Dress Up Your Stuffing
Whether you call it dressing or stuffing, no holiday meal is complete without this essential turkey side dish.
Crisp-Top Sourdough Stuffing with Sausage and Greens
Although it's nearly as quick to make as boxed stuffing, this homemade version--soft in the middle and a little crunchy on the top--is prettier and certainly tastier. We've added some Italian flavors to make it even more appealing.
Crisp-Top Sourdough Stuffing
Although it's nearly as quick to make as boxed stuffing, this homemade version--soft in the middle and a little crunchy on the top--is prettier and certainly tastier.
Rye bread, dill, and smoked pork give this stuffing a hearty nordic flavor.
Hawaiian Sweet Roll Citrus Stuffing
Italian Chard Stuffing
"Stands on its own for dinner—who needs turkey? Use spinach if you have no chard. I also mixed hot and mild sausage...absolutely killer!" — Anonymous
Artichoke Parmesan Sourdough Stuffing
"I made this stuffing for Christmas dinner and it was the best stuffing I have ever had. It was a lot of work but definitely worth it! Everyone at the table raved about how good it was!" — Janno60
Herbed Bread Stuffing with Mushrooms and Sausage
"I made this for Thanksgiving, and it was a hit. We had plenty of leftovers and it got even better after being in the fridge for a few days." — caitygw
Southwest Cornbread and Chorizo Dressing
"I have made this dressing for the past three Thanksgivings. It's addictive." — Lynne
Sourdough Stuffing with Pears and Sausage
"Wonderful. A big hit. I made it one day ahead and baked it for 1 hour. Even my picky brother-in-law said it was good!" — Sleepingdog1121
"Maybe a little different than traditional dressing, but it received rave reviews. Will definitely be a repeat next year!" — Italycath
"I doubled the recipe and put half in a casserole and I stuffed the turkey with the other half. I have to say the turkey stuffing was much more moist, but they were both delicious." — Sandywical
Southern Corn Bread Dressing
"Fabulous recipe! Freezes and reheats well. I use homemade vegetable stock instead of chicken. Gets rave reviews from my extremely fussy Southern (Mississippi) DH about his cornbread dressing!" — jillmayre
Wild Rice Stuffing
"What a tasty recipe! It is a great twist on traditional stuffing. It was easy to make and looked beautiful in serving dish! Wonderful as the base for post-Thanksgiving leftovers too. Try it as a cold salad on greens with turkey and cranberry sauce mixed in with the rice!" — cookinglightfan
Dried-Cherry and Italian Sausage Stuffing
"We looove this recipe! My sister and I are making it again this year. We actually like it even better before it's cooked." — katnchicago
Sausage, Apple, and Fennel Corn Bread Dressing
"My family raved about this stuffing at Thanksgiving. It was a nice change from a white bread-based stuffing. It came out absolutely beautiful. I doubled the recipe which was not necessary—the single recipe really does feed 10 people."
"Made this the first time I hosted Thanksgiving and again the next year. Both times it was a hit. I've used combos of dried apricots, cranberries, and golden raisins. Also used chicken/turkey sausage. Yummy." — alyciamosley
Shrimp and Grits Dressing
This cross between a cheese grits casserole and creamy shrimp and grits is sure to please your holiday guests.
Slow-Cooker Wild Rice and Mushroom Stuffing
Save space in your oven when you’re cooking the holiday meal and use your slow cooker for the wild rice stuffing.
Sausage-and-Smoked Mussel Stuffing
Your holiday guests might skip the entrée when they spoon into this hearty bread stuffing packed with Italian sausage and chopped mussels.
Wild Mushroom Stuffing
Although there’s no meat in this hearty stuffing, it’s meaty flavor and texture come from a mixture of dried mushrooms, wild mushrooms and toasted hazelnuts.