Tuesday, November 8, 2016

10 Best Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipes

Good morning! I hope that you had a great weekend. I was a little discombobulated from the time change but still enjoyed a lazy weekend. I cannot believe that Thanksgiving is less than 3 weeks away and Christmas is 7, yes 7 shopping weekends away! Holy cow, where did the year go?



Cherry Pecan Stuffing


I have been thinking about Thanksgiving a lot and what I am going to serve to my guests. I personally am all about the sides and desserts. What about you?

Here are 10 of my favorite stuffing/dressing recipes for Thanksgiving. I will be making at least two of these recipes, I just haven't narrowed them down yet and I have to ask my guests what they would like as well. Later this week I will share my favorite desserts.



Chestnut Stuffing



Romemary Monkeybread Stuffing from Country Living


Sage Onion and Smoked Bacon Stuffing


Mushroom Stuffing


Cranberry Apple Cornbread Stuffing


Apple Walnut Stuffing

Apricot Wild Rice Walnut Stuffing



Skillet Apple Stuffing



Ina Garten Stuffing


I have made similar versions of many of these recipes but this year I am branching out and trying something new.

Do you have a favorite stuffing/dressing recipe that we should know about? If so, please share in the comments.

Have a great week!

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5 comments:

  1. These all look really good. I think that whatever the recipe, making it from scratch is way better than out of the box. I made the croutons from scratch one year, not finding them in the supermarket here (just tiny packets with a handful of croutons--it would have cost a fortune to buy enough!). I never went back. The result with non-industrial croutons was amazing. I try a different recipe every year and they're all good...with real croutons.

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  2. Oh, cornbread stuffing is what I usually make for a crowd, but yours here with the apple sounds GREAT! I know, it's strange to think that Thanksgiving is not far away. For us, we are 15 degrees hotter than normal and it just does NOT feel like the holidays are coming!

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  3. I have a sneaking suspicious that I would love every one! Enjoy your week!

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  4. OK, now I'm thinking !!!
    Of course, like almost all of us, I continue to make my grandmother's recipe for Cornbread Stuffing (no giblets!!), varying it up sometimes. The taste is so comforting, and so traditional, bringing back so many good memories, it makes it hard to change. HOWEVER. Now that I'm seeing these I might do a run-through before Thanksgiving just to see for myself. So much fun, isn't it !!!

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