Thanksgiving is this week! Are you ready? I’m not. In my attempt to get ready and of course to be helpful to all of you, I’ve rounded up 10 bloggers with amazing stuffing recipes. I’m sure you will find one that you can use this Thanksgiving.
I never would have thought about bacon or cornbread in stuffing. I’m excited by Kelley, blogger of Fabulessly Frugal. She is very picky when it comes to stuffing and will not use a box, which I think is why she came up with this amazingly delicious and hearty recipes.
I am a huge fan of sweet Hawaiian bread, thankfully Kim , blogger of Made in a Day made stuffing with it! This stuffing is obviously sweet, but also fluffy. To add another Hawaiian element, Kim uses King’s Hawaiian Classic Stuffing Herb and Onion flavor.
Tracey, blogger of The Kitchen is My Playground has saved Thanksgiving with this slow cooker stuffing! Anytime I can add everything to a slow cooker and forget about it for hours is a win-win. On the most craziest cooking day of the year know couldn’t use a good slow cooker stuffing recipe.
Lauren, blogger of Tastes Better From Scratch is my kinda lady. She says, “[She’s] a little bit obsessed with Thanksgiving.” I like this gal and I like her recipe. I’ve done a sausage and cranberry stuffing before but never thought to use pecans. I always though pecans were for pies. Who knew?
Yes another pecan stuffing, but come on, apple and pecan. I had to include this recipe by Kat and Melinda, bloggers of Home Made Interest. If you’re like me and like videos that show you how to make the recipe then click away to see the video of this recipe.
You can make this stuffing the day before Thanksgiving and it’s one less thing you have to think about on Thanksgiving. Win, win in my book. Big thanks to Amanda, blogger of Call Me Betty for making our lives easier on this festive day of thanks.
This recipe is extra special because it was created by not one, two, or three people; not four or five, but six. Six sisters to be exact. This recipe by sisters: Steph, Kendra, Lauren, Elyse, Kristen, Camille and bloggers of Six Sister’s Stuff. Personally, I don’t think you can go wrong with apple and celery and I’ve got six others to back that up.
I always like giving a twist to a classic. This Italian twist is perfect for your thanksgiving dinner or any winter dinner really. Blogger Carrie, of Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen created this recipe when she had a half loaf of Italian Ciabatta bread left over. She chose a roasted chicken in place of a turkey.
“Turkey and cranberry sauce doesn’t taste the same without a big scoop of stuffing it if you ask me!” says, Erin blogger of Meaningful Eats. I couldn’t agree more. If you are in need of a gluten-free stuffing I suggest trying this recipe and going to Erin’s blogger not only does she have the recipe there is also a video that shows you how easy this recipe is to make.
Mandee blogger of The Kitchen Wife says, [this stuffing is] “perfect for anyone trying to eat clean, follow a paleo or low carb diet, eating gluten-free, etc.” With a foundation of cauliflower and mushrooms I would totally agree.