Crock Pot Stuffing Barbaja W.

Total Time
5hrs 20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 5 hrs

Easy and needs no attention to stay moist for a long time. While guests eat casually on no schedule, like for an open house.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Saute butter onion parsley mushroom celery combine with other ingredients.
  2. Cook in covered crock pot on high for one hour and on low for 4 hours.
  3. Stays moist on low while guest come and go on no schedule, like for an open house or something.taste good. May use cornbread or plain stuffing.
Most Helpful

Excellent recipe! I am just sorry my photo isn't better, as I didn't get a chance to photo it until it had been in the crockpot a little too long. DH and I taste tested it after the 4 hours, it was OUTSTANDING. Dingy me though forgot to turn off the crockpot and it continued to cook... To me it was still very tasty. I didn't have any celery and mushrooms, so subbed in giblets. Also didn't have any parsley so doubled the poultry seasoning. Again - this is very yummy! Will make again, but be sure not to over cook it.

Color Guard Mom November 22, 2007

Everyone I had over for Thanksgiving loved this stuffing! I cut up the celery, onions and mushrooms (extra, extra mushrooms) and heated them with butter in the microwave, then I just added the mixture to the prepared stuffing. The stuffing I prepared turned out too wet, so I did not add the extra chicken broth. I made half of a recipe (2 boxes of stovetop, I love stovetop) and put it in a 3 qt crock pot. The crock pot was full. We were short 2 people this year, and there was only enough stuffing for one person to take home leftovers, next year I will have to make the full recipe and use a 6 qt crock pot. I have been regretting giving away the leftovers of this, but I have to keep reminding myself that it was easy to make, and I have all of the ingredients to make more…Yum!

Chef Patience November 28, 2005

I have made this recipe for the last 2 years, but never reviewed. My family loves it and I love more because it frees up space in the oven. Definitely a new family tradition.

mandabears May 02, 2004