You want to make stuffing from scratch, but you're missing one thing: the bread. This loaf doesn't just make a great stuffing base—it can also be used for croutons and post-Thanksgiving sandwiches.
Classic Sage and Sausage Stuffing (or Dressing)
This classic stuffing can be prepared a day in advance and its versatility allows for the addition of dried fruits and nuts for a sweet and crunchy twist.
I bet you've never looked at your Thanksgiving stuffing and thought, gee, wouldn't it be ten times better if it had liver in it? But take our word for it: if you love stuffing, and you happen to love (or even like) liver, then this is the recipe for you.
Sausage, Apple, and Cranberry Stuffing
While everything else on the table is loaded with carbs and fat, you may as well make the stuffing slightly healthy, right? Substituting classics with healthier options, this recipe will make you feel less guilty when you go in for that apple pie.
Wild Mushroom Stuffing
Serve this wild mushroom stuffing separate from your turkey to accommodate both vegetarians and omnivores.
Pizza-Flavored Thanksgiving Stuffing (or Dressing)
Sneak America's favorite dish into Thanksgiving with a pizza-flavored stuffing, made with garlic knots, Italian sausage, bell peppers, and oregano.
This gluten-free stuffing can easily be adjusted to taste. Feel free to dress it up with additions like apples, sausage, or liver (or all three!).
Why settle for scoops of stuffing when you can cut yourself a slice of stuffing pie?
Latke-Crusted Turkey Stuffing Fritters With Liquid Cranberry Core and Turkey Schmaltz Gravy
The best of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving combine in one epic three-layer savory Thanksgivukkah stuffing doughnut hole.