Wow your Thanksgiving crowd with the best stuffing ever. Whether you go for traditional bread, sage, or sausage stuffing or feel like jazzing up your bird with something new, our delicious recipes will help you create a stuffing that makes the perfect complement to your Thanksgiving meal.
Stuff this savory stuffing in your holiday turkey or serve it alongside chicken or beef any time of the year.
Switch up your traditional stuffing recipe by using pumpernickle and rye bread. Cherries, pears, and Granny Smith apples add sweet flair.
Stuffing, or in this preparation, dressing, becomes a meal in itself with the addition of sausage and pears.
Accompany the Christmas bird with this quick and easy stuffing recipe that's moist yet full of texture and flavor from barley, zucchini, nuts, fruit nectar, and herbs.
Put your slow cooker on stuffing duty for this hearty side this that includes fruit (raisins) and vegetables (onions and mushrooms).
For Thanksgiving and Christmas, this vegetable side dish bread, suitable for diabetic food plans, is a low-fat, high fiber version of traditional dressings.
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.
To keep this low-calorie stuffing vegetarian, simply swap vegetable broth in for the chicken broth.
Bulgur, a quick-cooking form of whole wheat, is high in nutritional value. It adds a nutty flavor to this healthy recipe that can be used to stuff a turkey.
Any crusty bread works in this stuffing recipe loaded with fennel and pine nuts. It's especially good served with roast turkey or chicken.
Butter, herbs, and garlic rubbed onto the traditional Thanksgiving turkey creates a flavor-saturated show stopper. Serve it with festive trimmings including pears and herbs.
Why buy prepared stuffing when it's so easy to make your own? This fruit and nut version is splendid when served with the basic turkey recipe.
Old-fashion brown bread adds a hint of sweetness to this butternut squash stuffing. It pairs perfectly with any Thanksgiving roast turkey.
Cutting an x in chestnuts before roasting them prevents them from bursting in the oven. Use them in a classic turkey stuffing for your traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
A tasty sausage and corn bread stuffing bakes with the turkey in this dinner recipe.
Instead of using bread in your stuffing, give rice a try. In this recipe, the chewy texture of wild rice is accented with brown rice, nutmeg, and mushrooms.
Bacon, apples, and herbs season this bread stuffing, which is baked in muffin cups. It makes a wonderful side dish for turkey or ham.