I tried this today and loved it! I was lazy and used Kroger cornbread stuffing mix for the cornbread and 4 whole wheat hamburger buns for the bread. I had some dehydrated chopped onions and celery, and used that instead of fresh. I used the poultry seasoning and no added salt. I also threw in a couple of large cans of chopped, cooked chicken breast, rinsed and drained. It could easily pass as my family's usual holiday dressing! Thanks for such an easy and good recipe!
I totally love this dressing. It was a blessing to free up my oven on Thanksgiving and it tastes every bit as good as what I used to bake in the oven. I do add more celery. dried parsley and poultry seasoning along with the sage because it seemed a little bland for us. Otherwise, I follow the recipe exactly and it always comes out moist and delicious. Thanks Nimz for one of the best recipes I've ever found online!
I love,love thid recipe.It is so easy to make, even if you have to half the recipe it is easy !!!I make this at every holiday and usually every other month as well.It is so moist and tasty.Thank you for giving me such a great recipe.
Last year I drove three hours to spend Thanksgiving for relatives and they fed us Stovetop stuffing. This year I was determined not to miss the dressing. I knew their oven would be tied up so I found this recipe to use my crockpot. Followed the recipe exactly and everyone raved. They have asked that I bring it again next year. Thank you!
This was made in addition to a different stuffing used in turkey. Everyone said it was good, but I guess I prefer a drier, crunchy topped dressing. So, I baked the leftovers the next day and it was great. I will be making this again next year but will put in oven to brown and "crisp" after taking turkey out to rest. Thanks
I have made this many times now and just realized I never reviewed. This is a wonderful truly southern cornbread dressing! The only thing I do differently is to add fresh cracked pepper and lots of it. I finally (after 36 years of marriage) make a dressing my husband thoroughly loves. I do make my own cornbread from scratch, dressing should NOT be sweet. Thank you for posting this keeper!
My family wasn't very impressed with this and no one could really pinpoint why. I was really looking forward to trying out a stuffing/dressing from scratch this year for Christmas, but it didn't go over well. I threw all but maybe 1/20th of it. :( I followed the recipe exactly, so I don't really know why this was.
This tastes just like my dressing, and fit the bill perfectly, since I had absolutely no room in the oven for my dressing this year! I did put the dressing under the broiler for a little bit to crisp it up on the top, but thats just a personal preference for me. Loved this! I'll make this again, and I'll try it with the chopped up chicken too for a great meal after work. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for PRMR tag.
I've actually made this recipe twice in the last 4 days. I doubled the recipe both times. The first time it came out way too soupy. We ended up having to take it out of the crockpot and put it in the oven to dry it out. The second time I again doubled it but only used 6 eggs, 3 cans of soup and 3 cans of broth. Anyway, despite the problems I had with the first batch I must say that this is one of the easiest and most flavorful stuffings I've ever made and will definitely be making it again.l Thanks Nimz!
Easy and delicious!