Traditional Bread Stuffing
Bread stuffing is a Thanksgiving classic, and our Thanksgiving recipes give you lots of ways to prepare it. Choose from savory stuffings made with corn bread, raisin bread, brown bread, and more for delicious ways to trim your turkey.See Popular Traditional Bread Stuffing Recipes
Any crusty bread works in this stuffing recipe loaded with fennel and pine nuts. It's especially good served with roast turkey or chicken.
Old-fashion brown bread adds a hint of sweetness to this butternut squash stuffing. It pairs perfectly with any Thanksgiving roast turkey.
Skip the packaged stuffing mix and use day-old bread and fresh herbs for great flavor.
For Thanksgiving and Christmas, this vegetable side dish bread, suitable for diabetic food plans, is a low-fat, high fiber version of traditional dressings.
A southern twist on a delicious holiday staple.
Flavor this moist stuffing, or dressing, with pears, pecans, and nutmeg.
Make this savory stuffing, featuring poultry seasoning and thyme, a holiday tradition at your house. The oven-baked stuffing is the perfect complement to roasted turkey or turkey breast.
For the holidays, this irresistible turkey breast is a delightful alternative to roasting a whole bird.
Toasting nuts brings out more crunch and flavor. When combined with sausage and apples in this recipe, the pecans make this stuffing outstanding.
If you are looking for a traditional holiday stuffing recipe, then you've come to the right place. This casserole version is easy to make and bakes in just 30 minutes.
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.
A change from butter to a smaller amount of oil cuts 2/3 of the total fat, and using whole-grain bread adds 3g of fiber per serving. Start a new tradition. It has 69% less fat, 93% less sat fat, and 36% fewer calories than the original recipe.
After tossing the ingredients and spreading them in a pan, Melissa Rubel Jacobson chills the stuffing for at least an hour before baking. This ensures that the bread soaks up the liquid--key to a stuffing that's crisp on top and moist within.