It doesn’t have to be the holidays to use Stove Top stuffing for your family meals!
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You can use it with chicken, turkey, or even cornbread to create a meal that is delicious and fills up the whole family. You can still get the same great taste as if you were using homemade stuffing.
This list of 21 Stove Top stuffing recipes uses all kinds of ingredients like veggies, pasta, biscuits, and potatoes!
Even if you aren’t familiar with making stovetop stuffing recipes, these dishes will be easy to make and won’t take you much time at all.
These bites are packed full of flavor from not just the stuffing but also the other delicious ingredients you’ll add.
You can make these bites with almost any ingredients you want but they go best with a little garlic, thyme, sage, celery, and onions added to the mixture.
Because your stuffing already has a ton of flavor, these sausage stuffing bites will stay on your palette for days.
Just make enough for the whole party because they go quick.
This classic has been served around Thanksgiving tables in America for generations.
You’ve probably already tried your hand at a couple of recipes but if they haven’t worked out, this one is guaranteed to come out just like you remember as a kid.
You’ll have plenty of leftovers to pick on throughout the week and the best part is you don’t have to make it all from scratch.
You’ve probably never heard of an empanada with stuffing in the middle but its a dish you need to try as soon as possible.
Take your stuffing and other ingredients and mix them together. Put your final filling in the middle of your pastry dough and then fold them over to create the empanada shape.
You’ll know when they are done because they will reach a beautiful golden color on the outside.
What’s perfect about empanadas is they make the perfect shape for dipping into some gravy or cranberry sauce.
What do you do with all the leftover from your Thanksgiving celebration? Make it into a casserole of course!
There are several casseroles on this list and the chicken, broccoli, and stuffing casserole is perfect for trying some new and filled with flavor.
These ingredients can really be switched out for any leftovers you have lying around the fridge.
Even though you’re using leftovers, the dish will still taste fresh like you just picked up all the ingredients from the store.
You can still use fresh ingredients if you want to make this dish really stand out.
Everything tastes better with bacon wrapped around it and stuffing it no different.
If you’re looking for the best appetizer to go with your holiday meals then the bacon-wrapped stuffing bites are a perfect choice.
Each bite is portioned perfectly so you can have almost as many as you want without filling yourself up before the meal.
Once you get your stuffing into balls and wrap them in bacon it only takes about 20 minutes to cook in the oven.
They go perfectly by themselves but if you really want to take them to the next level, add some Thanksgiving gravy for dipping.
Using your stuffing mix is perfect for throwing together a quick dish because all the seasonings and flavors are added already.
Instead of buying a ton of new ingredients, all you need is some Ritz crackers, chicken broth, and cream of chicken soup.
Cook your ingredients together and throw it on a hoagie of your choice and enjoy!
Similar to the chicken cordon bleu casserole, this swiss cheese variation is just as good but without the flavors that turn some people off.
It’s a twist to the classic chicken casserole and its very easy to make so it won’t take you much time to get together.
All you’ll need is some water, butter, cream of chicken soup, and a lot of swiss cheese.
You can even add some more exotic cheeses if you want to elevate the dish a little.
This Stove Top stuffing recipe is filling and satiating. No one in the family will go hungry after this dish.
When the cheese starts to bubble up it means the dish is just about finished.
Instead of using plain old breadcrumbs to put in your meatballs, try using your flavorful stuffing.
Add it to your meatballs with your eggs, onion, ground beef, and water to have some of the best tasting meatballs you’ve never tried before.
Having the same appetizers for Thanksgiving or Christmas year after year can get old for the whole family.
If you haven’t tried making turkey and stuffing balls then you are in for a treat.
The stuffing gives the turkey more flavor and when used together it’s hard to stop eating.
Make a few extra so you and your family can enjoy with your leftovers throughout the week.
These stuffing balls are the best app for your holiday parties because guests will be able to taste the season.
Try them with a little gravy if you want the full holiday experience.
Meatloaf is already one of the easiest dishes to make because you stuff everything together and throw it in the oven.
But with Stove Top stuffing, your meatloaf can be prepped in under 10 minutes!
You can mix up the ingredients based on the leftovers you have ready or buy everything fresh to create a one-of-a-kind dish.
Tired of making the same old stuffing year after year?
You need to try this cranberry and pecan stuffing that will immediately transform your dish into something special.
Add some cranberries, pecans, celery, onions, and broth to get all the flavors possible from this Stove Top stuffing recipe.
You don’t even have to tell people you didn’t make it from scratch.
Much like the chicken broccoli casserole from earlier, this chicken stuffing casserole does without the broccoli but still taste just as good.
You can have this entire meal finished in less than an hour and it doesn’t even need that many ingredients.
Casseroles are perfect to whip up when you don’t have a lot of time to head to the store because you can throw a lot of what you already have around the home.
Throw your casserole in the oven and your family will be praising your skills an hour later.
Take your normal chicken stuffing to the next level by coating it in delicious gooey cheese.
Not many people are able to keep themselves to just one portion so you’ll need to make enough for everyone to have seconds.
You can even add your own veggies too if you want this dish to be more on the healthy side.
This is the perfect leftover dish to make when you’re tired from the holidays but still want a flavorful and satisfying meal.
Ground up your turkey and mix it with the stuffing to create a delicious burger that is healthier than beef and still seasoned just right.
Serve it up with the normal fries or try some sweet potato fries to give it a more fall feeling.
You’ll find when making this incredibly easy dish that you probably have most of the ingredients laying around the house already.
You can add everything together in about 10 minutes and then have a perfect cornbread dressing in just under an hour.
If you need a dish that will fill up the family but won’t drain all your energy, this should be your go-to dish.
How can you take a perfectly cooked porkchop and make it even better? By adding Stove Top stuffing to your dish!
This recipe doesn’t require a ton of ingredients so you can prep it and get it ready for the family in about half an hour.
You’ll want to open up the porkchops before cooking so you can stuff them with stovetop stuffing. You’ll pour over some creme of mushroom soup and then salt and pepper to your taste preference.
If you’ve never had chicken cordon bleu before then you are in for a treat!
The combination of Dijon mustard, swiss cheese, chicken, ham, and stuffing provides the perfect mouthful of tangy, sweet, and savory flavors.
The texture is beautiful too because the top has a nice hard crust while the middle is creamy, warm, and full of flavor.
The mix of meats and stuffing makes this dish feel like Thanksgiving all over again.
Having trouble getting your family to eat those veggies that aren’t common in other recipes?
This zucchini and stuffing casserole is packed with herbalicious flavors from the stuffing that your family won’t even be able to taste the zucchini.
You can add your own mix of ingredients to cater the dish to your preferences but you might need to make extra, because it will go fast.
Biscuits are a staple around holidays and as it turns out, they make the perfect vessel for your Stove Top stuffing.
Instead of having normal biscuits you could make any time of the year, try out this StoveTop stuffing recipe.
They are packed full of all the flavors that come in your stuffing, making these biscuits head and shoulders above the rest.
You can even throw in some cranberries if you want to match the holidays.
You might not immediately think of shells when you think of stovetop stuffing.
But they are a great way to use your boxes of stuffing to add a ton of flavor to your chicken shell dish.
The herbal stuffing flavor added to the cheesy and gooey shells gives it that extra kick that makes these shells to die for.
You can even add some mushrooms or other veggies to balance out your stuffed shells even more.
Instead of having a huge platter of mashed potatoes that people have to dig out of, make it nice and easy with these mashed potato stuffing bites!
They are perfect for parties because everyone can grab a piece without needing to get an entire plate.
These are an upgrade to hushpuppies because of their delicious mashed potato insides but what makes them even better is a light coating of Thanksgiving gravy.
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