make part of this dressing ahead to save time during the busy holiday meal.
This simple recipe makes enough to stuff up to a 15-pound Thanksgiving turkey.It can also be baked in a casserole dish.
Bake this cheesy cornbread stuffing in a casserole dish. The texture will be better and it's a lot easier than trying to stuff a turkey.
Switch up your traditional stuffing recipe by using pumpernickle and rye bread. Cherries, pears, and Granny Smith apples add sweet flair.
Try this update of old-fashioned bread stuffing by adding sweet Italian sausage and mushrooms. This dish is the highlight of any holiday table.
Bacon, apples, and herbs season this bread stuffing, which is baked in muffin cups. It makes a wonderful side dish for turkey or ham.
Put your slow cooker on stuffing duty for this hearty side this that includes fruit (raisins) and vegetables (onions and mushrooms).
Cornbread stuffing not only tastes great, but the Southern-style classic adds a pretty autumn hue to holiday plates. Save leftover cornbread or corn muffins from other meals in a tightly sealed bag in the freezer. When its time to make stuffing, you'll be all set.
Boston brown bread, sweetened with molasses and full of raisins, was once used often as a base for tea sandwiches. In this stuffing recipe, it's paired up with butternut squash.
To keep this low-calorie stuffing vegetarian, simply swap vegetable broth in for the chicken broth.
Old-fashion brown bread adds a hint of sweetness to this butternut squash stuffing. It pairs perfectly with any Thanksgiving roast turkey.
Baked in a casserole dish, the lively fruit-and-nut stuffing makes a tasty side dish with chicken or pork.