2 Reviews

I made this recipe for Thanksgiving dinner after discovering it in our local paper. I used cornbread dressing mix, eliminated the egg and otherwise made as directed baking for individual servings in a muffin tin. I actually do like the apple in the dressing as it adds moisture to the dressing when baking it outside the turkey. Using an ice cream scoop made for a very easy way to fill the muffin cups. Thanks for posing!

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Bev December 04, 2008

Yummy, yummy, yummy! I made a fresh loaf of white bread to use in this, cut it into cubes and just threw it all together. I didn't have 8 cups of the bread as there is only three of us, so therefore, didn't use all the stock either. Didn't have celery, but added in a couple of tablespoons each of raisins and slivered almonds. I just put it into a baking dish and, because I made it earlier in the day, I cooked it for about 30 minutes, stirring it around every 10 minutes. It went great with Crispy Panko Pork Chops. This was my first attempt at making homemade stuffing (other than using a commercial bread cube) and I was very happy with the results. Thanks for a definite keeper!

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CulinaryQueen November 20, 2006
Apple and Onion Stuffing