Stuffing is a yummy staple at every Thanksgiving dinner. Whether stuffed into the turkey, or served on the side, these stale bread crumbs bring us together on Turkey Day. However, stuffing becomes a non-friendly side when served out of a turkey or when bought from StoveTop.
Look closely, and you'll see that most StoveTop stuffings are made with chicken broth, which is no good for vegetarians or vegans. Because my sister is a vegetarian; my mom and I created this apple stuffing recipe that not only my sister could eat, but also my entire family could enjoy. Try out this recipe for a new twist on this Thanksgiving Day classic.
- Prep Time:15 mins
- Cook Time:45 mins
- Total Time:1 hr
- 1 Bag unseasoned bread stuffing
- 2 Granny Smith apples
- Apple cider
Place bag of bread stuffing in a pot with enough apple cider to soak the cubes. Cook on low heat until cubes absorb all cider.
Chop all apples and nuts into size of your choosing.
Put soaked bread cubes in large pan and add apples and pecans. Stir throughout, and then place in the oven at 350° for 45 minutes.
There is a lot of flexibility to this recipe. Feel free to add any type of nuts or apple that you prefer. Throw in some cinnamon and raisins to make it even sweeter. But when it comes down to it, remember to enjoy this special day with your loved ones...and food, duh!