Who ever said that stuffing had to be made with bread? Not us.
One basic recipe with endless ways to enjoy it — mix it with nuts, raisins, or fresh fruit for additional flavor.
Because basic doesn't have to be boring.
You've got your tofurkey ready. Now's time for stuffing (minus eggs and chicken broth).
On the subject of breakfast, let's talk bagels. Full permission to put them in your stuffing.
When you can't fathom the thought of sharing the stuffing, these individual portions with mashed-potato "frosting" are just the ticket. Bonus: Even your vegan and gluten-free friends can eat them.
OH. MY. DOUGH.
Anyone who said there's no room for kale on the Thanksgiving table clearly hasn't tried this stuffing.
Not only do you use an entire batch of cornbread for this baby, but the crunchy pecans and spicy cajun sausage will put some South in your mouth.
Serve the leftovers with a fried egg on top for breakfast. Your houseguests will love you.
Why put stuffing in the bird when you can put bird in the stuffing?
Buttery croissants are just begging to be part of your Thanksgiving spread.
If monkey bread is a staple at your house come holiday season, give it a refresh with rosemary focaccia.
Since this is made with bagels, we can eat it for breakfast, right?
It really doesn't get any better than this classic cornbread and sausage combo.
Carnivores, this is the one for you!
Lots of whole grains in this stuffing means you deserve maybe 2 or 3 slices of pie after.
Speaking of the South, how about putting cornbread and biscuits in your stuffing. Woah.
Free up some oven space for the turkey and all those other sides by making this fruity stuffing in the slow cooker. Genius.
How to fix sad, brown stuffing syndrome? With all the avo, of course.
Moist, buttery and full of good, good things like caramelized mushrooms, roasted squash, and Asiago cheese.
This festive fall dish is studded with fresh seasonal flavors and guaranteed to impress your guests.
All that's missing is the pastrami and we've officially made our favorite deli sandwich in stuffing form.
This spicy stuffing is a meal in itself — seriously, there are diced chicken tamales mixed in.
Want even more rich flavor? Assemble this stuffing on Tuesday night and pop it in the oven on Turkey Day.
Sufganiyot is a donut typically eaten around Hannukah, so this is perfect if you happen to be throwing a multi-holiday dinner (or just want to eat donuts as part of your meal).
Vegetarians, this uber cheesy, meat-free stuffing is for you.
For your Thanksgivukkah table, duh.
This recipe requires a little more prep since you need to make the beer bread in advance, but we're not complaining.