Popular Stuffing Recipes

Stuffing recipes are intensely regional, and can differ wildly even from family to family. At it's most basic, stuffing is a side dish (for turkey, come Thanksgiving time, made from stale bread moistened with broth. But the dish has endless variations. (Cornbread! Rye Bread! Sausage! Oysters! Onions! No onions! Everyone has a favorite addition. It's like trying to describe all sandwiches with just one label.) No matter what kind of homemade stuffing you like, the important thing to remember is to infuse it with flavor - after all, you're turning something bland - stale bread - into an iconic Thanksgiving side. So splurge on the good broth, and throw in plenty of fresh herbs. Your guests will thank you.

Barley Dressing with Chard and Winter Squash

Served alongside a turkey or ham, or as a main dish on any weeknight when comforting whole grain fare is in order, this dressing recipe has got it all.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Barley Dressing with Chard and Winter Squash

Pumpernickel Cherry Stuffing

Switch up your traditional stuffing recipe by using pumpernickle and rye bread. Cherries, pears, and Granny Smith apples add sweet flair.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Pumpernickel Cherry Stuffing

Chestnut Stuffing

Peeling fresh chestnuts may be a bit tedious, but the result is worth the effort. Chestnut meat adds incredible texture and richness (without much fat) to a holiday stuffing. And, after all, it is a once-a-year ritual. But if you lack the patience, jarred vacuum-packed chestnuts are a convenient alternative.

From EatingWell

Chestnut Stuffing

Bulgur Stuffing with Dried Cranberries & Hazelnuts

For a change of pace from traditional bread stuffing, try this elegant, nutty-tasting pilaf, which features quick-cooking whole-grain bulgur.

From EatingWell

Bulgur Stuffing with Dried Cranberries & Hazelnuts

Spiral Stuffed Turkey Breast with Cider Gravy

When a whole bird is just too much--time and effort, as well as size--there is a quicker, simpler way: what's known in French cuisine as a roulade. Using a boneless turkey breast, butterflied and flattened, you can serve a beautiful spiral of juicy meat.

From EatingWell

Spiral Stuffed Turkey Breast with Cider Gravy

Turkey & Stuffing for Two

You don't have to skip the traditional Thanksgiving dinner if it's just the two of you - and you also don't have to eat turkey for days. In fact, you may not want to wait for a special occasion to have this satisfying mini celebration.

From EatingWell

Turkey & Stuffing for Two

Pear, Prosciutto & Hazelnut Stuffing

Crisping the prosciutto and toasting the nuts adds a powerful punch of flavor to the stuffing without going overboard on fat. Diamond Brand now makes packaged chopped hazelnuts, available in most major supermarkets.

From EatingWell

Pear, Prosciutto & Hazelnut Stuffing

Cornbread & Sausage Stuffing

Cornbread stuffing, a Southern favorite, is a nice change from more traditional white-bread stuffing. Our delectable recipe uses Italian turkey sausage, rather than pork, and omits all the butter and cream to cut the fat by two-thirds. The stuffing is lower in sodium as well and so easy to make that it's sure to become a favorite side year-round.

From EatingWell

Cornbread & Sausage Stuffing

Stuffing-Topped Chicken

Here's a one-skillet version of chicken and stuffing made with wholesome ingredients. We use chicken thighs because we love the rich flavor of dark meat, but boneless, skinless breast works too. Serve with Brussels sprouts and mashed potatoes.

From EatingWell

Stuffing-Topped Chicken

Chicken Baked over Mushroom Dressing

Roasting a chicken on top of a three-mushroom stuffing keeps it moist and juicy. This is a comfy treat any winter night.

From EatingWell

Chicken Baked over Mushroom Dressing

Apple, Bacon, and Onion Stuffing Muffins

Bacon, apples, and herbs season this bread stuffing, which is baked in muffin cups. It makes a wonderful side dish for turkey or ham.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple, Bacon, and Onion Stuffing Muffins

Apricot and Pecan Stuffing

Baked in a casserole dish, the lively fruit-and-nut stuffing makes a tasty side dish with chicken or pork.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apricot and Pecan Stuffing

Wild Rice Stuffing

This whole grain side dish recipe has only 1 gram of fat per serving yet is hearty and satisfying, especially when served with lean meats, chicken or fish.

From Diabetic Living

Wild Rice Stuffing

Chorizo Corn Bread Stuffing

Holiday cranberries make a special appearance in this stuffing recipe that also features chorizo sausage.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Chorizo Corn Bread Stuffing

Sausage-and-Apple-Stuffed Iowa Chops

This Midwestern classic features extra thick pork chops with a spicy sausage and corn bread stuffing sweetened with shredded apple.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Sausage-and-Apple-Stuffed Iowa Chops

Fruit-Stuffed Roasted Chicken

When you're hosting a small dinner party, serve this succulent chicken. A little sherry enhances both the meat and the fruit stuffing.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Fruit-Stuffed Roasted Chicken

Baked Flounder with Crabmeat Stuffing

From Family Circle

Baked Flounder with Crabmeat Stuffing

Chicken with Mushroom Stuffing

Chicken and stuffing are always a popular dinner duo. Slow cooking makes this meal convenient to make, but the presentation is sophisticated.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Chicken with Mushroom Stuffing

Corn Bread Dressing

The holidays just wouldn't be the same without this traditional side dish. Crumbled corn bread and biscuits are at the heart of this Southern-style version.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Corn Bread Dressing

Old-Fashioned Bread Stuffing

This simple recipe makes enough to stuff up to a 15-pound Thanksgiving turkey.It can also be baked in a casserole dish.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Old-Fashioned Bread Stuffing

Chestnut-Sourdough Stuffing with Apricots, Roasted Mushrooms, and Smoked Bacon

Fresh herbs and applewood smoked bacon bring out even more flavor in this roasted chestnut and fruit holiday stuffing.

From Ladies' Home Journal

Chestnut-Sourdough Stuffing with Apricots, Roasted Mushrooms, and Smoked Bacon

Oven-Roasted Apricot-Stuffed Turkey Breast

Use kitchen shears to snip the dried apricots. It's easier, faster, and neater than using a knife and cutting board.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Oven-Roasted Apricot-Stuffed Turkey Breast

Herbed Corn Bread Dressing

For Thanksgiving and Christmas, this vegetable side dish bread, suitable for diabetic food plans, is a low-fat, high fiber version of traditional dressings.

From Diabetic Living

Herbed Corn Bread Dressing

Crabmeat-Stuffed Door County Whitefish

Seasoned crabmeat and a marsala sauce combined with whitefish make for an unforgettable dinner entree.

From Midwest Living

Crabmeat-Stuffed Door County Whitefish

Apple-Stuffed Pork Roast

Impressive on the table and healthy for your heart! Plan a holiday dinner around this festive pork roast. It's deceptively low in calories, fat, and sodium.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple-Stuffed Pork Roast

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