The cornbread dressing may be a more important part of the holiday meal than the turkey or the dessert. You’re guaranteed to get it right if you use any one of these tasty dressing recipes.
Cornbread DressingDeliciously moist and perfectly seasoned, this five-star recipe really has no rivals. It does take a little extra time to prepare cornbread dressing from scratch, but it's definitely worth the effort, and freezes beautifully.
Cornbread Dressing with Chorizo and ApplesThis cornbread dressing recipe starts with a package of corn muffin mix and features the additional flavor of chorizo sausage and chopped apple. You can make this dressing a day ahead, refrigerate, then reheat just before serving.
Cornbread DressingUse your slow cooker to make this easy and filling side dish to serve with roasted turkey or your favorite roasted chicken recipe.
Shortcut Cornbread DressingUse a package of cornbread mix and a can of refrigerated biscuits to make this quick and easy cornbread dressing.
Sage Cornbread DressingThe savory flavor of sage makes this cornbread dressing recipe distinctive and a perfect partner for a holiday turkey or ham.
Cornbread Dressing with Smoked Bacon and PecansAdd extra flavor and crunch to your cornbread dressing this year with applewood-smoked bacon and toasted pecans.
Cornbread DressingThis cornbread dressing recipe is extra hearty because it includes hot breakfast sausage, and it contains chopped green bell pepper instead of celery.
Cornbread-Chorizo DressingChopped chorizo sausage and fresh cilantro give this cornbread dressing its Mexican flair.
Sweet Cornbread DressingThe subtle sweetness of this dressing comes from the use of packaged corn muffin mix.
Country Cornbread DressingTo save time, purchase cornbread from your supermarket deli...just be sure that it's savory, not sweet, cornbread.
Moist Cornbread Dressing with Spicy CrawfishMake the dressing the star of the meal when you add cooked, peeled crawfish to the cornbread stuffing mixture.
Cornbread DressingThis classic dressing recipe makes one large pan and one smaller one, so you’ll be able to freeze one pan for another use.
Cornbread-Chestnut DressingFor a really special dressing for your holiday meal, use polenta cornbread and add roasted chestnuts and bacon.
Southwest Cornbread and Chorizo DressingGet out of your usual cornbread dressing rut and try this hearty version featuring chorizo sausage, butternut squash, mushrooms, fennel, and cilantro. This could almost be a one-dish holiday meal.
Cornbread, Sausage, and Herb StuffingThis lightened version of traditional cornbread dressing uses either chicken or turkey sausage and fat-free, reduced sodium broth, and stone-ground cornmeal.