Stuffing is my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinners. Turkey gets all the praise, and it is undeniably tasty but I most look forward to this side dish made most often using bread cubes. I used to be very picky with my stuffing, only wanting the craberry stuffing mom made. Then when I spent the holiday with my husband’s family for the first time there was traditional sausage stuffing and I have grown to love that too. Sweet or savory, I love them all and it got me thinking, What other stuffing recipes do I need in my life? I had to find out, so I sought to round up all of the stuffing recipes that I could find.
Turkey Stuffing (pictured) using sage, turkey juice, onion and celery.
Cranberry Apple Walnut Stuffing with minced garlic and apple juice.
Thanksgiving Cornbread Giblet and Sausage Stuffing using chicken gizzards, herbs and breakfast sausage.
Slow Cooker Stuffing using chicken broth, celery, onion and herbs.
Baked Butternut Squash with Italian Sausage Stuffing (pictured) featuring sourdough bread, fresh sage and thyme and asiago cheese.
Gluten Free Vegan Stuffing using rice bread, veggies and herbs.
Cornbread Sausage Stuffing with Apples and Cranberries (pictured) using breakfast sausage, apple juice and vegetables.
Sausage Stuffing using pork sausage, garlic, mushrooms and sage.
Pork and Cranberry Stuffing with pork, onions cranberries and celery.
Cornbread Dressing (pictured) with lots of cornbread, biscuits and sage.
Easy Slow Cooked Stuffing made with sausage chives, leeks and herbs.
Cornbread stuffing using celery, sage and onions.
Apple Cranberry Stuffing with fresh apples, fresh thyme and pecan halves.
Gluten Free Stuffing (pictured) using mushrooms, cheese and ground sausage.
Low Carb Paleo Cauliflower Stuffing featuring fresh and dried herbs, pecans, and delicious veggies.
Whole Wheat Stuffing Muffins (pictured) with sausage and parmesan.
Fig and Pancetta Stuffing with orange zest and liqueur.
Mom’s Italian Stuffing made with panettone, chestnuts, cranberries and apricots.
Oyster and sausage stuffing the first seafood stuffing I’ve seen!
Slow Cooker Sausage Stuffing with Pomegranate featuring fresh herbs, cranberries, pomegranate and sunflower seeds.
The stuffing muffins are a great idea! I think I can do any of the recipes above and use a muffin tin. Not only is it portion controlled, I’ll be able to freeze some for later. Can you tell I love stuffing too?
Brandi H says
I never knew there were so many ways to make stuffing. I’ve never been a fan of stuffing but I know I would love to try the Apple Cranberry and Pork and Cranberry Stuffing. Those sound right up my alley. I’m going to try one for the holidays!
Omg so much thanksgiving yumminess! Makes me super excited for turkey day! Can’t wait to plan my menu
Jersey Girl Cooks says
These all look delicious! I have been making a stuffing that includes small tube pasta, sausage and spinach. Its my family’s favorite!
That sounds so good! Do you have it published? If so, I will add it to the roundup.
Jersey Girl Cooks says
Thanks but it is a recipe from Aggies kitchen that I changed a little and have not published. Guess I should put it together one of these days :)
These all look so good! Thanks for including my Cranberry Apple Walnut Stuffing recipe. I shared your post across social media.
It looks so yummy – thanks for sharing :)
Dressing is my favorite and I have tried many different types. But I always come back to the traditional Turkey stuffing. It is my favorite and my family’s favorite too. I do want to try the Dressing muffins. Those look delicious!
Janella Panchamsingh says
I could eat stuffing any way its prepared its my favourite thanks giving food
Jennifer Fouts says
That’s quite an impressive collection there…and every diet type too :) I think that one with apples and cranberries would be my favorite.
Liz Mays says
So many of these sound delicious. I think we’ll have to do something like the Apple Walnut stuffing!
Thanks for sharing my stuffing muffins! Those have become a Thanksgiving Must-Have in my family!
They look delicious! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us!