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Every Stuffing Recipe You'll Ever Need Slideshow

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The holidays can be a stressful time. From the parties to the presents to the food, it’s a lot of work — and we want to make as seamless as possible for you to cook for your hungry guests in the most creative way possible. Thanksgiving is the first stop on the holiday train, and what’s a Thanksgiving without some type of stuffing on the table? Stuffing is a bit like apple pie in that everybody seems to have “the” recipe from “grandmother” that is uniquely classic and strictly classified.

With Thanksgiving around the corner, we figured it was high time to give you a roundup of some of our old stuffing favorites…Remember, whether you like your stuffing a little bit drier or more moist, you can always add or reduce the amount of stock for an easy fix. There are countless methods to improve your cooking in small ways!

Every Stuffing Recipe You’ll Ever Need

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The holidays can be a stressful time. There are countless methods to improve your cooking in small ways!

Apple and Walnut Stuffing

Baked Butternut Squash With Italian Sausage Stuffing

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Caramelized Onion Challah Stuffing

Classic Cornbread Stuffing Recipe

Sometimes a little is just enough, which is why we swap in cornbread for regular bread in our stuffing recipe when we're looking for just a taste of something different. It's subtle enough to let the classic flavors of stuffing shine through, yet still makes it just a little different.

For the Classic Cornbread Stuffing Recipe, click here.

Cranberry Apple and Sausage Stuffing

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Herbed Oyster Stuffing

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This seems like an unlikely pairing, but as the holidays get closer, it might be nice to think about making something a little different like adding oysters to your same old boring stuffing. The strong flavor is quite gripping.

Herbed Sausage Stuffing

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Rye Bread and Bacon Stuffing

Scalloped Corn Stuffing

Few can resist scalloped dishes, whether it be potatoes or corn, and so why not make scalloped stuffing? The creamy traits of a traditional scalloped corn recipe are the perfect addition to your mashed potatoes and gravy.

For the Scalloped Corn Stuffing Recipe, click here.

Stuffed Mushroom Stuffing

The Daily Meal's Italian Stuffing

Traditional Stuffing

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If you’re a first-time stuffing maker this is the perfect recipe for you. It’s relatively simple, and you can’t go wrong with the delicious flavor combinations of sage, chicken stock, and thyme.

Wild Rice Stuffing

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This recipe is best made with the recommended Cornish game hen but a simple chicken will do just fine if you prefer that. The olives in this recipe give it an extra kick, and it’s really interesting to try a slightly different texture than just your regular breaded stuffing.

Winter Squash Stuffing

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"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

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"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

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"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

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"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

Add to collection

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"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

Add to collection

Add to menu


"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

Add to collection

Add to menu


"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

Add to collection

Add to menu


"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

Add to collection

Add to menu


"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

Social Sharing

Add to collection

Add to menu


"Simple Is Best" Dressing

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi

With all the other side dishes on your Thanksgiving table, does your stuffing recipe really need all those extras? Leave the sausage, nuts, and dried fruit behind in favor of this easy, vegetarian-friendly mix of torn country bread and classic Thanksgiving herbs. (To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.) Baking the mix in a casserole dish on the side of your bird technically makes it dressing instead of stuffing, but you can call it whatever you want.

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