It’s not a holiday without everyone gathered around the table for a feast that includes a roast and all the sides. But that meal isn’t complete without everyone’s favourite accompaniment — stuffing. Whether it’s cooked in the roast or in a dish on the side, there is an endless combination of savoury ingredients that can come together to make a great stuffing.
Simple Oven Baked Stuffing
Speed up your turkey cooking time by baking this super simple stuffing in the oven. In fact, you can save time by cooking it the day before. Just reheat and enjoy!
Turkey with Stuffing
If you’re looking for a traditional stuffing — and also a solid recipe for the turkey too — Alton Brown has you covered. His version uses rich challah bread as the stuffing base and cuts the richness by mixing in tart dried cherries.
Sausage and Herb Stuffing
Sausage is a common ingredient in many stuffing variations, but this Barefoot Contessa recipe is no ordinary version. Packed with diced apples, cranberries and veggies, this dish is worth banking for the holidays (or any special occasion, really).
Herb and Apple Stuffing
Ina Garten’s traditional stuffing gets an added crunch and nutty flavor with ½ cup of sliced almonds.
Cinnamon Raisin Bread Stuffing with Sausage
If a combination of sweet and savoury appeals — and perhaps a kick of spice — this stuffing recipe from Valerie Bertinelli is sure to please. Swap standard bread for cinnamon raisin and then spike the stuffing with spicy sausage for something unexpected.
Tyler Florence's Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding
The earthy flavour of mushrooms and woodsy rosemary are mixed into a hearty, warming bread pudding in this creation from Tyler Florence. Not a strict stuffing, per se, but this bread pudding has a crusty Italian loaf base, so consider it part of the stuffing family.
Not Sure How Much Stuffing to Make?
Hack: Bake Stuffing in Muffin Tins
Nobody wants to run out of stuffing during Thanksgiving dinner, and a clever way to ensure there’s enough for everyone is to bake extra stuffing in a muffin tin. Not only will there be plenty for everyone, but your guests – especially kids – will go crazy for individual stuffin’ muffins.
Sourdough, Wild Mushroom and Bacon Dressing
Oyster, shiitake and cremini mushrooms add great flavour to this unconventional stuffing, while roasting them in the oven saves you from watching a pan.
Whether you call it dressing or stuffing, everyone looks forward to this traditional side all year long. Put a Southern spin on an old favourite with this cornbread-based dressing that doesn’t have to cook in the bird.
Toasted Pecan, Chorizo and Cornbread Stuffing
A yummy, cheesy cornbread stuffing, baked to perfection.
Golden Roasted Chicken with Prune and Chestnut Stuffing
Swap the chicken with turkey and you have a unique and delicious main.
Apricot Rosemary-Stuffed Turkey Breast
This stuffing combines chopped apricots, rosemary, chopped vegetables and courtons and roasted to perfection.
Rolled Turkey Breast with Cranberry, Cheese and Nut Stuffing
Taste succulent turkey breast that’s literally packed with flavour – toated hazelnuts, crumbled croutons, vegetables and dried cranberries.
Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom Stuffing and Pan-Seared Onion and Apples
A delicious stuffing recipe to bake in a turkey or a casserole dish.
Cornbread Dressing with Sausage, Apples and Mushrooms
The combination of cornbread with white bread mixes up texture and flavours, with added tartness from Granny Smith apples. The mushrooms and sausage paired with white wine and brown sugar allows for a sweet and flavourful stuffing recipe to wow the whole family.
Raffy’s Turkey Sausage and Chestnut Stuffing
The combination of sweet and savoury shines through in this recipe. Sweet apples and dried cranberries paired with turkey sausage and white wine provide a perfect balance in every bite.
Ciabatta Stuffing with Chestnuts and Pancetta
Rich stuffing filled with herbs, roasted chestnuts and diced pancetta is sure to be the most coveted dish on your holiday table.
Apple Chestnut Stuffing
Fresh thyme, sage and rosemary combined with challah bread sweet prunes and apples make an oh-so-satisfying side dish perfect for your holiday meal.
Hot Turkey Sammys with Sausage Stuffing
One of the best parts of holidays are the leftovers, and while this recipe is a delicious way to savour that remaining turkey, it contains a truly scrumptious sausage stuffing recipe that’s perfect for the main meal.
Sausage, Apple and Walnut Stuffing
Celebrate the flavours of autumn with a mouth-watering medley of sweet apples, crunchy nuts and spicy sausage.
Cranberry Walnut Stuffing
Sweet Italian sausage boosts the flavour of this veggie-filled stuffing that’s made with crunchy cornbread and bites of sweet, dried cranberries.
Traditional Apple Sausage Stuffing
Roast garlic, apples and a touch of smoky bacon make this traditional side dish shine as part of your holiday spread.
Stuffing in a Bundt Pan
The holidays are about excess, which is why this over-the-top way to serve stuffing will be welcome at any holiday table. Stuffing, potatoes and cranberry sauce come together for a stunning side your guests won’t forget.
Oven Roasted Turkey Breast with Leeks and Cornbread Stuffing
Anyone planning a holiday dinner for a large group, or an intimate holiday dinner for two, will want to check out this surprisingly easy recipe that only takes about an hour to prepare.
Slow Cooker Sausage Stuffing
Full of flavour and festive flair, this satisfying sausage stuffing requires nothing but a slow cooker, a few delicious ingredients (including sweet Italian sausage and crusty French bread), and a few hours on the clock.
Turkey Roulade with Cranberry-Citrus Stuffing and Cream Gravy
If you’d rather spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your loved ones over the holidays, try Valerie’s roulade. Butterflied turkey breasts are wrapped around a sweet and savoury stuffing filled with cranberry, citrus and herbs.