Think of Thanksgiving. The smell of apple pie and sweet potatoes topped with steaming marshmallows floating around the house, your family yelling about football, and your dad running into the den with cheesy potatoes while you watch the Thanksgiving Parade with your older siblings.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, everyone is gathering their classic recipes for turkey, pie, mashed potatoes, butternut squash soup… But how about changing up a classic dish that is on everyone’s tables? Here are 14 stuffing recipes that you need to try this year.
This recipe pairs three diff kinds of breads together with sausage, fennel, pine nuts, currants, and herbs to create a mesh of Thanksgiving flavors all in one single stuffing dish.
This dish provides a perfectly moist bite of both sweet and salty with a delish combo of matzo, apples, and cinnamon.
This recipe is perf for you vegetarians, vegans and gluten-freeians. It’s full of protein, herbs, apples, cranberries and pecans making it almost worthy of a main-dish.
I understand if your Thanksgiving meal didn’t provide enough stuffing to satisfy your needs. These #makeitintoacookie cookies are the most delish dessert for you stuffing lovers.
Not only is this stuffing full of flavor with the addition of cranberries and pecans, it’s made in the slow-cooker. This will make your Thanksgiving a hella lot easier.
This stuffing, like the one above, will clear up lotsa room in your oven because it’s made in the slow-cooker. This will be your new Thanksgiving favorite, stuffed with perfection with sausage, apples, and cranberries.
This fun twist on your favorite Thanksgiving dish will make the holiday even more favorable. These stuffing muffins maximize that delish crispy part of the dish we all fight over.
This stuffing is not only the perfect combination of stuffing complimented with cranberries and apples, but it’s a fabulously colored dish that’s perfect for you insta-lovers out there.
This stuffing is a delish twist on the classic stuffing and gives you the option to add whatever your heart desires if you want to change it up: mushrooms, bacon, walnuts, or anything else your mind can think of.
Looking for a Mediterranean twist on this classic American dish? You’ve come to the right place. This dish adds Mediterranean flavors to your fave dish by stuffing it with dried fruit, hazelnuts, topped with rosemary.
For all of you fellow artichoke lovers who can’t resist your stuffing without it, try this delish recipe complete with leeks and fennel.
For those of you who understand the struggle of celebrating Thanksgiving and Hanukkah at the same time (although that won’t happen this year), this recipe makes for the perfect Thanksgivukkah. This challah-apple stuffing recipe won’t disappoint.
Although this isn’t your typical Thanksgiving stuffing, it’s still the perf side dish to your Thanksgiving meal. Completed with dried cranberries, bacon and nuts, this wild rice stuffing will be a game-changer on your dining room table.
For you chestnut lovers, this vegetarian stuffing is packed with leeks and apples that deserves a place on every Thanksgiving dinner table.
Get your recipe boxes ready and your ovens preheated, because you’ve got some cooking to do. Happy Thanksgiving, foodies.