Whether you call it stuffing or dressing, this American favorite is a must-have at any Thanksgiving table. Read on for seven delicious ways to prepare it!
Curtis Stone's Collard Greens and Cornbread Dressing
This nutrient-dense but nonetheless delicious cornbread stuffing features sautéed collard greens tossed with herbs, stock and corn bread.
Apple, Celery and Onion Stuffing
This is Rachael’s mom’s stuffing recipe and the one their family eats every year! It’s bursting with flavor from apple, celery and fresh herbs, and honestly couldn’t be simpler to make.
Chef Anne Burrell’s Sausage and Mushroom Stuffing
Anne’s traditional recipe features a multitude of flavorful ingredients like sweet Italian sausage, mushrooms, sage and walnuts. Delish.
Valerie Bertinelli’s Cranberry Walnut Stuffing
This simple stuffing is loaded with flavor from spicy sausage, dried cranberries and sage.
Home Turkey Sausage Cornbread Stuffing with McIntosh Apples
This cornbread stuffing is flavored with ground turkey, apples and herbs – yum!
Katie Lee’s Fake-Out Cherries & Stuffing
If you want to take the easy route (we won’t judge), try Katie Lee’s fake-out technique. Just get a boxed stuffing mix and add rehydrated dried cherries, diced pear, melted butter and turkey stock. Cook in the oven and you’re done!
Fake-Out Mushroom & Kale Stuffing
This is another fun fake-out from Katie Lee. This recipe also starts with a boxed stuffing mix, to which she adds sautéed mushrooms and kale, butter and turkey stock. Bake, and you’re done!
What type of stuffing is traditional in your house? Share in the comments, and watch the video below to get the definitive answer to the eternal question -- should you cook the stuffing inside or outside of the bird?