Roast Turkey Stuffing Recipes

Pear-Pecan Stuffing
A classic Thanksgiving roast turkey stuffing is a crucial dish on any holiday dinner menu. Whether you are looking for a rice-based dish or a more traditional bread stuffing recipe, you'll find the best choice for your Thanksgiving dinner here.

Porcini-Chestnut Stuffing

The holiday table will take a whole new turn with this nutty side-dish recipe. Crunchy chestnuts, hearty porcini mushrooms, and salty salami add delicious savory flavors to this Thanksgiving stuffing recipe.

Apple, Bacon, and Leek Stuffing

This turkey stuffing recipe calls for an undeniably irresistible ingredient: bacon. With fall flavors of crisp apple, savory mushrooms, and leeks, this Thanksgiving side dish is dynamite.

Bourbon-Pecan Stuffing

Celebrate the classic Southern flavors of nutty pecans and bourbon in this roast turkey stuffing. It may seem like a simple bread stuffing recipe, but a splash of bourbon and a sprinkle of fresh thyme make this stuffing the star of the feast.

Carrot-Mushroom Stuffing

Add an extra helping of hearty fall vegetables to the Thanksgiving meal with this veggie-filled turkey stuffing recipe. Carrots and mushrooms take center stage in this side dish, while a drizzle of soy sauce adds just a hint of Asian-inspired flavor.

Dried Tomato Rice Stuffing

Looking for a gluten-free option for your Thanksgiving stuffing? This delicious and simple recipe calls for rice, so you can replace your bread stuffing recipe. Before using packaged rice, check the ingredients list to make sure no gluten sneaks in.

Chorizo-Corn Bread Stuffing

Bring a spicy flare to your Thanksgiving meal with this sausage stuffing recipe, made easier with packaged corn bread stuffing mix. Cranberries, pistachios, and highly seasoned chorizo fill this bread stuffing recipe.

Caramelized Onion and Capocollo Rye Stuffing

Toss tradition aside this Thanksgiving. Sweet caramelized onions contrast with salty chopped capocollo in this one-of-a-kind stuffing. Pair the salty-sweet combo with subtle rye bread and amber beer for rich, complex flavor.

Lemon-Nut Rice Stuffing

Bacon adds richness to this delicious turkey stuffing, and fresh veggies brighten it up. You can prep this recipe up to 24 hours ahead of time for less stress on feast day.

Apricot and Pecan Stuffing

Filled with fruits, nuts, and fresh herbs, this traditional turkey stuffing recipe bursts with flavor. Bake it in your turkey or alongside in a casserole dish.

Parmesan Cheese and Italian Sausage Stuffing

This sausage stuffing recipe provides a fresh twist on the traditional dish and is sure to wow your holiday guests. Make it on the stove top or bake it in your turkey.

Sausage Stuffing

Stuffings for turkey aren't complete without crunchy celery, toasty bread cubes, and sausage—and this recipe has it all. For the corn bread needed in this homemade stuffing recipe, bake two 8-1/2-ounce packages of corn muffin mix.

Challah Stuffing with Fennel and Dried Fruit

Like your stuffing to have a sweeter side? This Thanksgiving stuffing recipe is filled with chewy dried apricots, sweet figs, tart cherries, and plums for a rich, sugary bite. Mixed alongside chunks of challah bread and crispy chopped walnuts, this is the ultimate roast turkey stuffing recipe.

Old-Fashioned Bread Stuffing

For many, Thanksgiving is all about tradition. This easy traditional stuffing recipe for turkey is as classic as they come. Tried-and-true, it's sure to win the hearts of the whole crowd!

Herb-Rubbed Turkey with Pear Stuffing

Still looking for your Thanksgiving day turkey roast recipe? Trust us—you've found it. The dried herb coating and pilaf-style homemade stuffing recipe add old-world appeal to Thanksgiving's familiar center of attention.

Pear-Pecan Stuffing

Pears, pecans, and nutmeg combine for a festive holiday twist on an old-fashioned roast turkey stuffing. This Thanksgiving side-dish recipe is a sure success on any holiday menu.

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